The truth is out there.
The truth is out there.
Was the moon landing really just a teenage dream?
Bedtime rhymes for baby conspiracists, from A to Z.
This is why you should never mess with a man who walked on the moon.
Oh no, got photographed with my slit eyes showing again, FML.
According to Ab-Soul.
Hide your kids.
Coincidence? I THINK NOT.
The truth is in this quiz.
I went to the New Jersey Paranormal and Consciousness Conference last weekend. Here are the theories I heard, ranked worst to best.
There’s a whole world of internet research you could be doing!
Questions abound since the man Newsweek reported is the reclusive creator of Bitcoin said he had nothing to do with the digital currency — and you know what the internet does with unanswered questions.
People exchanging totally paranoid ideas about the government existed way before the internet.
We’re on to you.
North Carolina-based photographer Shannon Johnstone has been photographing the dogs at her local animal shelter for over a year as part of her “Landfill Dogs” project. Heads up: you might need some tissues for this one.
Feel that chill in the air? The one that no cozy scarf can completely chase away? Warm yourself from the inside out with a healthy, hearty bowl of homemade soup.
Basically nothing is real and sea monsters are going to eat you.
If you come across any of these today, assume they are unverified and most likely false.
Plus stunning photos from the edge of an erupting volcano, the question of why Ben Affleck would want to risk playing Batman, and the ultimate in cockroach-related nightmare fuel.
Saved by the Bell premiered 24 years ago this week, and not surprisingly, the Berlin Wall fell a few months later. Coincidence? Every conspiracy theorist worth his weight in Buddy Bands knows Bayside High was a training camp for some of the Cold War’s greatest military cover-ups.
Plus a behind-the-scenes look at the Breaking Bad writers’ room, the beautiful miracle of hangover-free beer, and an interview with an erotic hypnotist.
Urban legend maintains that in 1947 a UFO landed in Roswell, New Mexico and was taken to Area 51 for analysis. Since then the top-secret government test site has been the subject of conspiracy theories regarding alien lifeforms, and today the government acknowledged its existence.
Plus Bryan Cranston’s old voiceover gig, the secret Starbucks menu revealed, and very cool vintage photos of surfers.
This is absurd. (via dailymail.co.uk)
Conspiracy theorists have found new startling evidence. (via verdantmug.tumblr.com)
Now that the FBI have photos of their two main suspects, we can sort through the five people Reddit and 4chan were convinced had something to do with Monday’s bombing.
The evidence is inconclusive. But if he is, I bet his home planet is AWESOME.
Popdust makes a deeply compelling argument.
Any explanation that doesn’t involve Crash Bandicoot is invalid. Any explanation of anything.