Spaced-Out – Baby's Final LSD Trip

80 Pages

You don’t have to be Jewish to empathize with “Baby,” a 10-year-old boy who, salivating over a comic book containing titillating panels of Wonder Woman’s breasts, learns his GI father has been killed during a World War 2 battle.

This shocking news, as well as learning about the Nazi extermination of Six Million Jews, converts the now-adult Baby’s quest for comfort into a path resulting in alcohol, LSD and murder. However, his drug-induced euphoria continues to haunt this search for love. Wherever he goes realistic visions of Nazis constantly follow him.

Judith, an editor of a singles dating magazine, rescues Baby from the streets of New York City, nurturing him in an attempt to unlock his fantasies and return him to reality. But by doing so, Baby’s paranoia and guilt are accentuated.

How would you react if you were thrown into a miraculous "ripped from the headlines event”? Baby and Judith become participants in that world-shattering event and nearly learn the truth. But what is that truth?

Read “Spaced-Out: Baby’s Final LSD Trip,” now; a novella thriller with historical overtones that you will definitely want to finish in one sitting.

Written by Ohio State Bar Association award-winning journalist and former NBC News editor Don Canaan, he and associate Tessa Osborne merge you directly into Baby’s mind, an abyss where you experience his life, his desires, and his hurts.

Don Canaan

About Don Canaan (The Villages, Florida Author)

Don Canaan

Don Canaan went from a Bronx tenement to success in television news film, immigration to Israel, return to the U.S. and print journalism. He edited news film and documentaries for NBC News in New York, and in 1974 immigrated to Israel as part of a group planning to settle Yamit in the Sinai.

Upon returning to the U.S Canaan became an unemployment statistic because news film had been superseded by videotape. The Ohio State University's School of Journalism came to the rescue with an offer to earn a master's degree while serving as an assistant in its TV news workshop.

Then Canaan was hired as staff writer, copy editor and photographer for The American Israelite where he enterprised many stories. His series, "Jews in Ohio's Prisons: Does Anybody Care?" won first place for best weekly journalism in Ohio from the State of Ohio Bar Association.