People Tell Us How QAnon Destroyed Their Relationships
We spoke to people who told us how the QAnon conspiracy theory ruined their marriage, turned their parents into completely different people and generally made their lives miserable.
Russia Is Reopening an Investigation Into the World’s Greatest Mystery
Google the “Dyatlov Pass incident” and you are going find some incredible theories into the mysterious deaths of nine hikers.
Apparently, Some People Believe the Earth Is Shaped Like a Donut
Wherein we debunk a theory that should need no debunking.
Fear of a Flat Planet: Inside Canada’s First-Ever Flat Earth Conference
What happened when the world's most well known flat earthers recently took over West Edmonton Mall.
Donald Trump Jr's Instagram Is a Shakespearean Tragedy
The president's eldest son posts memes of his dad, asks followers if he should keep his beard and always reads the comments.
We Asked Flat Earthers What the Dumbest Conspiracy Is
“I don't think any conspiracy theory is stupid.”
A Guide to QAnon, the New King of Right-Wing Conspiracy Theories
George Soros, the Illuminati and Snow White are all controlling the world according to a 4channer who has spawned a legion of super-sleuths.
The Millennial Who Wouldn't Move Out Got a Bizarre Pep Talk from Alex Jones
The Infowars host gave the 30-year-old some good advice (and £2,250), then shared some opinions about globalists.
There Are People Who Think the West Invaded Iraq Over a Stargate
Let the record show that Richard Dean Anderson is the one true prophet and Stargate SG-1 is the new good book.
What Van Attack Conspiracies Tell Us About the Internet's Darkest Corners
Several established conspiracy subcultures jumped at an opportunity to push media-discrediting agendas.
It's the end of the world as we know it
Hanging Out with the Followers of a Doomsday Cult
The world is going to end. It's bad news for most of us, but, for a select few, a ride on a UFO to a new Earth awaits.
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Why We’re Thinking About Conspiracy Theorists Wrong
A study of millions of Reddit posts found there are people who fit the typical conspiracy caricature, but they’re not the majority.