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Did Michael Jackson fake his own death in a bid to escape financial ruin or was he murdered? Was it aliens that helped to build the Sphinx and the Great Pyramids and what were they trying to cover up? Is the food industry colluding to make us addicted to sugar? You’ll discover startling evidence on these topics and many more in this compelling compendium of the world’s scaDid Michael Jackson fake his own death in a bid to escape financial ruin or was he murdered? Was it aliens that helped to build the Sphinx and the Great Pyramids and what were they trying to cover up? Is the food industry colluding to make us addicted to sugar? You’ll discover startling evidence on these topics and many more in this compelling compendium of the world’s scariest and wackiest conspiracy theories. It leaves no stone unturned as it delves into such conundrums as: • the mysterious circumstances of Bruce Lee’s death • the alleged withheld evidence pertaining to the 7 July bombings • the controversy surrounding Barack Obama’s rise to power • the unsolved disappearance of Flight MH 370 Whether you’re a sceptic or a self-confessed conspiracy junkie, you’ll find a cover-up for every occasion. And remember, just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not after you…...

Title : Conspiracy Theories: A Guide to the World's Most Intriguing Mysteries
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ISBN : 25896684
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 256 Pages
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Conspiracy Theories: A Guide to the World's Most Intriguing Mysteries Reviews

  • Kevinjwoods
    2019-02-10 00:46

    What exactly is the point of books like these, without any indication of where he gets his information you can only assume the weirder stuff is made up, and the lack of footnotes is annoying at times (it would have been useful to know that Relivo Oliver is a real name for example) which reduces this to useless for any practical purpose.And there is a tendency to spot little errors like the idea that anybody might think Orion is Elvis Presley without mentioning that Orion has long had his identity revealed and it is the stories of a Second Orion that make it worth noting, and the example given for predictive programme is The Hunger Games which supposedly is designed to prepare for a world where rich people cheer at the murder of kids rather than any of the reality show gone mad stories (Vengeance on Varos, The Year of the Sex Olympics) which did help desensitise people.On the whole almost completely pointless as anything other than a cheap cash in.

  • Christanto K
    2019-02-03 07:02

    good for easy reading.

  • Louise
    2019-01-23 03:42

    It was light OK reading. Some of the conspiracy's were silly, some make you think but overall interesting if you like thinking outside the box.