This article will bring you to the list of crazy conspiracy theories that were proven true! Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it. Can you remember the movie “Conspiracy theory” with Julia Roberts and Mel Gibson? Huh, I loved that film! Anyway, I pretty like conspiracy theories, so this film is a basic one for me.
People, especially Americans, love to take news stories and run with them. Have you ever played the game of telephone where you sit in a line, and the first person whispers something to the second person, and so on, then you try to see how wild the story will get by the end of the line? That’s exactly how the craziest conspiracy theories get started. But that’s not always a bad thing. We can’t go blaming everyone who becomes curious about something they hear. Some of these theorists have even saved lives as a result of their curiosity.
it can be very difficult to find out the truth about something that happened a long time ago. Yes, we can scour any evidence and try to find out the facts based on what we know, but how are we to know what actually happened if we weren’t there? There are so many mysteries in life and in history, that in many cases, all we can do is suspect what most likely happened. There are facts (that were once only theories) that we do know without a shadow of a doubt to be true, and some of those are included in our crazy conspiracy theories list, but other things we just can’t be 100% sure of. ecause no matter how unbiased you are, or how hard you might think about it, there’s just no way to find out the whole truth on some issues. It’s part of the wonder of being human.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three crazy conspiracy theories that were proven true from their list.
The first one is More than one man conspired to kill President Lincoln. The second theory is The US Navy fired at Vietnamese boats that weren’t there. The last one for today is The Watergate scandal was tied directly with President Nixon.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 26 crazy conspiracy theories that were proven true.