Some Of The Craziest And Most Unbelievable Conspiracy Theories That People Still Believe In

Some Of The Craziest And Most Unbelievable Conspiracy Theories That People Still Believe In

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you think about a conspiracy theory?

Is it that the moon landing is fake? Or that the Earth is actually flat?

Believe it or not, there are millions of people who think that these conspiracy theories are real, but there are other crazy and unbelievable conspiracy theories around the world, and many people believe in them.

Check out some of the weirdest conspiracy theories below, and feel free to add a conspiracy theory you’ve heard about in the comments below!

1. The theory that Stonehenge has been built by Aliens

There are many people that believe that the famous landmark has been built by aliens, especially because scientists can’t seem to find a logical explanation on how someone without any engineering knowledge or modern-day machinery could move stones so big.

2. There’s poisonous snow created by the government

This theory became popular after people in Georgia started noticing something very strange about how the snow reacted to heat. For example, people had been trying to melt the snow with torches, but it wouldn’t melt. So, they started to believe that the government had put some chemicals in it, even though there’s no explanation of why would the government try to poison the people of Georgia.

3. The real Paul Mccartney has been replaced

Believe it or not, there’s a conspiracy theory that claims that “The Beatles'” vocalist and bass guitarist lost his life in 1969, and he has been replaced by a look-a-like. Apparently, the band was trying to hide that Paul is no longer with us, and it even McCartney joked about this back in 1993.

4. The government is putting chemicals in the water that turn people gay

This is a crazy one. Radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones claimed that the government is putting some strange chemicals in the water that actually turn people gay. According to him, it can also turn frogs gay.

5. The moon doesn’t exist

We really can’t imagine why would anyone believe that the moon doesn’t exist, but, apparently, there are many people who believe that the moon is actually a hologram created to fool people on earth.

6. Barack Obama is the son of Malcolm X

According to Dr. Phil Valentine, ex-President Obama’s and Malcolm X’s similarities are so common that people have to believe that they are father and son. Who would have thought, ha?

7. Elvis Presley is still alive

Even though we would love this to be true, it’s still, just a conspiracy theory.

8. The American government could control the weather

There are many people in this world that believe the American government can control the weather, and some people even believe that Hurricane Sandy was the result of this. People believe that it’s the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) that created the hurricane.

 
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