YouTube personality Logan Paul has purchased a famous California home.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Paul has bought Fobes Ranch, once home to the late psychologist and counterculture figure Timothy Leary, who helped popularize the 1960s catchphrase, "turn on, tune in, drop out" and advocated the use of LSD.
The L.A. Times says Paul, who's 24, paid $1,000,001 (yes, a million and one dollars) for the home.
He also owns an estate in Encino, California, purchased in 2017 for $6.55 million.
The Chronicle notes that Leary and his followers, The Brotherhood of Eternal Love, ran "an LSD operation" at the ranch in the 1960s.
"The ranch became a compound where a machine popped out LSD tablets called Orange Sunshine," the newspaper notes.