Monday, August 31, 2009


Woodstock Wasn’t All Peace And Love

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – It wasn’t all peace and love at Woodstock.

With the 40th anniversary of Woodstock bringing people together for tributes around the country, “Woodstock casualty” Marilyn Bruno wants to reveal the truth about the horrible effects free love had on her family at the iconic event in 1969.

Bruno, whose family owned property alongside the farm where the famous fest took place, recounts suffering terrible acts of vandalism, trespassing, and kidnapping perpetrated not only by crazed hippies, but even artists who performed.

Bruno says they’d break in to use the bathroom and shower, and even locked her brother in the back of a van after he tried to protect their home.

She says, “I have nothing but sad feelings when I remember Woodstock. By the end of the festival, our house had been trashed by invaders.”

For this reason, Bruno wants to bring to light the hypocrisy of the celebration of peace and love.

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