Transmissions From Jonestown

A Society, Culture and History podcast
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On November 18 1978 Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple died in Jonestown in what is considered to be the largest mass suicide in modern history. Locked deep within an FBI vault, the tapes chronicling the history of Peoples Temple were finally made public after 20 years. From Jim Jones shady beginnings as a faith healer to that final tragic night that his loyal followers drank the Koolaide. Join us as we piece together the history of Peoples Temple and try to understand what led to their demise.

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Q875, known as the November 19 mystery tape, with its static filled audio and found footage type origins, perplex and mystify those who choose to analyze it. A Jonestown survivor claims to hear the voice of Jim Jones hours after the settlement had …
40 years ago, 918 Americans died in the largest mass murder/suicide in modern history. Defined by the last day of their lives, the people of Jonestown became a part of true crime lore, overshadowed by their charismatic leader Jim Jones.  We all kno…
What if everything you thought you knew about Jonestown was a lie? This is the final episode of Transmissions From Jonestown. Join us as we examine new evidence that not only challenges popular theory, but history itself.  

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Msquared reviewed this podcast on Aug 23rd, 2018
"Excellent detailing of the Jonestown community and its downfall. "
 

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Started
Nov 7th, 2017
Latest Episode
Nov 18th, 2018
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
11
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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