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Happy Trails to High Weirdness: A Conspiracy Theorist's Tour Guide

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No matter where you go, there THEY are. "Crackpot Historian" Adam Gorightly is your ultimate Conspiracy Tour Guide to THEIR nefarious plans for humanity.

HAPPY TRAILS TO HIGH WEIRDNESS is his precise roadmap to the People, Places, & Parapolitics that make up the scenery of bizarre destinations in & around California and the ever-odd Great Southwest weirdscape.

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Paperback, 282 pages
Published March 26th 2012 by Createspace (first published March 12th 2012)
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Lanie
Mar 14, 2016 Lanie rated it did not like it
Mr Gorightly travels around California and finds weird things.

This book is a series of previously published articles and transcriptions of podcasts, etc. Unfortunately as the author tends to talk about the same subjects in the same words. This gives a sense of deja vu, as though you are reading the same paragraph time and again. What seems amusing the first time round quickly becomes dull.

Writing from the perspective of a counter-culture 'merry prankster', Gorightly's mocking tone makes it diffi
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American author focussing on pananormal topics and conspiracy theories.

Gorightly has proclaimed himself to be a "crackpot historian" articles of him have been published in several underground magazines.
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