Albert Walker is an indica-leaning strain made popular at Grateful Dead concerts during the 1980s and 1990s. Although the lineage and original breeder of this strain remain unknown, Albert Walker is thought to hail from the Pacific Northwest. Some sources believe that this strain descends from Afghani Skunk, which is supported by Albert Walker’s distinct aroma of sour lemon and skunk. Upon consumption of Albert Walker, a powerful flavor of lemon washes over consumers, leading to what is commonly described as relaxing and mood-elevating effects. A clone-only strain that is relatively hard to find, Albert Walker is also said to be a difficult plant to grow, requiring heavy feeding but eventually leading to high yields. Following an eight-week flowering period, growers should expect to harvest high yields of airy, cone-shaped buds with amber-colored hairs and sandy trichomes. Albert Walker, Albert Johnson Walker to be exact, is also the name of a Canadian man who assumed the identity of and murdered his English business partner Ronald Platt. Many movies and books were produced about Albert Walker’s criminal endeavors, but there is no proof the strain was actually named after him.