Rajneeshees in Oregon: 25 years after the collapse of Rancho Rajneesh - 2011-04-16

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F26.png Rajneeshees in Oregon: 25 years after the collapse of Rancho Rajneesh April 16, 2011, The Oregonian

The tale is stranger than fiction.

Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, a guru from India, gathered 2,000 followers at a remote eastern Oregon ranch. Arriving in search of enlightenment, the Rajneeshees became a political and social force that collided with traditional Oregon.

Ultimately, the conflict led to attempted murder, global manhunts and prison time.

Twenty-five years later, long-secret government files and now-talkative participants make it clear that things were far worse at Rancho Rajneesh than many realized.


{{cite news | title = Rajneeshees in Oregon: 25 years after the collapse of Rancho Rajneesh | url = http://www.oregonlive.com/pacific-northwest-news/index.ssf/2011/04/rajneeshees_in_oregon_25_years_after_the_collapse_of_rancho_rajneesh.html | work = The Oregonian | date = April 16, 2011 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}