A true story about Corry being nearly beaten to death in a torture ridden nail-biting adventure of a 1960's Hippie Prince in the brutal hands of "The Rednecks.
True story about Corry nearly beaten to death in a tortured nail-biting adventure of a 1960's Hippie Prince in the brutal hands of "The Rednecks.
A true story about Corry nearly beaten to death in a tortured nail-biting adventure of a 1960's Hippie Prince in the brutal hands of "The Rednecks. A minute by minute description of Corry being overwhelmed by his spirit visitations. What the spirits make clear is his life is in danger. They communicate fear. Corry starts his 100-mile drive from Atlanta, Georgia to get back to his mothers home where he thinks he will find safety. On the way, he entered a rural Georgia, Deep South, Redneck village and stopped by the cops. They beat and brutalize him on the roadside as people drive by shouting "Kill the damn Hippie." The cops discover a big bag of marijuana searching Corry's Hippie Van on the roadside.
The story gives descriptions of the jail he is thrown into unconscious and minute to minute details of three days of fierce beatings by half-dozen Redneck Cops. Corry ends up in a coma and nearly dies, and that is how the adventure begins. Feel Corry's despair of being blinded by repeated point-blank pepper spray, Mace, into his burning tormented eyes day after day. Details of the boots and clubs were breaking his helpless body. Feel his fear of being shot as the cops play games with their guns and Corry is wounded.
Follow the rescue and coming out of over a week in a coma. Corry awakens tied by hands and feet to a hospital bed. Feel the peril Corry feels being labeled a Drug Dealer and the possible life sentence that can go with it in 1960's Georgia laws.
The story begins. About 250 pages of a paperback you don't want to put down.
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