In 1969, John Keel contemplated writing a history of stag movies. It wasn’t meant as a serious history, and he didn’t plan to put his name on it. Instead, he planned a sort of satire of the industry, and of the late ’60s growing permissiveness, using screenplays for imaginary films, However, he ran into trouble with the idea, and, as he said, “I had created a Frankenstein. Instead of writing a funny book about dirty movies I found myself writing a dirty book about funny movies.”
He sent an intriguing letter to his agent, Knox Burger, about the project, and a sample of one of the phony screenplays. I suppose I’ll post them on another page. There are no pictures, but he does talk about dirty movies, and somebody may be in a workplace that would find it NSFW.