Vice profiles Arthur Uther Pendragon, a UK biker-turned-druid who is best known for forcing the British Government to allow public access to the Stonehenge during the Solstice holidays. Arthur’s case was heard at the European Court of Human Rights, and it is thanks to him that over 20,000 people – ‘around one third tourists, one third pilled-up teenagers in sportswear, and one third neo-druids’ – come to party in and around the ancient monument each summer.”

(Coilhouse.)

“I will tell you something else, King, which may be a surprise for you. It will not happen for hundreds of years, but both of us are to come back.”

T.H. White, The Once and Future King
Vice profiles Arthur Uther Pendragon, a UK biker-turned-druid who is best known for forcing the British Government to allow public access to the Stonehenge during the Solstice holidays. Arthur’s case was heard at the European Court of Human Rights, and it is thanks to him that over 20,000 people – ‘around one third tourists, one third pilled-up teenagers in sportswear, and one third neo-druids’ – come to party in and around the ancient monument each summer.”

(Coilhouse.)

“I will tell you something else, King, which may be a surprise for you. It will not happen for hundreds of years, but both of us are to come back.”

T.H. White, The Once and Future King