There's this story about these four students, back in the 70's (I believe). They reported to the gates of a phychiatric ward claiming they were crazy, just to see what'd happen. They went individually, though on the same day. One student was questioned and walked out after a short interview with a psychiatrist. One student was kept (for observation, I believe) for about 2 weeks, after which he was declared sane once again. Two students were kept at a closed ward... for about 2,5 years, at which time it transpired that the students weren't insane to begin with and found themselves in a joke turned terribly bad. It took the original student to tell the psychiatrists that they were friends and reported themselves to the institution "for fun". It is also said that their situation worsened over time, indicating they actually became crazy in the ward... When this came out, the psychiatric world was shocked by this incident. They promised themselves to "pay more attention"... but there is, of course, no guarantee of this never happening again... Now, know yourself a bit and share with us: Would you be let out after the initial interview or would you be kept there untill your family would be asked to collect your corpse at the back door?