The local bar in Monte Rio. Once frequented by Bohemian Grove members it since shut down.
The bar that featured in Clint Eastwood’s movie ‘True Crime’. Due to Eastwood, being a prominent Grove member the Washoe House has since become a stopping place for members enroute to the encampment,
An opening within Redwood forest in Occidental.
The hotel where Alex Jones & Mike Hanson stayed in 1998 before breaking in to the grove. They later went on to release a documentary titled ‘Dark Secrets: Inside Bohemian Grove’.
The Phantom Patriot was the name taken by Richard McCaslin of Carson City, Nevada, who, on January 19, 2002, attempted an attack on the Bohemian Grove after viewing Alex Jones’ documentary. He was imprisoned in California for 8 years. He now resides in Nevada and has a super hero base in his backyard which he refers to as the ‘Protectorate Outpost’.
Nan, a Monte Rio local whose daily hike follows the outskirts of the Grove.
The private carpark of the Grove as seen from a public pathway.
Caviar packaging found on the beach side of Bohemian Grove.
Greg Fernandez, who after seeing Alex Jones’ documentary took it upon himself to bare witness to the Grove every year. He continues to upload videos of people entering the Grove every year.
Bohemian Grove is a restricted 2,700-acre redwood forest located in Monte Rio, California, belonging to a private San Francisco–based gentlemen's club known as the Bohemian Club. In mid-July each year, Bohemian Grove hosts a more than two-week encampment of some of the most prominent men in the world. It is within this private area that the Manhattan Project was first developed. The most notable being the Bush Family, Nixon, Reagan.
Mary Moore, 82, was a founding member of the Bohemian Grove Action Network who've been protesting the occupation of the Grove for the last 31 years.
Bohemian Grove viewing platform offers a vantage point overlooking the Russian River.
The Russian River, a southward-flowing river that passes alongside the Bohemian Grove in Northern California.