|Date of Birth||unknown|
|Location||Haight-Ashbury in the 1960's|
|Books appeared in||Dreams Underfoot — "Uncle Dobbin's Parrot Fair"|
Books and Stories Appears In Edit
Greg Longman is a man who, in the late sixties—the Summer of Love—told Ellen Brady that he could see the Balloon Men when he did drugs.
Wears a dirty white T-shirt with a peace symbol, scuffed plastic thongs bell-bottomed jeans. His long blonde hair was tied back, his features were thin and drawn-out from too much time on the streets with too little to eat, or from too much dope.
Musician — descant recorder
Residence Location Edit
Haight-Ashbury area of San Francisco, in the late 1960's. In the room, up on the third floor of a house that no one lived in except for runaways and street people. Jasmine incense cones burned on a battered windowsill, the scent laying over an old musty smell, there was an old iron bed with a mattress had rust-colored stains on it.
- Greg had a descant recorder sticking up from the waist of his bell-bottomed jeans at a forty-five degree.
Connections (characters, places) Edit
|Ellen Brady||hippie at that time||squat-mate||they lived together in Haight-Ashbury, 1960's|
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