The question “Which conspiracy theory is so believable that it might be true?” was posted on AskReddit and some of the answers will blow your mind.
“YouTube in a mobile browser is so shitty so they can force you to use the app and not use an adblocker.”
Via Wiki Commons/NASA on The Commons “Amelia Earhart was taken prisoner by the Japanese.”
“Robert Kardashian destroyed evidence that would have convicted OJ. He was handed a Louis Vuitton garment bag by OJ’s assistant right as OJ returned from Chicago. None of the cops paid any attention to him as he walked away with the bag. When the ‘bag theory’ was discovered a month later Kardashian claimed to have lost it.”
“Lotteries are actually traps for time travelers.”
Via Flickr/Recuerdos de Pandora “I’ve always found it very plausible that Hitler didn’t kill himself in the bunker, and instead fled to South America. Let’s look at what we know about his death:
1. With Germany on the brink of defeat and Russian forces closing in, Hitler shoots himself in a bunker hours before they arrive.
2. German soldier then drags the bodies of him, his wife, and his dog into the front yard and burn them beyond recognition.
3. The bodies are positively ID’d by dental records provided by the Nazi party.
Given the fanatical devotion the Nazis have to Hitler, it is extremely possible that they would have been willing to shoot and burn body doubles, and alter the dental records of the corpses to match Hitler and his wife. Meanwhile, Hitler would have been evacuated to a country where he could lay low and take on a new identity. (My guess would be Argentina, who fostered multiple high ranking Nazi officials.)
I’m not saying he couldn’t have also just shot himself in the bunker, but the whole thing always felt fishy.”
“The Reddit search function is intentionally bad (or not purposely bad but they know how to fix it but refuse to) to encourage more new posts.”
Via U.S. Air Force/Master Sgt. John R. Nimmo, Sr. “The development of the F-35 fighter jet is ‘so over budget’ so the military can fund other top-secret projects without making a new line item on the budget. It’s the only conspiracy theory I believe.”
“The value of expensive art is just as a pseudo currency for rich people to subtly buy drugs or other illicit things.”
“Apple started the meme about AirPods being expensive as a marketing ploy.”
Via Wiki Commons/Abbie Rowe “Some organization/group of people wanted all the Kennedys dead for some reason.
Edit: The term ‘conspiracy theory’ and its poor connotation was created by the US government specifically for skeptics of the official JFK assassination story. Just felt I should put that out there.”
“The reason Disney came out with a movie called ‘Frozen’ was so that when you Googled ‘Disney frozen’ you would get information about the movie and not websites talking about Walt Disney’s body being frozen.”
“I have a few I love.
1. Kobayashi, the competitive eater, is really a fantastic up close sleight of hand artist.
2. Weather forecasters buy stock in supermarket chains and then over exaggerate winter storms.
3. Weather control (shh!)”
Via Wiki Commons/Jennifer Boyer “I don’t have time to type it all out right now, but the entire situation surrounding the construction and operation of DIA (Denver International Airport) is strange, even by non-conspiracist standards. Have fun in the rabbit hole!”
“That the CIA post this question every time so they know what the general public suspect.”
Via Instagram/chloewarm “Women’s pants pockets are significantly smaller than men’s pants pockets to encourage us to buy handbags and purses.”
Via Flickr/charles roderick “Multiple football World Cups have been influenced either by governments hosting them, or other entities out for their own gain.
2002 South Korea/Japan and 1978 in Argentina are the two most obvious ones that come to mind.”
“The government spreads true conspiracies to make them sound ridiculous and unbelievable so that people don’t suspect those conspiracies are true.”
Via Flickr/ITU Pictures “The Phantom Cosmonaut Conspiracy
Pretty much, the short story is that Yuri Gagarin is not the first man to go to space but the first one to go and come back alive. It just seems like a USSR thing to do.”
Via Flickr/mccarmona23 “Michael Jordan’s first retirement was actually a suspension by the NBA because of his gambling.”
“The government experiments on the mentally insane because no one will believe someone with that kind of medical history.”
Via Flickr/Mike Mozart “Long John Silvers is some kind of money laundering scheme on the basis that they have been open for as long as I can remember but I have also literally never seen a busy Long Johns.
Toxic delusion that I ironically entertain? Perhaps.”
Via Flickr/julio zeppelin “The Laurel Canyon Conspiracy.
Basically, if you look at the counter-culture revolutionaries in the music industry in the ’60s, most of them were the children of military intelligence people. So the theory is that the ‘free love, lots of drugs’ movement they inspired was done intentionally to distract the youth from a full-scale revolution. The thought was if the angry youth of the mid-to-late ’60s were too high and getting laid all the time they would stop caring as much about societal ills and then basically sleepwalk through the ’70s, which they did.
I stumbled upon this when I was reading up on Jim Morrison and how his father was the one who called in the fake strike at the Gulf of Tonkin that kicked off the Vietnam War, and which was shown later to have been a false flag. Turns out, a lot of his contemporaries were also children of highly placed military people with ties to intelligence. Strange that they all wound up in Laurel Canyon as part of the same movement.”
“Snapchat worked with the FBI to popularize (and secretly test and improve) face-recognition technology. We went from ‘wow, this is like magic’ to ‘this is totally normal’ in a few years and there’s no way that the technology isn’t being used by law enforcement.”
Via U.S. Air Force/Senior Airman Kayla Newman “Cops go on Waze and leave random police sightings to cause people to slow without actually having to stay and check on people.”
Took me a while to get this one…
“DB Cooper, the gentleman that disappeared with 200k after jumping out of a Boeing 727 that he had hijacked, took the money and created IMDb.com.”
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