ILLINOIS: In The Name of the Law

Herbert Giglotto, 29, and his wife Evelyn, 28, had gone to bed early. Suddenly the sounds of splintering wood and shouting men jolted them awake. Giglotto jumped up and headed in the direction of the noise. At the top of the stairs, he recalls now, he saw "four or five long-haired men with guns" rushing toward him. "I looked at my wife and said 'My God, we're dead. The hippies have come to kill us.' "

But the shabbily dressed invaders were not the young rock freaks who had recently occupied the house next door on Arrowhead Drive in Collinsville, Ill.,...

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