>>Damn! That's not fair! I've never hallucinated!!!
I guess I should give in to drugs... But, then, hallucinating has to be overrated.
If you want hallucinations that are reminiscent of sleep-dep. (and believe me, you don't), you'd want to take an anti-cholinergic deleriant. This class of drugs includes drammamine (in bennedryl), doxylamine (in unisom), and the deadly datura plant. The hallucinations are typically of mundane occurences and cannot easily be identified as real or fake. You could, for example, end up starting a conversation with a friend of yours only to have him or her disappear when you look away. Note that I do not advocate the use of this class of drugs for they are physiologically dangerous at doses not much higher than the hallucinotory threshold. Also, it should be noted that the hallucinations caused by this class of drugs bear little resemblance to the illusions encountered on typical psychedelics such as lsd. Psychedelic illusions typically consist of shifting, fractalloid patterns appearing out of randomness, color-shifting, spacial distortion, etc., and can easily be identified as fake at reasonable doses.
ebola, taking the humor out of another post.