1966 – Bob Dylan is injured in a motorcycle accident near his Woodstock, N.Y., home; he goes into seclusion.
Bob Dylan crashes his motorcycle in Woodstock, N.Y. The incident immediately passes into myth, with many wondering if Dylan was hurt at all or simply used the accident to disappear from public life. Middletown Hospital admits him with a concussion and broken neck vertebrae. Dylan continues to suffer from paralysis and mild amnesia for the next month.