Fifty years later and post-Scientology, 60's band People! aims for a comeback - 2018-05-02

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F347.png Fifty years later and post-Scientology, 60's band People! aims for a comeback May 2, 2018, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

For Geoff Levin, the final thing holding him back came tumbling down a few weeks ago: His daughter, Savannah, 21, informed him that she no longer wanted to be a part of his life.

Last July, his son, Colinn, 24, had "disconnected" from him in the Scientology way. And now that news of Geoff's disaffection from the church was gradually spreading to more and more people, he heard from "Sav," who told him to stop calling and texting her.

Trying to preserve his relationships with his children was one of the things that had kept Levin from being more public with his disaffection. He'd actually fallen out with Scientology a couple of years before. But like so many, he'd gone along "under the radar," hoping to avoid the kind of breakups from family and friends that were now occurring.

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{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = Fifty years later and post-Scientology, 60's band People! aims for a comeback | url = https://tonyortega.org/2018/05/02/fifty-years-later-and-finally-all-post-scientology-60s-band-people-aims-for-a-comeback/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = May 2, 2018 | accessdate = May 2, 2018 }}