The Daily Telegraph in Australia reports that John Lennon’s lost LSD stash—the one he buried like psychedelic pirate treasure after the Beatles “gave up drugs” in 1967—has been located. Unfortunately, all the acid has dried up and so now you will never know what Tomorrow Never Knows.
John Lennon’s lost LSD stash found? Builders working in the garden at John Lennon’s former home reportedly find his lost LSD stash.
Lennon is said to have buried the stash – contained in a series of glass bottles – just before The Beatles‘ transcendental meditation trips to India in 1967, in a bid to renounce drugs.
Beatles fans believe that they have found John Lennon’s ‘LSD stash’, which was hidden by the legendary pop star in the grounds of his Surrey home in 1967.
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As was widely reported yesterday, John Lennon’s long-lost acoustic Gibson J-160E acoustic-electric guitar, which he used while recording the Beatles’ Please Please Me and With the Beatles albums, sold for a record-shattering $2.41 million Saturday during a live Julien’s auction.
By Meena Kar Kenwood, England, Apr 24, (THAINDIAN NEWS) John Lennon’s secret stash of LSD that Beatles Legend claims he had buried in his garden decades ago before leaving for India to learn meditation, has been reportedly found by a group of Beatles fans.
John Lennon’s Lost Molar George Harrison’s dentist who, perhaps like Quinn the Eskimo, first introduced the two Beatles, and their wives, to LSD when he added the drug into their coffee cups during a dinner party (Strawberry Fields Forever). From Lennon’s Tooth to a Lennon.
On what would have been Lennon’s 70th birthday in 2010, the John Lennon Peace Monument was unveiled in Chavasse Park, Liverpool, by Cynthia and Julian Lennon. The sculpture, entitled Peace & Harmony, exhibits peace symbols and carries the inscription «Peace on Earth for the Conservation of Life · In Honour of John Lennon 1940–1980».
Resting place: Ashes scattered in Central Park, New York City
Feb 01, 2011 · «Beatles fans claim that a bag full of broken bottles found buried in John Lennon’s backyard contain the remains of the singer’s hidden LSD stash.
Oct 03, 2012 · Maybe it’s new to most of you too. Supposedly, around April of 2010, a construction company was working on the property where Lennon lived between 1964 and 1968 and found a bag containing what they assume is John’s old LSD. It’s probably complete bollocks, but it would be fascinating if true.
I was reading a bit Philip Normans book on John Lennon and it seems like from 1966 to around 1968-1969 Lennon used acid quite heavily, much more
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The acoustic guitar John Lennon used to record early Beatles hits like «Love Me Do» is estimated to fetch over $600,000 at auction. John Lennon’s Guitar, Lost for 50 Years, Hits Auction Block