Isolation Station: Solitary Confinement and Sensory Deprivation

It’s a global coronavirus lockdown, and with it comes a look into the lives of people who are far more isolated than you and I.

From the effects of longterm loneliness on the body to the impacts of sensory deprivation on the mind, this episode explores the concept of isolation from angles other than us all collectively sitting in our apartments.

Learn about feral people, Briton’s most infamous prisoner Charles Bronson, the man who invented the deprivation tank, and more.

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