The Big Book of Conspiracy Theories: History's Biggest Delusions & Speculations, From JFK to Area 51, the Illuminati, 9/11, and the Moon Landings (Hardcover)
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From secret societies to aliens and assassinations, decode history’s greatest cover ups with The Big Book of Conspiracy Theories.
Did America fake the moon landing? Was 9/11 an inside job? What is the government hiding at Area 51? From secret societies to aliens and assassinations, decode history’s greatest cover ups with The Big Book of Conspiracy Theories.
Humanity has long been obsessed with the unexplained, and we have ascribed many mysteries to underground groups and secret schemes. With seeming coincidences piling up around significant events, it’s no wonder so many theories have emerged over the years. But how many coincidences are too many before it becomes a conspiracy? That’s for you to decide. Explore this compelling collection of unexplained circumstances and uncover hidden agendas, startling allegations, and baffling evidence. Unmask the remarkable origins and implications of these theories, including:
- The JFK assassination
- The Illuminati
- The Flat Earth Society
- Lizard people seeking world domination
- Mind Control Labs in Alaska
- The New World Order
- The Freemasons
Connect the dots between suspicious coincidences and discover the craziest mysteries in the world with The Big Book of Conspiracy Theories.
About the Author
Tim Rayborn writes on a variety of historical and musical topics, from the Middle Ages to the early twentieth century. He has a PhD from the University of Leeds in England. He is also a professional musician, with a specialty in medieval repertoire, and the author of Weird Dance, Beethoven's Skull (Weird Music!), and Shakespeare's Ear (Weird Theater!). He lives in Berkeley, California.