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September 1998

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The Ghosts of November

"Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it," were the hand-scrawled words written on a placard that hung over Rev. Jim Jones's rostrum at Jonestown, Guyana. Twenty years have passed since more than 900 American expatriots perished at the People's Temple settlement there after drinking or being forced to swallow a poison-laced fruit beverage. Much has been written about this tragic and unprecedented event in human history. But the story of what happened to the remains of these people has never been told -- until now. Jeff Brailey was an Army medic stationed in Panama when he became a member of the Joint Humanitarian Task Force that was sent to Guyana by the U.S. State Department to retrieve the bodies of the Jonestown Massacre victims. Joining nearly 200 other servicemen, Brailey was part of the force that spent eight days in November of 1978, collecting, processing and shipping 914 dead Americans from the jungle enclave in Guyana where they died to the Air Force Base in Dover, Delaware where they were stored for over a month before being released to family members and concerned citizens for a proper burial. The Ghosts of November: memoirs of an Outsider Who Witnessed the Carnage at Jonestown, Guyana represents the first book to be written by a participant in the clean-up operation in Jonestown. After spending nearly two decades trying to exorcise from his memory the spirits of those who died in that stifling hot jungle village on November 18, 1978. Brailey has finally given in to them and revealed details of the awful operation that brought the deceased men, women and children home. What you will read in this amazing book will sound like it came from the mind of a masterful writer of horror fiction. But the terrible truth is that every word in this book is true. Through his graphic and detailed prose, Brailey actually transports the reader back to the largest mass murder/suicide scene in history. This book will shake all of your senses as it forces you to smell the terrible odor of death and see the effects the cyanide poison and tropical sun had on the bodies that lay on the ground for four to eleven days before being removed from the death site. The Ghosts of November is nonfiction horror written in its most descriptive form. The further you get into this book, the more horrified you will become and when you realize the events you are reading about did actually occur, and could happen again, your concept of reality will take on a dark and sinister nature the normal person cannot comprehend. The Ghosts of November, is the first authoritative book that documents what conditions were like in Jonestown when the U.S. Army contingent arrived there on November 20, 1978 to recover the remains of the 914 Americans who were victims of the largest mass murder suicide in modern history. The book will be released on November 1, 1998. Find out more by going to and typing in the word "wordworks".


The Jonestown Genocide

Excerpt: The Ghosts of November

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