“Wild Wild Country” is a Wild Ride

Oregon was a temporary home for an Indian guru and his followers

I had lived in Oregon for five years and came up with my own theories as to why it seemed to have a strange aura. In 2018, the Netflix docuseries “Wild Wild Country” was released. I watched it and thought, Oh this makes a lot of sense. If you are not aware of this piece of history, I encourage you…

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Pop your popcorn. Pour your soda. And maybe hide under your covers. No genre is out of bounds for this reviewer.

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