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Ken Kesey

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Author Ken Kesey stands next to his original bus, called Furthur, at his farm near Pleasant Hill, Oregon, April 2000 Oregon Country Fair, Ken Kesey, Timothy Leary, Tom Wolfe, Pleasant Hill, Beat Generation, Bus Life, Menlo Park, University Of Oregon

Ken Kesey's Furthur bus on new trip - to restoration

[...] half a century later, Ken Kesey's psychedelic bus, with its quixotic name "Furthur,"...

speakingparts: “ Ken Kesey and Neal Cassady talk to people at the Merry Pranksters’ Acid Test Graduation. 31 Oct The Warehouse, Harriet Street, San Francisco, California, USA from the exhibition ANGELHEADED HIPSTERS: images of the beat. James Agee, William Carlos Williams, Ken Kesey, Tom Wolfe, William Faulkner, Beat Generation, Jack Kerouac, Retro Pop, Albert Camus

Tripping on Acid with Tom Wolfe, Kesey & the Merry Pranksters | Literary Journalism / Feature Writing

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Keskey, 1962 Jack Nicholson Movie Tie-In Edition Book Cover A Ken Kesey, Mind Numbing, Book Jacket, Jack Nicholson, Book Cover Art, First Novel, Nest, Novels, Electric Shock

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Keskey Jack | Etsy

One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Keskey, Movie Tie-In Edition

Ken and Faye Kesey, "Atlantis Rising" Ano Nuevo, CA 1970 - Photo by Jerry de Wilde Atlantis, Ken Kesey, Morrison Hotel, Happy Hippie, Father Daughter, Artist Names, Summer Of Love, Woodstock, Photographic Prints

Ken and Faye Kesey, "Atlantis Rising", Año Nuevo, CA 1970

Ken and Faye Kesey, "Atlantis Rising", Año Nuevo, CA 1970 © Jerry de Wilde

Electric Kool-Aid Cuckoo’s Bus: Go further with Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters Hippie Man, Happy Hippie, Hippie Love, Hippie Style, Hippie Vibes, Hippie Chick, Hippie Gypsy, Gypsy Soul, Bohemian Style

Electric Kool-Aid Cuckoo’s Bus: Go further with Ken Kesey and his Merry Pranksters

In 1964 Ken Kesey published Sometimes a Great Notion, the follow-up to his smash novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest; in order to meet certain obligations in New York City, Kesey decided to use a psychedelically-painted school bus as his means of getting there from the West Coast. The bus, of course, was called Further or, if you were in the mood, Furthur. It was all a great romantic quest to make known the benefits of LSD, at a time when the drug was not illegal in the United States (that…

Wouldn't it be great to go back in time and catch a ride on the Further Bus with Ken Kesey and The Merry Pranksters? Clique na foto para garantir livros da Beat Generation. Beat Generation, Writers And Poets, Writers Write, Book Writer, Book Authors, Ken Kesey, Jack Kerouac, Playwright, Mixed Martial Arts

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Ken Kesey, American novelist and counter-culture hero - died, age 66, this day in 2001 following liver surgery… “I’d rather be a lightning rod than a seismograph.” — K.K. as quoted by Tom Wolfe in The...

Ken Kesey, Chet Helms, possibly some Merry Pranksters Rock N Roll, Ken Kesey, Louisiana Bayou, Beat Generation, Bus Travel, Retro Pop, Beatnik, California Dreamin', Back In The Day

Ken Kesey’s Pranksters Take to the Big Screen

It took an Oscar-winning director to make sense of the drug-addled footage shot by the author and his Merry Pranksters

Ken Kesey, a novelist, short story writer; famous for One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Ken Kesey, Literary Travel, Beat Generation, Story Writer, Writers And Poets, People Of Interest, Guys And Girls, Historical Photos, Cool Cats

Ken Kesey with the help of his merry pranksters left his truck on a cliff near Eureka with an elaborate suicide note. His friends then smuggled him to Mexico where he remained for eight months. On his return to the United States, he was arrested and sent to jail for five months.

The Book that Launched Psychedelic Counterculture Kool Aid, Ken Kesey, Woodstock Ny, Acid Trip, Beat Generation, Magic School Bus, Happy Hippie, Bus Ride, New People

Ken Kesey's Furthur bus on new trip - to restoration

[...] half a century later, Ken Kesey's psychedelic bus, with its quixotic name "Furthur,"...

~Ken Kesey - Author of "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest", leader of the Merry Pranksters in the early to mid that pioneered the Hippie movement, he experimented with LSD and other drugs during what he called "Acid Tests" ~* Old School Bus, Ken Kesey, Hippie Movement, Beat Generation, Portrait Images, Portraits, Gloomy Day, Beatnik, Important People

Ken Kesey (1935-2001) - Find A Grave Memorial

Acclaimed Writer. He was the author who broke onto the literary scene with One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. In 1964 he rode cross-country in an old school bus named Furthur with his Merry Pranksters, an odyssey documented in Tom Wolfe's The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test. Kesey was given a memorial service in Eugene,...

Bill Murray, Ken Kesey & crew - Clyde Keller's prints of his own original photography of seventies icons Ken Kesey, Dangerous Minds, South Of The Border, Bill Murray, Beatnik, Double Take, Comedians, Photo S, Fine Art Prints

That time Bill Murray interviewed William S. Burroughs on Ken Kesey’s farm

Bill Murray, Ken Kesey, and the video crew at the First Perennial Poetic Hoo-Haw, 1976 (photo by Clyde Keller) “Everybody with his fucking hand out,” William S. Burroughs slurs, deep in his cups. He and Bill Murray are discussing the custom of bribing officials when traveling south of the border. Murray calculates how much it will cost to keep things friendly in TJ. “We figure we’d buy off everybody in Tijuana, just give ‘em two dollars every time they came by.” Burroughs shakes his head…