Jim Kostelniuk: The Making of “Witness to Murder”

While most books written by former Jehovah’s Witnesses focus on doctrinal disagreements or Watchtower policy failures and false predictions, a few tell some very compelling (and sometimes entertaining) personal life stories. While most would be tedious to watch as either movies or TV shows, there are a few that come to mind that – with the right team of writers and producers – could be revealing, educational and compelling.

Among the books that could fall in that group are Scott Terry’s Cowboys, Armageddon, and The Truth and perhaps a merged treatment of Richard Kelly’s two books, Growing Up in Mama’s Club and Ghosts from Mama’s Club. Both books relate lives influenced, victimized and damaged by the warped and abusive policies of the Watchtower Society.

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