Tim Carter, Peoples Temple Member: That’s when I noticed that there were armed guards that had kind of taken positions up around the pavilion. And Jones happened to be coming out of his room and he said, “Hi Tim, how are you doing? And that role represented power over the lives of your congregation. We didn’t commit suicide. There were people who were packing their belongings and leaving their homes — with virtually no explanation to their family members as to where they were going or why they were going. Connie Roundebush Joyce Shaw-Houston, Peoples Temple Member: It’s kind of like when you get married and you have this ideal. They see Christ in me, a hope of glory. Jane Powell So it was through that that she met Jim Jones, and came back saying that he had invited her to church this next Sunday. But if it’s so damned bad, why is he leaving his son here? -Jim Jones, founder, Peoples Temple. Tim Reiterman, Journalist: Those of us in the news media viewed Congressman Ryan as a form of protection, a shield of the United States. Jim Jones attracted a large following to his Peoples Temple through sermons on tolerance, social responsibility and community. All I wanted to do was see my wife and my son. Stephen Sung, Sound Technician: We flew in sometime in the afternoon, about 6pm. He yelled, “Oh [expletive].” He said he got — he got shot. “There are two kinds of people in the world — people who love Jesus and people who don’t,” says one of the mothers in Jesus Camp, about why she’s chosen to enroll her children in a program that turns them into God’s soldiers. Deborah Layton, Peoples Temple Member, Author, Seductive Poison: The membership increased substantially as he procured more and more Greyhound buses and fixed them up, and every summer he began this cross-country tour. Everybody ran toward the plane, on this side of plane. By Christmas, I will be gone.”. Laura Johnston Kohl, Peoples Temple Member: And then Sunday, we’d have a Sunday morning service and then around one o’clock hop on the buses, drive up, drop people off in San Francisco, and drive up to Redwood Valley. Jimmy's looks dope though, seen a couple clips. Jim was often away working on road crews, leaving Lynetta isolated and lonely in Crete. Watch Documentary. The Occult. USC, School of Cinema-Television, David Gottlieb and Jim Ruxin I would never have imagined that twenty-four hours later, those people would be dead. Without our pastor, Jim Jones, to teach me the right way, I would not be in college right now. And we would be enthusiastic. Rebecca Moore, Relative of Peoples Temple Member: The Concerned Relatives promptedFCC investigation of Peoples Temple. Performed by the Sterling Jubilee Singers Jim Jones, founder of the Peoples Temple sect, in Jonestown in November 1978. Phillip Klum, Jigsaw Sound, NYC, Colorist Jim Jones Jr. lost his wife, unborn child, sister, two brothers, four nephews, niece, mother and father. Tim Carter, Peoples Temple Member: Immediately, the whole vibe changed. Jackie Speier, Aide to Congressman Leo Ryan: Congressman Ryan was unique in the political sphere. It was loud. The racial integration became self-fulfilling at some point; the congregation itself became the draw. Hue Fortson Jr., Peoples Temple Member: I never had any dreams of Jonestown until this one dream came. Mike Touchette, Peoples Temple Member: When I first went into Jonestown, it was just a footpath in the rainforest. Jonestown: Paradise Lost is a 2007 documentary television film on the History Channel about the final days of Jonestown, the Peoples Temple, and Jim Jones.From eyewitness and survivor accounts, the program recreates the last week before the mass murder-suicide on November 18, 1978. Not that we’ve ever heard of cult members skipping off into the sunset, but seriously, why can’t cults ever have a happy ending? You’re not taking my kids! Mike Touchette lost his mother, sister, brother, uncle, and grandfather. Jim Jones (archival): Now my home is stone block and there’s not a piece of new furniture in it. And I’ll say this about November 18th, I felt I’d lost a family and I knew I’d lost my children. There were animals to be taken care of. Woman (archival): You bring those kids back here! Vernon Gosney, Peoples Temple Member: There was a lot of preparation for Congressman Ryan’s visit. Some leading scientists say, “We have to have euthanasia.” Oh, no. I was sent backstage in Los Angeles to — to get something for somebody, I don’t remember what. If I really wanted to I’m — I’m free to go, if I really wanted to. Tim Carter, Peoples Temple Member (archival): I have never been so totally happy or fulfilled in my life. And just right when I got ready to reach to touch his head, he pulled the bag up like this. I would never have imagined that 24 hours later, they would all be dead. Jim Jones (archival): The world is like a human family. I was there the afternoon that Edith drove away. Quickly! The man was Jim Jones, the cult leader who ordered 918 people to kill themselves in Jonestown, Guyana. This would be the place to implement the dream of racial equality. You ought to just take off your clothes and show him what you got. They were well looked after. It was emotional. And I can tell you right now, that from the few conversations I’ve had with some of the folks here already this evening, that whatever these comments are — there are some people here who believe that this is the best thing they’ve ever had in their whole lives. In his new documentary … I’m thinking, “Where did all of these [expletive] guns come from?”