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Storr takes part in encounter groups in California, grills a Benedictine monk cloistered at Pluscarden Abbey in Scotland, and gets academic psychologists to chat frankly about their work.
During the civil rights era, reporters in the South frequently encountered groups of people who threatened to harm them.
In the encounter groups that took place here (and still do, in a different form, an experience to which Storr subjects himself), people were provoked, often harshly, into screaming at imaginary parents and usually ended up berating each other.
He was especially appalled by the amount of psychological and physical violence prevalent in Rajneesh encounter groups.
In a 1978 issue of the German magazine Stern, a woman named Eva Renzi recounted her experiences in a Rajneesh encounter group.
And those excursions must have led them to encounter groups of H. sapiens or our close evolutionary relatives.
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