The Declining Dollar and the Rise of the NAU
What if Canada, Mexico and the United States became part of something like the European Union? According to conspiracy theorists, the North American Union is already under construction and the dollar’s decline is no accident.
Why do so many farmers have a problem with GM food?
What really happened at Jonestown?
In 1978, hundreds of Peoples Temple members committed mass suicide by swallowing poison at Jim Jones’ command. But how did this happen? Why do some people believe it was part of a government plot?
Why do some people think Nazis built UFOs?
Everyone’s familiar with the idea of UFOs, those mysterious airborne objects often linked with extraterrestrials — but what if there weren’t any aliens involved? Tune in and learn why some people believe Nazis may be responsible for modern UFO sightings.
What’s in the Vatican’s secret archive
For decades before the publication of Dan Brown’s novels, conspiracy theorists were convinced that the Catholic Church held numerous Earth-shaking revelations within its secret archives. But what’s really in there?
Is the Bermuda Triangle dangerous?
Decades of strange accidents and alleged disappearances have given the Bermuda triangle a terrible reputation — but how much of this is deserved? Tune in to learn more about the paranormal theories and skepticism concerning the Bermuda Triangle.
Why hasn’t the spread of nuclear weapons stopped?
On July 16th, 1945 the first atomic bomb test ushered in a new era of warfare, with weapons capable of killing millions. But how many countries own nukes today, and how did they get them?
What Happened in Point Pleasant, West Virginia?
Between 1966 and 1967, witnesses across Point Pleasant reported a rash of paranormal activity, leading up to the largest bridge collapse in US history. But what actually happened — and what on Earth is the Mothman?
Did the CIA use drug money to fund war in Nicaragua?
Gary Webb was a journalist who alleged that the CIA allowed Nicaraguan Contras to smuggle huge amounts of cocaine into LA as a way to fund wars in their home country. His claims were criticized or ignored, and eventually he committed suicide — or did he?
Why aren’t there more electric cars?
If electric cars have been around since the 19th century, then why haven’t they become more widespread? Skeptics say the technology isn’t viable yet, but conspiracy theorists think there’s more to the story.
General Butler and the Business Plot
By all accounts, General Butler was a national hero. So when he told Congress that a group of businessmen were periously close to overthrowing the US government, lawmakers took him seriously.
The Placebo Effect and Pharmaceutical Companies
Scientists have noticed that patients may experience improvements just from thinking they’ve had medicine, even if that medicine is fake. But why does the placebo effect work, and why do some researchers believe it’s growing stronger?
What inspired the werewolf legends?
Today werewolves are staple monsters in horror movies and Halloween costume shops, but for centuries people believed that human beings could transform into wolves.
Thousands of people across the globe believe the world will end in 2012 — but why?
What happened to John Paul I?
Pope John Paul I had one of the shortest reigns in Papal history, dying thirty-three days after his appointment. The official cause of death was heart failure, but some journalists and conspiracy theorists suspect foul play.
Are exorcisms real?
Human beings have believed in possession — and exorcism — for thousands of years. Nowadays most people associate exorcisms with horror movies, but are there any real exorcisms in the modern age?