The Cult Files explores the history, features and beliefs of seventeen cults through the ages. Riveting, sometimes amusing, often horrifying stories show the inside workings of these groups, and trace their history -and often their demise. The book includes the Aum Shinrikyo followers, who killed twelve people in a poison gas attack on the Tokyo subway; and the Peoples Temple, in which Jim Jones convinced hundreds of followers to commit suicide en masse.
Discover the unbelievable power and wealth held by cult leaders, and the physical and mental authority they wield over their followers. The full story of some of these cults is told for the first time in this book.
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|Size: ||273 KB|
|Publisher: ||Murdoch Books|
|Date published: || 1940|
|ISBN: ||9781742662114 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|