Albert "Bert" N. Stubblebine III is a retired Major General in the United States Army with an interest in parapsychology. In fact, he is a proponent of psychic warfare, and was himself involved in MKULTRA and U.S. military projects to create “a breed of 'super soldier'” who would “have the ability to become invisible at will and to walk through walls”. Stubblebine was apparently among the people who tried to walk through walls without noticeable success. In fact, Stubblebine was responsible for getting loads of money poured into what he claimed to be reasonable projects. He is currently heartily insane, but seems to have been batshit crazy even before he tried to walk through walls. For instance, he gave a “Lecture on Remote Viewing as a Research Tool” at the International Symposium on UFO Research in 1982 (you can find it here: “Technical Remote Viewing is the trained ability to acquire accurate direct knowledge of things and events – targets – distant in time or space, in the past, present, or future, while conscious awareness remains totally ‘blind’ to details about the target itself”). He is known to have arranged numerous “spoon-bending parties” (think Uri Geller). After an incident involving an officer who had a “psychotic episode” at the Monroe Institute, however, Stubblebine resigned as head of Army intelligence.
At least it got him a prominent place in the book (later movie) “Men Who Stare at Goats”. The title of the book comes from one of the talents Stubblebine hoped to inculcate in his “Warrior Monks”: the ability to kill goats by staring at them.
Stubblebine reappeared in the 2006 conspiracy flick “One Nation Under Siege” where he stated that a Boeing 757 airplane could not have crashed into The Pentagon 9/11. It is not clear that Stubblebine ability to judge whether something “could have taken place” is entirely to be trusted, however.
Stubblebine is also president of the Natural Solutions Foundation (which employed, among others, Thomas Cowles), which lobbies to establish legislation to limit the authority of the FDA to regulate herbal medicines. Natural Solutions Foundation was founded in 2005 by Stubblebine and Rima E. Laibow, a psychiatrist, who is still the Medical Director as well as Bert’s wife. In 2001 Laibow and colleagues established the Neurotherapy and Biofeedback Certification Board (NBCB) by combining the Biofeedback, Neuropathy, and Peak Performance Certification Boards. Laibow is the current President. They also have ties to the UFO movement.
Diagnosis: I guess one could make an argument that the world needs hapless, elderly men called “Albert Stubblebine” who are constantly befuddled by their failure to walk through solid walls – if for no other reason then at least in order to validate drunk-written children’s books. I'm not sure it would excuse their involvement in the Natural Solutions Foundation, however.