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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    Dead bodies lie around the compound of the People's Temple cult, Nov. 18, 1978, after the over 900 members of the cult, led by Reverend Jim Jones, died from drinking cyanide-laced Kool-Aid.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    Bodies lie behind a tub of cyanide-laced punch, Nov. 18, 1978, in Jonestown, Guyana.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    Bottles of poison which belonged to members of the Peoples Temple cult, who participated in a mass suicide, 1978, Jonestown, Guyana.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    Bodies are strewn around the Jonestown Commune in Guyana where more than 900 members of the People's Temple committed suicide in November 1978.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    Dead bodies lie in the compound of the People's Temple cult, Nov. 18, 1978, in Jonestown, Guyana after over 900 members of the cult, led by Reverend Jim Jones, died from drinking cyanide-laced Kool-Aid.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    Dead bodies lie around the compound of the People's Temple cult, Nov. 18, 1978, after the over 900 members of the cult, led by Reverend Jim Jones, died from drinking cyanide-laced Kool-Aid.
    David Hume Kennerly/Getty Images
  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    Bodies lie in a bedroom at the compound of the People's Temple cult, Nov. 18, 1978, in Jonestown, Guyana.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    A parrot, one of the only survivors of Jonestown, looks down at dead bodies at the compound of the People's Temple cult, Nov. 18, 1978, in Jonestown, Guyana after over 900 members of the cult, led by Reverend Jim Jones, died from drinking cyanide-laced Kool-Aid.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    People lie on the ground dead from being forced to commit suicide by the direction of Rev. Jim Jones.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    U.S. military personnel place bodies in coffins at the airport in Georgetown, Guyana after 900 members of the People's Temple committed suicide in Jonestown, Guyana in Nov. 1978.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    The Reverend Jim Jones' body lies on the ground (on planks) along with his followers at the compound of the People's Temple cult, Nov.18, 1978, in Jonestown, Guyana.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    Jim Jones, founder of the Peoples Temple sect, is shown in this November 1978 photo in Jonestown, Guyana.
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  • Jonestown Massacre Anniversary

    The FBI released this note found on the body of dead cult leader Jim Jones but said it had not been able to determine who wrote it, Nov. 27, 1978, Washington, D.C. A source said the note appeared to be written by a close follower of Jones, endorsing the mass suicide decision.
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