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The Sons called themselves a social club, a fraternity, a secret society. They were a gang. They got away with the deception because they didn’t fit your typical image of a gang. In 1977, that word conjured up images of Hell’s Angels or poor kids from a bad neighborhood a la the Jets and the Sharks or S. E. Hinton’s Outsiders; thugs who wore dirty denim and leather proudly emblazoned with the name of their organization; boys who came across so tough you crossed the street to avoid crossing paths. On the contrary, the Sons weren’t from one neighborhood or even one school. They weren’t the outcasts, they were the rock stars. From outward appearances they were polite, upper middle class, intelligent young men who had successfully navigated the horrors of high school and adolescence. Every guy wanted to be one, every girl wanted to date one. It was how they lured you in. Waxer was in.