. Glenn Fukushima Male Peoples Temple Member (archival): Would you do it? They come and go all the time. Jim Jones (archival): Rice, black-eyed peas, Kool-Aid. People didn’t look at Jim as being white. Jim Jones (archival, subtitles): I agree, Christine Miller, Peoples Temple Member (archival, subtitles): You know…. Elspeth Domville Rev. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, FSA/OWI Collection So when you were full-time Temple, you worked about twenty hours a day. On-screen text: 909 Peoples Temple members died at Jonestown. Deborah Layton, Peoples Temple Member, Author, Seductive Poison: In Jonestown, there was a speaker system and only Jim spoke on it. We lie flat on the tarmac at that moment. By this time, her face is red, her body’s almost red from embarrassment, and I noticed something. I couldn’t say goodbye to my son or my husband because at that point, it was like the Gestapo — the families were turning in each other. We came and there was this strange man in her house, and her husband wasn’t there. Tim Carter, Peoples Temple Member: Literally, out of nowhere, this storm came blowing in. Bryan Kravitz, Peoples Temple Member: He was there for three evenings, and the third evening I went off on the bus and came to California. Jim Jones (archival): He’s the one that I’m just talking about. Where? The story goes that I was crying real loud and it drew attention for Marceline to come over, and once she picked me up, I stopped crying. What’s your impression now? You can’t describe it. Composed by John. While working as a hospital orderly, Jones met Marceline Baldwin, a nursing student, and they married in 1949. Jordan Vilchez, Peoples Temple member And that’s beautiful. Congressman Leo Ryan (archival): I think that all of you know that I am here to find out more about — questions have been raised about your operation here. And we will all die, right here in the church, together as one.” The women were just screaming, “Oh no, my baby, my baby,” and others just sat there. I could see myself in Jonestown walking, and when I looked to my left, there was my son. The True Jim Jones Documentary Jimmy has so much swagger this movie has to be pure fucking gold. As you see me as your father, I’ll be your father.” He said, “If you see me as your God, I’ll be your God.”. To run through the basics, Jones convinced his followers to build a new society with him in Guyana, which eventually ended up in the deaths of a staggering 909 people, after he instructed his followers to drink Kool-Aid laced with cyanide. Jim Jones (archival): Well, then be seated and shut your mouth and don’t be in my face anymore. Phyllis Wilmore Zimmerman, childhood friend of Jim Jones, Special Thanks Neva Sly Hargrave, Peoples Temple Member: I had welts really bad, and when I went to work the next day, one of my employees noticed the welts when I sat down. Incredibly, Jones’s son Stephen was away at the time and thus survived — he and other survivors stories serve as grim testimony to what was the biggest single loss of American life pre-9/11. Let all the story of this Peoples Temple be told.”. It is really nice. Jim Jones Jr., Peoples Temple Member: And he was kind of left to his own devices. Eugene and June Cordell, Personal Collection Composed by George M. Cohan Patricia Ryan, Personal Collection What more do you suggest? There were many reasons for many people to admire, love, excuse, overlook much of what Jim did. We have different containers surrounding the place — we couldn’t go through all of the tremendous inventory they built up. We saw this beautiful sign, “Welcome to Jonestown.”. Stephan Jones and Jim Jones Jr., the surviving son of Jim Jones, tell all in a new documentary about the Jonestown massacre. Tim Carter, Peoples Temple Member: I have a conscious memory of sitting there, thinking to myself, “This is wrong.” And I didn’t do a damned thing to stand up and say, “This is wrong.”. I said this is got to be a perfect way to live. She died in my arms, man. The Temple was burned down and had to be rebuilt. Reach the fingers out that are bothering you. Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh relocated his followers there in the 80s in search of enlightenment and utopia, but in episode one we’re already being told by the FBI that the move resulted in the largest poisoning case in the USA (amongst other truly awful things). Lionel Wedekind And there was a sort of feeling that smaller groups — neighborhood groups, activist groups — had a bigger chance. Scott Kardel, Project Administration 7 months ago. Man (archival, subtitles): Christine, your life has been extended to today. There were too many poor people out there. “But it is very clear that the kids — something like 250 people who were under eighteen – were all murdered.” Stanley Clayton, one of the few who escaped alive, clearly states his opinion in the film: “That man was killin’ us.”, Teleplay by Buddhafield were fantastically 80s, frolicking in Hawaii’s water in tight, neon swimwear. A documentary on the 40th anniversary of the largest murder suicide in american history, when over 900 members of the peoples temple consumed a deadly cyanide laced drink on the orders of leader jim jones; interviews with jones' two surviving sons. Jim Jones’ Sons Speak Out in ABC’s 40th Anniversary Jonestown Documentary On November 18, 1978, 909 members of the Peoples Temple living in the Jonestown settlement in Guyana consumed a deadly, cyanide-laced drink. Kool-aid —. Wait until I tell you what I went through.”