New Scientology 'castle' has 'bizarre' training routines - 2011-09-29

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F0.png New Scientology 'castle' has 'bizarre' training routines September 29, 2011, Blair Shiff, KUSA

A new promotional video for a private boarding school in rural Oregon called the "Delphian School" popped up online recently. The Daily - a newspaper for the iPad only - calls it a "real-world Hogwarts."

The 800-acre "castle" on a hill costs $42,000 a year.

The school's promotional video goes on to talk about student life and extracurricular activities.

But The Daily points out the ad forgets to mention one thing. Scientology's founder L. Ron Hubbard came up with the teaching methodology and ethics code, and some former students say their experience was bizarre.

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{{cite news | first = Blair | last = Shiff | title = New Scientology 'castle' has 'bizarre' training routines | url = | work = KUSA | date = September 29, 2011 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}