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4 Conspiracy Theories That Make You Think They Could Be True

Ah, conspiracy theories. People love thinking of new ones on a regular basis, others just can’t stop thinking about it. Regardless, we think about them. No matter how ridiculous they may be, a lot of us love reading about them.

Every year there are people who look at different historical events and try to see them from a new perspective. Often times, people even discover some new facts, unusual facts, from biographies of famous people. It’s usually mind-blowing as well.

When first discovered, people would laugh about it. They would deny these conspiracy theories or make jokes about them. But the more people thought about it, the truer these theories seemed to be. In fact, some are pretty logical if you REALLY think about it.

Regardless, here are a few theories that could potentially be true. It’s honestly all up to you to really decide which could be true and which are just totally nonsense. All are pretty interesting to read about.

1. For as long as I can remember, people have been doubting the existence of William Shakespeare. Did he or did he not exist? Well, pretty sure he did exist but the number of theories around him are BIZARRE!

Some question whether or not he could have possibly written all of his works on his own without a good education because he did not come from a noble family. Some even believe he wasn’t a writer at all, but rather just an actor (As seen in the movie Anonymous).

2. As most of you probably know, Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his underground bunker on April 30th, 1945. His body was found and identified. But of course conspiracy theorists have turned the story to a different direction.

There are those conspiracy theorists who believe Hitler was hiding in Argentina and then later moved to Brazil. A book called Hitler in Brazil writes about this. The book notes that Hitler went to Brazil for a reason: for a treasure. I mean, it sounds ridiculous, but some believe it!

3. The assassination of John F. Kennedy created a number of conspiracy theories. Kennedy died on November 22nd, 1963. The theories involve everything from the CIA, and the Mafia among others. Some people still aren’t sure what’s true and what is not.

It’s been reported by Vincent Bugliosi, former Los Angeles District Attorney, that a total of 42 groups, 82 assassins and 214 people had been accused at one time or another in various conspiracy scenarios. No wonder no one knows what’s true and what isn’t!

4. Alright, the most popular and famous conspiracy theories involve Aliens. Sometimes you question it, especially when there’s a place called the UFO Watchtower. It exists in a small Colorado town called Hooper. The site is known to host extreme numbers of extraterrestrial sightings. I mean, this sort of stuff makes you think twice about the existence of aliens!

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