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The Roswell crash: Air Force balloon or extraterrestrial spacecraft?

The Roswell crash: Air Force balloon or extraterrestrial spacecraft? Another piece of fuel for the Roswell conspiracy theory is the whole matter of “flying discs.The Air Force’s weather balloon explanation — while not entirely truthful — was more or less accepted by pretty much everyone, until 1978.

The Loch Ness Monster: Prehistoric monster or remote-controlled fraud?

The Loch Ness Monster: Prehistoric monster or remote-controlled fraud? Unlike a lot of cryptids, the Loch Ness Monster has a long history, with our current, contemporary interest in the monster beginning more than 80 years ago.Though there were earlier sightings and reports of some kind of monster in the Loch Ness, the creature was brought to a wider awareness back in August of 1933, when the Loch Ness’ water bailiff, Alex Campbell, wrote about it in The Inverness Courier.

Denver International Airport: Major hub for American travel or nexus of soul-sucking occult evil?

Denver International Airport: Major hub for American travel or nexus of soul-sucking occult evil? But this week we turn our gaze to a subject that, at first glance, seems far, far more mundane: An airport.But the Denver International Airport is different, as conspiracies swarm around it like taxi cabs looking for a fare.

Bohemian Grove: Men’s club for rich dudes, or secretive cabal of the ruling elite?

Bohemian Grove: Men’s club for rich dudes, or secretive cabal of the ruling elite? Some of the most popular, enduring conspiracy theories have to do with who’s ruling the world, who’s actually running things.Unlike the Illuminati or lizard people, the Bohemian Grove is something that — wait for it — actually exists.