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Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid: the Jonestown Massacre

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Don’t Drink the Kool-Aid: the Jonestown Massacre

On November 18, 1978,  followers of the People’s Temple in Jonestown, Guyana took part in an act of “Revolutionary Suicide” at the urging of their leader, Jim Jones.
This week we tell the story of the rise of Jim Jones and the People’s Temple that ultimately lead to over 900 deaths – 300 of which were children.

Photos, Credits, and Sources:

Jim Jones' sons recall Jonestown massacre, describe cult leader's drug  addiction in new doc | Fox News
Jim Jones
Off-Ramp® | Listening to the voices silenced by the Jonestown Massacre |  89.3 KPCC
Jonestown: Rebuilding my life after surviving the massacre - BBC News
Jonestown Compound
People's Temple Massacre: Welcome to Jonestown | The Unredacted
Op-Ed: Jonestown victims drew public scorn, but now we know the story of  their betrayal - Los Angeles Times
Mass Suicide at Jonestown - HISTORY
The Aftermath of the Massacre
Jonestown survivors look back, 40 years later
Dateline NBC' looks at Jim Jones and the Jonestown Massacre
An apocalyptic cult, 900 dead: remembering the Jonestown massacre, 40 years  on | World news | The Guardian
Articles written by Jim Jones’s son

Final Sermon of Jim Jones.
WARNING: Triggering and difficult.
This is the real recording that was done during the event.

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