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December 4, 2014

Folks who wore hair that long usually tended to tend it with appropriate maintenance.
Not Dean.
His was a mangy mop of frizzy tan-to-sandy-brown locks usually tied in some semblance of a ponytail.

At first blush, one who saw Dean would be either afraid of him or just plain suspicious; he looked so bedraggled as to even evoke pity or some spare change.
In a very real sense, he was a Greenwich Village or Haight-Ashbury '60's throwback .

In addition to his hippy-ish appearance, he also looked aged well beyond his years, with deep lines etching his bone-dry facial skin.