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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘conspiracy theory’

Massive Crater Discovered in Siberia

A huge crater has mysteriously formed in a region of Siberia commonly known as the “end of the world.” After a video of the 260-foot-wide crater surfaced online, Russian scientists mobilized, and were set to appear in the area today to attempt to assess its origins. So far, a government spokesperson in the Yamal peninsula has commented that the crater …

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Conspiracy Theories: Slippery Paranoid Slope?

I love a good conspiracy theory as much as the next person. For me they’re often fascinating takes on unsolved mysteries. Or even solved mysteries. Unfortunately some individuals take conspiracy theories to a disturbingly excessive extreme. Ever been accused of being a government plant or paid off by “The Man”? Then you’ve never run into a hardcore conspiracy theorist. Be …

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Kurt Cobain’s Case Won’t Be Reopened by Seattle PD

Seattle police have stated that they won’t be reopening the case regarding the death of iconic Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, just days before the 20-year anniversary of his suicide in 1994. He was 27. Over the years there has been speculation and numerous conspiracy theories concerning some unknown cause of Cobain’s death, but police insist that it was a gunshot …

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9/11 ‘Truther’ Disrupts Super Bowl Press Conference (VIDEO)

“Investigate 9/11. 9/11 was perpetrated by people within our own government.” Those were the words said by 30-year-old Matthew Mills, an independent journalist who decided to take matters into his own hands during the Super Bowl press conference on Sunday. As MVP Malcolm Smith of the Seattle Seahawks was about to speak, Mills stole the microphone and interjected with one of the …

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Zapruder Film: Revisited After 50 Years

According to a recent poll by Gallup, 61% of Americans still believe that more people were involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy than simply Lee Harvey Oswald. Despite the fact that this number is the lowest it has been in nearly 50 years, it still represents an overwhelming majority of the American populace, and a poll earlier this …

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