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    Jim Jones
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The Jonestown Massacre book. Simply wonderful, Reverend Jim Jones! Your words ring true to the traitor of God you are! Enjoy being the first Reverend of Cocytus!

The Jonestown Massacre book. Simply wonderful, Reverend Jim Jones! Your words ring true to the traitor of God you are! Enjoy being the first Reverend of Cocytus!

Jim Jones had something called white nights where he tried to persuade the enemies were upon Jonestown. He would gather his people in the pavillion like normal

Jim Jones had something called white nights where he tried to persuade the enemies were upon Jonestown. He would gather his people in the pavillion like normal. It was the community center where they also gathered to eat and celebrate only hours ago with Congressman Leo Ryan, the press, and concerned family members. After Congressman Ryan had left to Port Kaituma to board one of many planes, he would be shot and killed by JOnes' army of men along with three reporters and a defector who was with Jones for twenty years

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The Jonestown massacre was merged with this page.

Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones, also called The Mad Messiah, is a 1980 television miniseries about the Peoples Temple led by Jim Jones, and their 1978 mass suicide at Jonestown. Based on the book by Charles A. Krause, entitled Guyana Massacre:.

The Jonestown Massacre: The Transcript of Reverend Jim Jones’ Last Speech, Guyana 1978. Marked For Death: My War With Jim Jones the Devil of Jonestown. North Charleston, South Carolina: CreativeSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015

The Jonestown Massacre: The Transcript of Reverend Jim Jones’ Last Speech, Guyana 1978. Introduction by Karl Eden. UK: Temple Press, 1993. North Charleston, South Carolina: CreativeSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015.

The Jonestown Massacre occurred on November 18, 1978, when more than 900 members of an American cult called the Peoples Temple died in a mass suicide-murder under the direction of their leader Jim Jones (1931-78). It took place at the so-called Jonestown settlement in the South American nation of Guyana. Jones had founded what became the Peoples Temple in Indiana in the 1950s, then relocated his congregation to California in the 1960s

900 cult members die in Rev Jim Jones's jungle camp. The sound quality on this recording is variable/poor.

900 cult members die in Rev Jim Jones's jungle camp. It was restored by the BBC in 2014. Last on. Sun 3 Dec 1978 09:15. BBC Radio 4. More episodes. Mid-term election, November 1978. See all episodes from Letter from America by Alistair Cooke.

They hated Jones and Jonestown. Jim Jones had promised that anyone who left Jonestown would be tracked down and killed. He’d spend hours pouring over books, looking for projects children could complete in a couple of hours. The press counted them as the most reliable sources. The second group consisted of those who had escaped the carnage at Jonestown. And yet, leaders of the organization had left in the midst of the suicides.

This new edition includes an introduction by Karl Eden putting events in Waco, Texas into context.

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This booklet has many typos and inaccuracies. You'd do better with "Dear People: Remembering Jonestown" edited by Denice Stephenson, which includes an accurate and unedited transcript of the audiotape made on the final day of Jonestown, as well as other fascinating writings from the Peoples Temple Collection at the California Historical Society.
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Jim Jones had something called white nights where he tried to persuade the enemies were upon Jonestown. He would gather his people in the pavillion like normal. It was the community center where they also gathered to eat and celebrate only hours ago with Congressman Leo Ryan, the press, and concerned family members. After Congressman Ryan had left to Port Kaituma to board one of many planes, he would be shot and killed by JOnes' army of men along with three reporters and a defector who was with Jones for twenty years. This transcript is complete but there are bad black and white photos in it. I still don't know what to make of Jonestown thirty years later. The speech is Jim Jones trying to get everybody to finally commit revolutionary suicide. For many in Jonestown, they thought it was another drill but it wasn't. This was the beginning of the end on the Saturday before Thanksgiving. Jones' had only one person to speak against the mass suicide and her name was Christine Miller. She was one of the many who was forced to take the poison.