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12 of the Most Bizarre Flight MH370 Conspiracy Theories

It's a terrifying thought that even in a world rattled by 9/11, planes can still vanish without a trace, like Malaysia Airlines' flight MH370 did nearly a fortnight ago now. As is its wont, the internet has been in overdrive speculating as to what may, or may not, have happened. Even Courtney Love is claiming that she may have found the missing plane. Read More >>

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Reason for Conspiracy? Five Mysterious Details From JFK's Autopsy

It goes without saying that, for the past 50 years, there's been a bevy of confusion surrounding the events of JFK's assassination. Much of it has stemmed from inconsistencies in his medical records, which have long been employed to justify errant conspiracy theories putting responsibility for the fatal shot in the hands of everyone from Fidel Castro to Lyndon B. Johnson. Read More >>

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Can Good Design Make Even Conspiracy Theories Seem Believable?

Grab your tinfoil hats, sheeple. It's been fifty years since US President John F. Kennedy Jr. was assassinated on that fateful day in Dallas, and it's still nearly impossible to discuss the event without some mention of conspiracy, cover-ups, government intrigue, multiple shooters, UFO affiliations, and more. Read More >>

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JFK's Brain May Have Been Stolen by His Brother

His assassination was one of the most well-documented tragedies of modern times, leading to numerous conspiracy theories. Though many have been debunked, President John F Kennedy's death still holds at least one mystery; what happened to his brain? Read More >>

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Phantom Island Vanishes From the Face of the Earth

Children, let this be a warning to you: just because something exists on Google doesn't mean it exists in real life. This was the case recently when an Australian research team planning to investigate Sandy Island, supposedly an island in the South Pacific, found that it just simply isn't there. Read More >>

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Why the Anthrax Murders Are Re-Surfacing 10 Years Later

A decade after the anthrax attacks killed five people and sent 17 to the hospital, and a year after the FBI officially closed the case, it's once again rearing its ugly head. Read More >>

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