5 Fascinating Conspiracy Theories. These are 5 conspiracy theories that we find very fascinating. They are probably not all true but even if one of these conspiracy theories is true that would be pretty wild!
5. Miracle on ice
A popular sports conspiracy theory is the idea that the soviets intentionally lost the famous game against the American's at the 1980 Olympics. The theory claims the USSR heard President Jimmy Carter was planning a boycott of the summer Moscow games and grew concerned that Americas decision would hinder the games. In hoping to convince the U.S. to participate, the hockey team was ordered to throw the game and let the Americans win.
4. Prinses Di
It is believed by some that Princess Diana's death in 1997 was not the result of a tragic accident but was planned by British Special Forces Operatives to avoid revelations of embarrassing information about Prince Charles. After the accident, the father of Dodi Fayed insisted the accident wasn't really an accident at all. Both French and British authorities found her death to be the result of an accident. But ofcourse those are the same authorities that may have been involved…
3. AIDS Origins
Conspiracy theorists claim HIV and AIDS were released into society by the CIA in a plot to eliminate homosexuals and African Americans. The Former South African President Thabo Mbeki argued the claim that the disease originated from Africa and accused the U.S. government of manufacturing the illness in military laboratories. A different version of this theory insists that the government injected homosexuals with the virus in the 1978 Hepatitis B experiment.
Conspiracy theorists contest who the identity is of the English language's greatest writer. There is not much biographical data on Shakespeare and it is believed by some that the business man and small time actor could not have been intelligent enough to pen those plays. Instead it could have been any of the other famous playwriters back then including; Francis Bacon, Ben Jonson, Sir Walter Raleigh or Christopher Marlowe…
1. Pearl Harbor
A conspiracy theory insists President Franklin Roosevelt was aware of the Japanese plan to attack Pearl Harbor before it happened in Hawaii in December of 1941. Supposedly, America was warned by other countries and had already uncovered all the relevant Japanese codes. Conspiracy theorists suggest Roosevelt allowed the attack to happen because they needed it to convince the country to support a war that congress and the American public strongly opposed…