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The Church in the Darkness will explore the Jonestown disaster on PS4
Over 900 people, a third of them children, died of cyanide poisoning in Jonestown on November 18, 1978.
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Jim Jones' cult was officially titled the Peoples Temple Agricultural Project and began in Indianapolis before moving onto Los Angeles and San Francisco, eventually creating the unofficially titled “Jonestown” settlement in Guyana.
Both sides drink the Kool-Aid
They were all fiercely loyal to their cult leader, Jim Jones, and on his orders, took their own lives by drinking a fruit beverage laced with cyanide. That incident ... Throughout history, it has killed far more than those 900 Jonestown victims.
Muslims, H-Bombs and Environmentalists: What Will Bring Peace?
"We all came here for peace," said Christine to her friend Jim, at the communist experiment called Jonestown. "I tried to give it to you," replied Rev. Jim Jones, before serving cyanide-laced Kool-Aid.

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