"One applicant not accepted was Crazy Paul, a spaced-out young man who had visions and who eventually found his way to New Buffalo. His membership, he was told, would be contingent on his taking a bath - something that evidently conflicted with Paul's principles. One member recalled that 'he stood there looking up at the shower head for hours.' Then, without turning it on, he left the community."
This is a quote from 'Getting back together' by Robert Hourier. One of my favourite books about the sixties.
Link to Amazon.com use this link to see the book details on amazon.com and if you are brave you can order a secondhand copy from the USA. (not usually a problem though)