- Feb. 28, 2012 -
This guy really lays out his life and innermost parts holding nothing back except the depths of the shame that comes with a path that goes from debauchery to redemption. The actions of a wild and slightly disturbed young man could be just about anything. Living life on the edge then pushing it over just because you can could leave a few victims along the way. Or are we all victims? Before the nation was tamed the rebel still had room to roam and there were those who were primal. That's right, we're talkin' about the '70's. A decade of decadence where just about anything could fly. The experiment that would determine how far we could go and how much we could get away with. There were those who had a blast and then there were the ones who lived for the blast. Looking for all the kicks that the world could give and wanting them all at one time. From the midst of the noise, find out what it means for a person to ride out the lifestyle as far as one could, taking it past the point of no return, then rejoin the living once again. In this true story written entirely from real life experiences, prepare to be shocked, mystified and enlightened. Try to forget what you think you know about the spiritual for a time because you just might find the supernatural occurrences described here to be undeniably compelling. Anyone who makes the kind of claims made here would have to be either crazy or right. This is for you to decide.
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