- Category : Politics-Nazi-party
- Type : PM
- Profile : 4/6 - Opportunistic / Role Model
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX The Four Ways 3
American leader of the U.S. Nazi party in 1979. Collin was the force behind the most famous incident in the group’s history when, in 1977, they staged a march through a largely Jewish neighborhood in Skokie, Illinois, an area inhabited by many Holocaust survivors.
Collin was born in Chicago, Illinois. His father was Max Simon Collin (formerly Cohn or Cohen), a Jew, who was a major impact on his son’s life. Interviewed on television by a psychiatrist during his "neo-Nazi" period, Collin was opinionated, arrogant and confrontational and seemed consumed by a hatred for his father.
Described by Johansson and Percy in their book, "Outing: Shattering the Conspiracy of Silence," as a homosexual pederast, Collin was arrested in 1979, "for taking indecent liberties with boys between ages 10 and 14." He was sentenced to seven years in prison. Upon his release after three years, Collin reinvented himself, stating he was "a changed man." He became a published author, writing under the pseudonym "Frank Joseph," and a witch. His articles on topics such as Atlantis and sacred sites around the world appeared in national magazines like "Fate," and in the late ’80s, he released his first book, "The Destruction of Atlantis." In the early ’90s, he left Chicago and relocated to Minnesota, where he released "Atlantis in Wisconsin," during 1995.