James Warren Jones (May 13, 1931 – November 18, 1978) was an American religious cult leader who initiated and was responsible for a mass suicide and mass murder in Jonestown, Guyana.
Destructive cults The People’s Temple, led by James Warren (Jim) Jones. Sponsored link. Background of the Peoples Temple: This was a Christian destructive, doomsday cult founded and led by James Warren Jones (1931-1978).
Jim Jones was the cult leader of the Peoples Temple who led more than 900 followers in a mass suicide known as the Jonestown Massacre. Learn more at Biography.com.
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Reverend James Warren “Jim” Jones was the founder and leader of the Peoples Temple, a cult infamous for the mass murder-suicide of over 900 of its members in a Guyana jungle compound informally known as "Jonestown" on November 18, 1978.
2018 Edgar Award Finalist—Best Fact Crime “A thoroughly readable, thoroughly chilling account of a brilliant con man and his all-too vulnerable prey” (The Boston Globe)—the definitive story of preacher Jim Jones, who was responsible for the Jonestown Massacre, the largest murder-suicide in American history, by the New York Times
Apr 10, 2017 · Four decades of fanaticism, terrorism and light-speed media exposure to and victimization haven’t dulled the horrors of November 1978, when Jim Jones and more than 900 of his followers — along with California U.S. Rep. Leo Ryan — died in a jungle colony in Guyana. To this day
Jim Jones. AKA James Warren Jones. Led mass People’s Temple suicide. Birthplace: Crete, IN Location of death: Jonestown, Guyana Cause of death: Suicide Remains: Cremated (ashes .  Killed by a single gunshot fired at Jones’ orders. man: James Thurman Jones …
Nov 13, 2008 · The key to understanding the tragedy that was Jonestown lies in the oratory skills of the Peoples Temple founder, Jim Jones.
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