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Sunday, May 13, 2007

History we'd soon forget: 'Hippies'

In the film, former hippie activist Roz Payne, now a gray-haired grandmotherly figure living in New Hampshire, talks about Woodstock and how she and others sneaked up to the security fence on Yasgur's Farm and cut it so thousands could get into the concert grounds without paying.

She notes that she still has the original blueprints of the site. Oddly enough, she looks into the camera and says, "I'll sell them to you for $100."

Express-Times (New Jersey)

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