I watched the Bonus disc associated with the dvd Sybil. I found the bonus disc very interesting, but not as interesting as the main dvd. Apparently the psychiatrist, Dr. Wilbur, was a very flamboyant person. I saw the original version of Sybil, starring Sally Field and Joanne Woodward.
Apparently the real Sybil died in 1998 of cancer. Her real name was Shirley Mason. She was born in Dodge Center, Minnesota in 1923. As an adult she was an art professor at Rio Grande College. Hundreds of her paintings have been sold. A bunch of her art work has been collected into a dvd display.
Picture of the real Sybil, Shirley Mason (below)
(cover half of the face and look; then cover the other half of her face and who do you see?)
Artwork of Sybil (Shirley Mason)
Dove In Flight (below)
Unnamed crayon drawing by Sybil or Shirley Mason (below)
Blue Is the Color of Love, by Sybil or Shirley Mason (below)
Here is one website about Sybil's work:https://www.sybil.biz/store/
Another website is by the friend of Sybil (Nancy):http://www.sybilsfriend.com/
A new movie about Sybil has been released in 2006 in a 2-dvd set. It stars Jessica Lange as Dr. Wilbur and Tammy Blanchard as Sybil.
Wikipedia lists the personalities of Sybil. The surname has been changed because while she was alive her anonymity had to be protected. The list of personalities is also given in the beginning of the book Sybil
Sybil's psychiatrist is written up in Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornelia_B._Wilbur
Dr. Wilbur died in 1992. She was professor of psychiatry at University of Lexington in KY.
More of Sybil's art is at:http://www.sybilsfriend.com/shirleysart.htm
There are a bunch of other websites showing Sybil's artwork and some letters.
A good article on DID is found in Wikipedia:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dissociative_identity_disorder