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Jonestown

Two macaws perch on a fence in Jonestown, where over 900 members of the People's Temple Cult committed mass suicide.

Jonestown mass-suicide/mass murder- November 18, 1978: The Peoples Temple "cult leader" Jim Jones convinced 909 Temple members to commit a mass suicide in Jonestown, Guyana. Over 200 children were murdered at Jonestown by being forced to drink cyanide by the Temples "highest members."

This is the picture that bothered me the most, even more than the ones of rotting corpses. Jonestown Massacre. On November 18, 1978 912 followers of American cult leader Jim Jones ("Peoples Temple") died in a remote South American jungle compound called "Jonestown" in British Guyana.

November 18, 1978 – In Jonestown, Guyana, Jim Jones led his Peoples Temple cult to a mass murder-suicide that claimed 918 lives in all, 909 of them in Jonestown itself, including over 270 children. Congressman Leo J. Ryan is murdered by members of the Peoples Temple hours earlier.

Peoples Temple - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Jim Jones and Jonestown. 916 people in a cult drank poison and died together. this event is where the famous line "dont drink the kool aid" comes from

On November 18, 1978 912 followers of American cult leader Jim Jones ("Peoples Temple") died in a remote South American jungle compound called "Jonestown" in British Guyana. Some members were shot, others were forced to drink poison, but most willingly participated in what Jones said was an act of "revolutionary suicide."

Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones

Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones (TV Movie 1980)

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Jim Jones Fear-Based Obedience The Boyt 6 Tee in White by Comune (S)

The Boyt 6 Tee in White

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On November 18, 1978 912 followers of American cult leader Jim Jones ("Peoples Temple") died in a remote South American jungle compound called "Jonestown" in British Guyana. Some members were shot, others were forced to drink poison, but most willingly participated in what Jones said was an act of "revolutionary suicide."