2 thoughts on “Weird Summer Reads”

  1. The mystic, trippy sixties and early seventies certainly left spooky wreckage in the backyard of my psychedelic experiences : strange and darkly disturbing encounters with, to be frank, supernatural entities.
    Experiences of both an individual kind, and of other group occurrences.
    That time has left me with the memories of unusual events that l have been unable to fully understand and resolve.
    Light and dark both had their characteristic spirits firing their salvos into the altered psyches of weekend Hippies.
    The book looks very interesting.
    It’s on my list to read.
    A great post, Mark.

    1. Thanks, Geoff. Your response prompts me to post some of my own inexplicable experiences. Might get round to that.

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