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"I am not wrong!" says the TikToker. Because that's something you say when you're definitely right.
On 15 April 1912, the Titanic struck an iceberg and sank while in the Atlantic Ocean.At least that's the textbook version of history. But one unsatisfied conspiracy theorist on TikTok is convinced the Titanic never sank. "I am not wrong!" says the TikToker. According to TikTok ...
Honestly, it's hard to put your trust in the government, given the evidence (and they still aren't giving us all of the evidence).
On Thursday, the National Archives released what they say are the last documents in their possession related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy. This was trumpeted as the final fulfillment of the president's order to come clean. Except, as we all have come ...
One theory claims it’s an imaginary province.
There are a lot of strange entries on Wikipedia, but one of the strangest has to be the Bielefeld conspiracy. In a nutshell, it states that Bielefeld, a city in the North-Rhine Westphalia region of  Germany, doesn’t actually exist. It all started with ...
Was the moon landing faked? Did Hilter survive and escape to Argentina?
A conspiracy theory usually involves an illegal or harmful act supposedly clandestinely carried out by the government or very powerful people. These theories usually contradict the event's general understanding of history.Here, we list down the world’s most popular conspiracy theories and the ...
Everything the Illuminati, the government, and our serpent overlords don't want you to know.
WARNING: Before reading any further please disconnect from wifi, remove the data chip from your cell phone (then toss it and the phone into your garbage disposal), go into your bathroom, run the shower, blast a nearby stereo, and pretend you're just having ...
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