Diogenes Lantern Works
‘The Bonus Page’

Hey you found it!!!, the OFFICIAL line on the Denver Dog story.......

Did that man tell you to stop?

 

By definition, Hippies were Out-Laws—not supposed to ever get involved political. However....THE TELEIDOSCOPIC COLLAGE was the sometimes Denver Underground newspaper published by John Chick and other local True Believers in the repressive red-neck realm of the Rockies.

How on Earth did this survive?

The Denver Underground - 1967

 

Police and Media informed the public almost daily that the Diogenes lightshow was a sacrilege—a pro-drugs anti-religion abomination who's sole purpose was to seduce their children to take LSD.

That explains the questionable theme of "addiction" in this rare surviving memorabilia
"3.2 hippie hangouts" is a reference to the power of Coors Beer over all Entertainment
venues. Our counter-culture refusal to sell alcohol actually earned us a few bomb threats!

From some infantile inspiration, this mea culpa article was printed upside down.
It's been flipped over here for your viewing convenience.

 

Pulitzer Prize material, this..

 

In that issue's feature article, another writer justified our lightshow this way:
(note how even our own Hippie publication put all counter-culture buzzwords in "quotes", just like today's mainstream Media says: "it is alleged...")

 

Another editoral justifying our existence

 

 

SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE?
 
well, maybe—with YOUR help? If you DO help
get this movie made, i can almost guarantee
you will help build my Dream Light Machine!

 

 

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