I grew up in the 60s and spent most of my teenage years playing in rock-n-rolls groups and experimenting with hallucinogenic drugs. I attended college in several locations but after earning over 166 credit hours I never obtained a degree because I changed majors 8 times. Through several people I had known I came to work and live at the PTL property run by the Bakers in South Carolina. After the public downfall of the PTL organization I begin working in the computer field and wound up in a high paying corporate job. I spent 10 years with a major telecommunications company, but was eventually laid off and had to scramble to find work. After the millennium I built a computer service business but watched it fail during the economic downturn. In the most recent past I have lived in a camper at several national parks and on a friend’s property but have not really had a permanent address for at least the last 10 years of my life.
When you mention the 60s most people think hippies, drugs, sex, and rock-n-roll music. While those were a large part of it, there was a lot more to it than just fun and games. Take a short trip through the 60s from the eyes of a survivor who grew up in that era and see some of the inside experiences of the generation that wanted to change the world.
A PI with psychological training and computer skills teams up with a police lieutenant. He employs unofficial assistants to solve what evolves from obtaining information into possible murders. Together they uncover a plot to elect a puppet President controlled by a big time power broker.