Inveterate gnashnab & snoutband
Two auditors from London Org went to Flag at different times for training while Hubbard was there and both came back looking shell-shocked and confused. Ultimately they both blew scientology, and what happened at Flag had much to do with it IMO.This sounds right to me.
There was a member of public at my org in the UK who had been in Scientology for about 15 years when he decided to join staff. He paid for the FEBC and went to Flag to get trained so he could become a productive staff member. After a few weeks he blew from Flag and from his local org and from Scientology. I met him a few years later and he said it was the Flag experience that woke him up.
Actually, I only knew two other people from my org who went to Flag. One of them came back saying the flag staff were "nuts" and the other was so traumatised she refused to speak about her time there. So much for Scientology's "Mecca".
Neither of them said very much about what they saw while they were away, but I could tell that all was not well as they were both close friends of mine. With hindsight that's not really surprising since they were witnessing elderly people being thrown over the side of the ship into the filthy water in the harbour.