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Hell's Angels: A Strange and Terrible Saga Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22 Summary

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Chapter 22 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 22 concludes the text. During the winter of 1965 activities of the Hell's Angels slowed down, as they always do in inclement weather. Many of the Hell's Angels that Thompson knew moved or lost activity in the motorcycle club. Barger spent time in prison. Terry the Tramp was divorced and suffered serious burns. Thompson himself drew away and began writing the book. His last noted significant contact with a massed group of Hell's Angels was to attend a funeral of an important local leader who had died in a road accident. The procession to the funeral home was solemn and dignified. The preacher at the funeral was direct and confrontational, stating that God wouldn't tolerate sin and that every Hell's Angel would eventually die. After the funeral the crowd dispersed noisily. Although Thompson stopped spending large amounts of time with the Hell's Angels he did continue...

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