Along with the book Choke, Jon Hall also let me borrow "Hell's Angel's" by Hunter S. Thompson. This guy had lived one crazy life and not to mention he also went out with quite a bang (really, I didn't mean for that to be a pun). Thompson wrote about how the Hell's Angels went from a California outlaw biker group to becoming a group of rapists and tyrants among the cities of America. It happened Labor Day weekend 1964, the weekend they all meet north of Big Sur to reunite and party with other members throughout the state. What happened that weekend would make them famous for being rumbling savages looking for young woman to gang bang. At least, that's how the media, the state, and law enforcement made it out to seem. Thompson is going to tell us a different story.
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