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Kentucky Ayahuasca TV series about Campbellsville healer

By Cheryl Truman, Lexington Herald Leader

"Kentucky Ayahuasca," a TV show that explores the administration of a controversial hallucinogenic drug via a shamanic healer based in Campbellsville, will debut Nov. 28, 2018 on the Viceland network.

The 10-episode show follows Steve Hupp, "a former serial bank robber whose life was changed when a robbery went wrong and he found himself sharing a prison cell with a Peruvian shaman named Guadalupe who upon release, introduced him to the healing potential of Ayahuasca," a press release from the Viceland network states. "Now, Hupp and his family have opened a church deep in the Bible Belt of Kentucky, attracting people from far and wide seeking enlightenment, salvation or healing from any number of afflictions from depression and PTSD, to recovery from emotional or physical abuse and addictions of all kinds."

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