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10 Conspiracy Theories "They" Don't Want You To Know About

The truth is out there, if you know where to look. Brought to you by Ascension. A 3-night event. Premieres Monday, December 15 at 9/8c. Only on Syfy.

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1. Area 51

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For years, the government wouldn't even admit that Area 51 existed. As this official highway sign shows, they did a terrible job of keeping that secret. Just off of Nevada State Route 375, the military compound is famed for supposedly being the place where the U.S. government reverse-engineered a captured extraterrestrial spacecraft.

2. The Philadelphia Experiment

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In 1943, the Navy allegedly conducted strange experiments on the USS Eldridge. First, in July of '43, they used electrical field manipulation to make the ship invisible. Later, in October, they teleported the ship from the Philadelphia to Virginia. The October event includes stories of mangled sailors stuck in the metal of the teleported ship.

6. Chemtrails

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Those emissions from jets are harmless, right? Some don't think so. Some believe that the contrails (or chemtrails) that emit from airplanes may be a way for the government to drop chemicals that "weed out the old and the sick."

9. The Bilderberg Meetings

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According to their website, the Bilderberg Meetings simply allow world leaders to "foster dialogue." However, the meetings' secretive nature has led some to believe that Bilderberg is the semi-public face of the Illuminati. For instance, the photographer of the above picture notes that the venue looks like the pyramid of power, upside-down.

10. The Lizard People


Forget the Illuminati, our real overlords are scalier. British writer David Icke claims that the British royal family is actually a bunch of reptilian humanoid shape-shifters. These reptilians count George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Bob Hope as part of their shape-shifting brotherhood. The lizard people also received a write-in vote in Minnesota's 2008 senatorial election.

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