Reflections and Articles by Tim Carter

Photo by Rex Morningstar
Photo by Rex Morningstar

Tim Carter lived in Jonestown and escaped on the final day. He may be reached through this website.

The Temple Family Remembers Don Beck, collected by Tim Carter (2021) NEW

Missing You, Mary Lou (2021) NEW

An Embrace of Terry Carter Jones (2021) NEW

My Wife Gloria, My Son Malcolm, My Life (2021) NEW

Farewell to a Friend: A remembrance of Laura Johnston Kohl (2020)

Jonestown: A Conundrum (2018)

Mike Klingman: The Passing of a Friend (2018)

An Appreciation (2013)

Remarks at May 29, 2011 Jonestown Memorial Dedication Service  (2011)

32 Years After Dover, Dignity (2011)

Surviving My Survival (2010)

Thirty Years Later (2008)

Murder or Suicide: What I Saw (2006)

People of Jonestown Find Voice on Stage (2005)

Surviving Katrina (2005)

An Enigma Within a Conundrum (2004)

The Big Grey (2003)

In addition to writing the articles above, Tim Carter appeared as a speaker during the Griot Institute of African Studies lecture series entitled Jonestown: 35 Years Later at Bucknell University; his presentation appears on this page (scroll down the videos).

A collection of essays by students at New York University analyzing Carter’s article “The Big Grey” appeared in the 2017 edition of the jonestown report.

Tim’s address on November 18, 2018 at the 40th Anniversary Memorial Service at Evergreen Cemetery in Oakland, California is here.

Originally posted on March 9th, 2013.

Last modified on October 17th, 2021.
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