"That knock on the door hasn’t stopped resounding throughout the land, nor shall it in the foreseeable future. As long as it persists, of course, every user must keep his act low-key."
We were digging through one of our old Head Magazines, a classic from May 1978, and found this sweet Stashology article, right between the Coca Leaf Centerfold and the ‘latest dope prices’. Yes, Stashology is the science of stashing things, part of a grand tradition that we now honor with our Dad Stash decoy pack sleeves. Our forefathers at Head break down all of the cutting edge techniques (at least what was considered so back in the day) and offer up some of their hard-earned knowledge. So if you already have a Dad Stash and need some other spots for your odds and ends, perhaps you can try out some of theirs. We particularly like the ‘hollow heals’.
"That knock on the door hasn’t stopped resounding throughout the land, nor shall it in the foreseeable future. As long as it persists, of course, every user must keep his act low-key. He must also take all appropriate measures to lessen the amount of evidence that may be found in his possession.
Top priority must be given to knowing the whereabouts of one’s entire stash. Most places, it makes little difference whether you’re caught with 30 grams or 30 tons of weed…it’s still “possession with intent to sell,” and it’s punishable by the same amount of time. What good is it to hide or dispose of a couple of pounds—only to be busted with one-and-a-half ounces that were mislaid?
Remember also that police are trained to conduct meticulous searches, and that if they have a search warrant just about anything goes. You can bet they’ll check out the damndest places."
- C. Ray Angstrom (Head Magazine, May 1978)