Clifford Gieg, right, and his brother, Stanley, were 18 and 19 when this photo was taken at Jonestown, Guyana. Photos like this one were sent home to families to assure relatives that people were happy, even as the utopian ideals faded away at the commune, Gieg said
Clifford Gieg, right, and his brother, Stanley, were 18 and 19 when this photo was taken at Jonestown, Guyana. Photos like this one were sent home to families to assure relatives that people were happy, even as the utopian ideals faded away at the commune, Gieg said Idaho Statesman / Courtesy of Clifford Gieg
Clifford Gieg, right, and his brother, Stanley, were 18 and 19 when this photo was taken at Jonestown, Guyana. Photos like this one were sent home to families to assure relatives that people were happy, even as the utopian ideals faded away at the commune, Gieg said Idaho Statesman / Courtesy of Clifford Gieg

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November 18, 2008 12:09 PM

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