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The Jonestown Massacre also remains the only time in history in which a U.S. congressman (Leo Ryan) was killed in the line of duty. Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple Jim Jones, his wife, and their adopted children.

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Jonestown massacre | History, Facts, Jim Jones

Jonestown massacre. Jonestown massacre, (November 18, 1978), mass murder-suicide of members of the California -based Peoples Temple cult at the behest of their charismatic but paranoid leader, Jim Jones, in Jonestown agricultural commune, Guyana. The death toll exceeded 900, including some 300 age 17 and under,

Jonestown Massacre: What You Should Know About Cult Murder

Jonestown Massacre took place under direction of cult leader Jim Jones, in which 909 members of the Peoples Temple died by murder-suicide in 1978.

40 years after the Jonestown massacre: Jim Jones

Jim Jones Jr., recalled life with his father, Peoples Temple leader Jim Jones, on ABC’s “Truth and Lies: Jonestown – Paradise Lost.” The Peoples Temple was a ministry of Jim Jones’ own devising.

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Jim Jones. In 1978, media reports surfaced that human rights abuses were taking place in the Peoples Temple in Jonestown. United States Congressman Leo Ryan led a delegation into the commune to investigate what was going on; Ryan and others were murdered by gunfire while boarding a …

Cause of death: Suicide by gunshot wound to the head

How Jim Jones led massacre victims to ‘drink the Kool-Aid’

Apr 10, 2017 · How Jim Jones led massacre victims to ‘drink the Kool-Aid’. Jones took their money, their hopes, and led them like some Bay Area Elvis. It wasn’t long before he was adrift in drugs and extramarital sex with the women he preached to — unapologetic, unpredictable, performing fake faith healings and promising salvation.

Jim Jones – Son, Movies & Documentaries – Biography

Feb 22, 2017 · Born on May 13, 1931, in Crete (near Lynn), Indiana, Jim Jones was a notorious cult leader. As the self-proclaimed messiah of the Peoples Temple religious cult, Jones promised his followers utopia if they followed him. On November 18, 1978, in what became known as the Jonestown Massacre, Jones led more than 900 men,

Born: May 13, 1931

Jonestown Massacre: How 918 people followed a cult leader

When they finally counted the bodies after what would become known as the Jonestown massacre of 18 November 1978, the total came to 918, of whom 304 were children. They had been persuaded to …

Jonestown Massacre Documentary – YouTube

Feb 28, 2009 · Jonestown Massacre Documentary Lizzy Lee. Loading Unsubscribe from Lizzy Lee? Jonestown Part 1: Who was the Peoples Temple leader Jim Jones? – Duration: 11:36.

‘Dateline NBC’ looks at Jim Jones and the Jonestown Massacre

‘Dateline NBC’ takes an in-depth look at Jim Jones and the Jonestown Massacre. Jim Jones used his People’s Temple Church for his madness and greed ending in mass suicide at Jonestown in Guyana.

Jonestown Mass Suicide: Revisiting The Cult That Ended

Apr 04, 2017 · It began as charismatic preacher Jim Jones’ attempt to build a socialist utopia, but it ended with the deaths of more than 900 people in a remote settlement in Guyana known as Jonestown.

The Jonestown Massacre | HuffPost

Nov 18, 2015 · The Jonestown Massacre. On November 18, 1978, at the direction of charismatic cult leader Jim Jones, 909 members of the People’s Temple died, all but two from apparent cyanide poisoning, in a “revolutionary suicide.” They included over 200 murdered children. The poisonings in Jonestown followed the murder of five others,