Hey there, fellow readers, writers and friends. I apologize for not blogging for a while, since I was busy with going back to school!
Anyway, I've done a bit of research and I have found a few conspiracy theories that you must know about. Then tell me if you agree with them. :)
1. The Apollo Moon Landing Hoax
In 1978, a movie was released and it was called Capricorn 1. It's about how NASA and American Astronauts faked the Apollo Moon Landing. Intersting, isn't it? But the story doesn't end here. Hundred pounds of moon rocks have been studied and investigated and are classified as 'extraterrestrial.' So this abviously means that NASA had retrieved these from the moon. In fact, a lot of these astronauts are offended because of the conspiracy theorists that insist that the landing was a fake. In 2002, when a conspiracy theorist called Bart Sibrel confronted Buzz Aldrin and called him a "coward and a liar" for faking the moon landings, the 72-year-old astronaut punched Sibrel in the jaw. Talk about tough!
But everything isn't as it seems. There could be more to this theory...
Visit these links to find out more about this strange theory.
2. Paul McCartney's Death
It is said that the Beatles were a famous group. But could it be true that the Beatles Member Paul McCartney died in a car crash and was replaced by a doppleganger?
Here is some evidence. But really, it depends on what you choose to believe...
The Abbey Road album cover started oh-so many conspiracy theories, but the fact that Paul is pictured without his shoes on is often used as 'evidence' that he was dead at the time Abbey Road was released (in 1969) and was replaced by a look-alike.
Not the type of 'evidence' that stands up in a court of law, mind you.
Google 'Is Paul McCartney dead?' to find more answers.
3. Shakespeare didn't exist
Shakespeare, it's become a household name. But the most famous playwright in the world might not have existed at all. Conspiracy theorists have been arguing over Shakespeare's life for years, arguing that William Shakespeare was just a pen name used by a group of writers, which might explain why his signature varied throughout his career. Others think that he did exist, but that he was simply a name for another person to write plays through, such as Christopher Marlowe, Sir Francis Bacon, or Queen Elizabeth I. The main argument against Shakespeare is the fact that he was uneducated, which seems rather unbelieveable, if you ask me. But all I have to say in this theory is that whether Shakespeare really did write all those plays or not, they were some pretty good ones. Not to mention he invented some of the most frequently used words ever!
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