Jonestown massacre survivors read at East Bay Booksellers

East Bay Booksellers 5433 College Avenue, Oakland, CA, United States

Author Reading and Book Talk at East Bay Booksellers with Jonestown massacre survivors as authors And Then They Were Gone: Teenagers of People’s Temple...

Jonestown book receives Northern California Book Award Nomination

Koret Auditorium, San Francisco Main Library 100 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA, United States

 And Then They Were Gone, Teenagers of Peoples Temple from High School to Jonestown has been nominated for the Northern California Book Award in General Non-Fiction as one of the best works by a northern California author published in 2018.


Jonestown author reads at Books Benicia

Books Benicia 636 First Street, Benicia, CA, United States

In September 1976, Reverend Jim Jones chose San Francisco’s Opportunity II High, a public alternative school where Bebelaar and Cabral taught, as the one he wanted the Peoples Temple teenagers to attend. And Then They Were Gone: Teenagers of Peoples Temple from High School to Jonestown introduces 28 of those Temple teenagers and focuses on the fifteen Bebelaar and Cabral knew best of those who attended the small school until their sudden departures to Jonestown in the spring and summer of 1977. Most never returned.