The FBI classifies them as a gang. Pop culture has a field day with ridiculing them. But Juggalos and Juggalettes (followers of the Detroit-based rap duo The Insane Clown Posse) aren't going away. In fact, each summer, The Gathering of the Juggalos takes place in rural Illinois, drawing crowds of 10,000 from all over the world.
On this episode of the Here Be Monsters Podcast, Director Sean Dunne speaks of the bizzare culture of The Gathering where he found a system of mutual respect and "practicing what you preach" in every aspect from religious tolerance to settling bad drug deals.
NOTE: this episode frankly discusses Juggaloism. Therefore, there's a lot of profanity in here.
The Documentary that Sean Dunne directed is called American Juggalo and is available for free, online at americanjuggalo.com/
Also, Sean is currently working on a documentary about the Oxycontin abuse epidemic taking place in West Virginia. The film is called Oxyana: oxyana.com/
So, what is the the true nature of a Juggalo? Let us know what you think.
Music this week from The Black Spot and Lucky Dragons.
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Sean Dunne, Director of "American Juggalo"