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Nightline Nightline interview with cult expert Steve Hassan regarding the mass suicide. Oct. 5, 1994.
Solar Temple: A cult gone wrong Radio and TV reports from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Murder. Suicide. Assassination. Sex. Money laundering. International investigations. These elements comprise the perfect storyline for any big-budget Hollywood blockbuster. But the story of the Order of the Solar Temple is no movie. It’s real life. And for 74 people who died in Quebec, Switzerland and France between 1994 and 1997, the consequences of their membership in the cult were fatal.
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This post was last updated: Oct. 25, 2006