Driving to the Darkness: Splinter's Journey Through the 1960'S
Driving To The Darkness is a story of the 1960's about Splinters and Boomer in a decade of an asian war, anti war protests, assassinations in the country, civil rights, pot smoking and wonderful rock 'n roll music that the twins collected and listened to endlessly. It begins with the calm of the early sixties and a young president being elected to office. It shows the violence and near civil war that followed, as the psyche of the country became damaged from President Kennedy's killing to other killings and violence. The decade was also the emergence of incredible singers and songwriters, Bob Dylan and The Beatles. The intensity and fury of life in America became frightening on a national and a personal level.
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1969 Splinters Ain’t album Americal Division American anti war protestors August Ayfer Baby Beach Boys Beatles became best car Bob Dylan Bobbers Bobby Boomer and Splinters bought campus Chevrolet Chevy Chrysler Chu Lai Chuck Berry Conny and Boomer Corvair Dad’s dance Desoto drove Everly Brothers friends girlfriend going Grundy guitar Hey Jude Hey Jude party Hollywood huge hit Indian Lake Jaguar XK150 Jerry June killed laughed listened love song March marijuana Martin Luther King Mom’s Motown night Norm November number one song Ohio Patsy Cline popular President Johnson psychedelic sound records released rhythm n blues Righteous Brothers rock n roll Rolling Stones rooming house Sharon Tate singer singing South Vietnam Splinter’s favorite Splinters agreed Splinters and Boomer Splinters began Splinters felt Splinters knew Splinters loved Splinters thought Splinters told Splinters wondered summer Triumph TR3A troops twins Vietnamese voice Volkswagen wanted weekend Woman Worthington