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Kooky concepts make way into public consciousness

Elise Wojnowski, Staff Reporter

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There are many crazy conspiracy theories out there. From the Denver airport being the root of all evil, to 9/11 being an inside job, people often tend to make up and believe insane theories. Here are just few of the craziest concepts that society has come up over the past years:

  • Michael Jackson died in the 80’s and was replaced. People claim that the real Michael Jackson died in the late 80’s and was later replaced by someone else.
  • 9/11 was planned and executed by President Bush. There are claims that Bush had inside people plan the attack with the terrorists.
  • Paul Walker’s death was murder. People say that Paul Walker’s death was a planned act by the Illuminati.
  • Hitler is still alive. Hitler hired a double to be killed and then got away freely.
  • Courtney Love was responsible for Kurt Cobain’s death. The official story is that Cobain committed suicide in 1994, but many believe she either hired someone to do her dirty work or conspired with someone to kill him.
  • NASA never landed astronauts on the moon. Even though most people say that America made it to the moon, others insist that the whole thing was filmed on a movie set.

Society has a way of mixing up words and creating something new that everyone seems to fall for. Whether people choose to believe and follow these conspiracies or not, more and more will appear over the years as society and information change and become more controversial.

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