See Jim Jones’ Surviving Sons Speak About Jonestown Murder-Suicide in New Doc

This November 18th marks the 40th anniversary of what is now known as the Jonestown Massacre, when more than 900 Americans — members of a San Francisco-based religious group called the Peoples Temple — died after drinking a cyanide-laced drink at the urging of their leader, the Reverend Jim Jones, in a secluded jungle settlement in Guyana in South American. Until 9/11, the Jonestown tragedy represented the largest number of American civilian casualties in a single non-natural event.

ABC News presents Truth and Lies: Jonestown, a new special — which premieres September 28th at 8 p.

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