He had an absent, neglectful mother, and spent much of his youth and adolescence rotating between juvenile detention facilities, "uncles" homes, and schools for delinquent boys. He committed several violent crimes, was often caught, and raped young men while incarcerated. When he found haight-ashbury, he saw how young, naive, and eager to belong many of the youth were, and he used that as an opportunity that eventually resulted in the Tate-LaBianca murders. Anna O (real name bertha pappenhem) suffered a confined and restrictive life. After her father took ill with pleurisy (that proved fatal), she began to have a persistent cough and was diagnosed by Josef Breuer with a hysteria. (In a particularly iatrogenic turn of events), she developed pain, blurred visions, anesthesias, etc., followed by altered states and a split personality. She was then heavily drugged and treated by Brueur for 13 years--in which he claims she made a full recovery, but she actually grew worse the entire time, going in and out and sanitariums, etc. After several more years, she moved to frankfurt, and began writing and volunteering. Eventually, new occupational activities helped her enact a full recovery. At least four symptoms that progress to a peak within ten minutes, which can include heart palpitations, tachycardia, shaking, trembling, sweating, chest pain, shortness of breath, sensation of suffocating or choking, dizziness, numbness, tingling, chills, heat sensations, nausea, derealization or depersonalization, fear of losing control, and fear of dying.