When you think of the history of psychedelic drugs, you are likely to think of Cambridge, Massachusetts, home of Harvard professor Timothy Leary. Or of San Francisco, where psychedelic culture and music reached its zenith in the 1960s. Or perhaps of the American Southwest, where Native Americans used peyote in ritual ceremonies for generations. You are unlikely to think of Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Yet this flat, rural, prairie province of Canada was home to much of the early research into drugs such as LSD and mescaline. It’s a fascinating tale, brought to life in a new graphic history entitled “Wonder Drug: LSD in the Land of Living Skies.” Author Hugh D.A. Goldring and nicole marie burton joined Monday host Brian Standing.