Why you should check out the addictive 'Wild Wild Country'

Why you should check out the addictive 'Wild Wild Country'

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Wild Wild Country is the story of Rajneeshpuram, a commune established in rural Oregon in the 1980s by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. Over six episodes, filmmakers Chapman Way and Maclain Way interview Rajneesh’s followers, law enforcement officials, and residents of the tiny town of Antelope, Oregon right next to where this began. 

By most accounts, the story of the sannyasins (Rajneesh’s followers) sounds like any ’80s cult, but as the story unfolds it includes immigration fraud, criminal prosecution, and a sprinkling of biological warfare. 

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Source: Mashable | Why you should check out the addictive 'Wild Wild Country'

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