For All or For None:
The 1978 Skokie Nazi Rally (that didn't happen)


The years since the Skokie debacle have not treated Frank Collin well. In 1980, he was arrested and convicted for hiring underage boys and molesting them. Upon his release from prison in 1983, he proclaimed that he was finished with Neo-Nazism and vanished into obscurity. Shortly thereafter he returned to the public eye, apparently this time as a believer in bizarre theories concerning history and archaeology. Today, he splits his time diving in lakes in Wisconsin observing strange rocks that he claims are connected to the pyramids and wearing a “Thor's necklace” and espousing bizarre witch-like theories. In 1994, at age 50, he was still living with his parents.


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