. Fielding McGehee, Relative of Peoples Temple Member: Eventually, the rhetoric ratchets up enough that she is shouted down. Watch Documentary. Reporter (archival): Last night, someone came and passed me this note. Jim Jones Jr., Peoples Temple Member: I was the first Negro child adopted by a Caucasian family in the state of Indiana. And that’s the kind of religious thing that I am excited about, and have some respect for. I would be free to go. Five people were killed on the airstrip. Hue Fortson Jr., Peoples Temple Member: I remember one night, one of the brothers had stood up and said, “You know, I think everybody that wants Father to [expletive] them in the butt, you need to take an enema first.” I’m telling you the truth man, I’m telling you the truth. Had nothing to do with revolutionary suicide, nothing to do about making a [expletive] statement, it was just senseless waste, senseless waste and death. The documentary depicted the story of Jim Jones and his followers of “People’s Temple”. Joyce Shaw-Houston, Peoples Temple Member: The longest I ever stayed awake was six days, and that’s with no coffee, no nothing. Joyce Shaw-Houston, Peoples Temple Member: Jim said that all of us were homosexuals, everyone except — he was the only heterosexual on the planet. And she died in my arms. I just beg you, please leave us. I certainly do. They wanted them to feel that there was an outside world — that Jones was wrong about telling people they could never leave the church, and that they would be treated badly in the real world. Well, I slept an hour-and-a-half.”. Kristine Kravitz, Peoples Temple member In 1972 Leo Ryan was elected to the United States Congress from California’s 11th District. Mary Leggett, M’s Bed and Breakfast Laura Johnston Kohl, Peoples Temple Member: We had no other radio or T.V. Jim Jones (archival): Move forward. Stanley Clayton, Peoples Temple Member: I ain’t never used the term “suicide,” and I’m not gonna never use the term “suicide.” That man killed — was killing us. Ted ‘Black Lightning’ Patrick started an anti-cult crusade in the 1970s, at times snatching cult members so they could be forcibly mentally reprogrammed, with the help of friends and family, into non-cultists. Jackie Speier, Aide to Congressman Leo Ryan: When word got out that people were leaving, all hell broke out. We had Indians in front of us with machetes, and we had Indians behind us with machetes. Some people do. You bring them back! In 1978 over 900 people died in the largest mass murder-suicide in history. I don’t know what kind of games people like. Claire Janaro, Peoples Temple Member: I would be up jumping in the balcony and clapping my hands. He continues his college education, while the wife works in nursing. But ya The Game has a doc, and Jadakiss. It was very sad, but it wasn’t a death march. I was an alcoholic. I’m not going to let you do this alone.”, Marshall Kilduff, Journalist: I finally heard from some ex-members who heard I was interested in writing a story about the Temple for New West magazine, and they took a chance. Tim Carter, Peoples Temple Member: Congressman Ryan was directly across from me, and I saw this Temple member walk up behind him — and he was actually crying and shaking — and all of a sudden, he pulled out this knife and said, “All right, [expletive], you’re gonna die.” We all jumped on him, and there were just screams of horror everywhere. So wild you’ll just have to watch it to understand what we’re talking about. Edith Parks walked up to Jackie Speier and said, “I’m being held prisoner here, I want to go home.”. It’s happening right now.”, Vernon Gosney, Peoples Temple Member: Jim Jones came to talk to me and the first thing he said was, “Don’t say anything to the reporters. Marshall Kilduff, Journalist: The Concerned Relatives were the ex-members who wanted other family members, still in the church, to know they could leave. (Singing, archival): Something got a hold of me, oh yes indeed. Christopher Chow, Asian American Media Center, Inc. Jackie Speier, Aide to Congressman Leo Ryan: It was a vibrant community. Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple, Jonestown: The Life and Death of Peoples Temple: Trailer. "This groundbreaking feature-length hybrid of documentary and drama definitively examines the five tense days leading up to that unthinkable massacre in Guyana. Mike Harlow, Research Assistance You know, cyanide makes people froth at the mouth. The story of Jonestown begins with Jones, a white … Jim Jones (archival): Flour, rice, black-eyed peas, more peas. The remote Guyana outpost of cult leader Jim Jones' Peoples Temple, Jonestown was the site of a 1978 massacre that resulted in the deaths of more than 900 people. Oddball Film+Video Jackie Speier, Aide to Congressman Leo Ryan: We heard this great uproar in the pavilion and the truck stopped. Garnett Day, minister David Bushway, Mendocino College Library Peoples Temple welcomed people of every race and ethnicity. He saw that the preachers were like father figures to their congregations. You could hear it when you’re in the outhouse. Jackie Speier, Aide to Congressman Leo Ryan: More people wanted to leave. They try to hide underneath the wheels. Jim Jones, the charismatic leader of … That you’re standing there is because of him. Tim Carter, Peoples Temple Member: What I saw that creation as being was building a city where we could move and raise our children, outside of the oppression and the racism of the United States of America. "Jim Jones" Documentaries . Jim Jones speaking in 1972. You join a religious organization, you join a political movement, and you join with people that you really like. Claire Janaro, Peoples Temple member And then the question went on, “Well, how many of you in here have had him to do that?” And whether they were lying or just following suit, hands of the men just went up around the room. You could sit here and talk all day long and no words could describe the peace, the beauty, the sense of accomplishment and responsibility and camaraderie that’s here. (Singing, archival): As pilgrims here, we sometimes journey. Jim Jones had political power that few people, let alone preachers, could have imagined. Creig Turner He continued his flamboyant methods, lying down on the ice between fur hunters and baby harp seals on a fact-finding mission to Newfoundland. It was very somber. Laura Johnston Kohl, Peoples Temple Member: We thought of ourselves as one big family that did handle our own discipline. Ed Rudolph, Video Arts/San Francisco, Online Editor It was led by a white minister, but in terms of the worship service, commitment to the social gospel, its membership — it functioned completely like a black church. Okay, if that’s where they at, that’s not where I’m at.” Because I’m thinking, “My wife — I’m happy with my wife. And I thought it had a lot more to do with Jim’s sense of rehearsal. The reporter next to me said, “I’ve never felt anything like this before,” and I said, “Because you haven’t felt anything like this before.” I actually felt pretty good overall. It just didn’t feel right. Wherever there is people struggling for justice and righteousness, there I am. with your corporate card, imma pop bottles" - Jim Including commentary from Koch Records and Asylum Record staff. The Occult. Phyllis Wilmore-Zimmerman, Childhood Friend: I grew up with Jimmy Jones. And he reached up and kind of patted the back of my neck, and he said, “I’ll [expletive] you in the ass if you want.” And I just kind of stammered, “No.” You know, “No.” And he said, “Well, you know, if you ever want that, that’s okay, just let me know and we’ll do that.”. We realized these people catch up from people from Jim Jones, they’re very close lieutenant to Jim Jones. There were the publications. Vernon Gosney, Peoples Temple Member: When Congressman Ryan came, I wanted to pass him a note that said, “Help us get out of Jonestown.” When one of the reporters was walking around toward the edge of the pavilion, I stuck the note in the fold of his arm and it fell to the ground. Rebecca Moore, Relative of Peoples Temple Member: The reward for the election of George Moscone was the appointment of Jim Jones as Chairman of the City Housing Authority. Darkness settles over Jonestown on its last day on Earth.”. Claire Janaro, Peoples Temple Member: The purpose of the bus trips was to spread Jim’s beliefs about socialism and the world, and how we can live a better life and about an integrated lifestyle. Willie Brown, California State Assemblyman (archival): You have managed to make the many persons associated with Peoples Temple part of a family. Who else is going to stand and look you in the face and say, “Come and I’ll give you a job. Carroll Parrott Blue A documentary on the 40th anniversary of the largest murder-suicide in American history, when over 900 members of the Peoples Temple consumed a deadly cyanide-laced drink on the orders of leader Jim Jones; interviews with Jones' two surviving sons. Along with the Robot steez. Deborah Layton, Peoples Temple Member, Author, Seductive Poison: Nobody joins a cult. Juanell Smart lost her four children, mother, and uncle. Just like everything else, cults are a reflection of their times, and the story of the primary color clad Rajneeshees is no different. That’s what was happening. ©2007 WGBH Educational Foundation So at that point, we knew that something was very, very wrong. MacDonald and Associates Gary Fong, San Francisco Chronicle Vernon Gosney, Peoples Temple member I was hit in my arm and wrist. He was not white. John V Moore And that frightened the hell out of me. Yes, we tried it. All Rights Reserved. I was really shaking, but I didn’t move. You've never seen Jonestown like this. The message of Peoples Temple was, “No, the dream is alive.”. Don’t, don’t be this way. Hue Fortson Jr., Peoples Temple Member: Being in an environment where you’re constantly up, you’re constantly busy, and you’re made to feel guilty if you take too many luxuries like sleeping — you tend to not really think for yourself. 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