#85 A Page from the Diary of Leonard Featherstone, A Man Whose Tale Will Never be Told

Once the medication kicked in, I found myself more controlled. The anxiety, depression and fits of rage abated somewhat.

The initial side effects were unpleasant, but not unexpected. After a while, I became used to them.

There was one though that I didn’t expect, nor could I develop tolerance.

When startled, even slightly, I would physically feel like I had been electrocuted.

Internally I would spasm, convulse, jerk and shake.

Externally, nothing apparent happened.

It was as though my brain perceived the body to be doing something it wasn’t actually doing.

That’s when I began to suspect something was awry.

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