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Almost Southern Jr.: Conspiracy theories

My favorite conspiracy theories because who doesn't love to challenge what they have always been told.

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I’m going to put it out there that my homework would get done 10x faster if I didn’t have the urge to research conspiracy theories constantly. Who doesn’t want to challenge what they’ve been told is true? So here are a couple of my favorite.

Mandela Effect: This one honestly freaks me out. It is when a large group of people remember something differently than it actually happened. It got its name from a substantial group of people all shared the same memory that Nelson Mandela died in the 1980’s and were very confused when he did die in 2013. Some people theorize that at some point our universe combined with an alternate universe and small things have changed due to it. Some popular example are the BerenstAin Bears vs. BerenstEin Bears. This honestly sounds ridiculous but there is proof. I highly recommend looking into this

This one is a little shout out to English teacher Kate Absher who taught me all about Shakespeare theories. It claims he was a drunk on the streets, and a nobleman used his name to publish his plays. William Shakespeare did not come from the background that would teach good grammar and writing and yet his play are written like someone from a higher class.

Lindsay Lohan: She has a twin, okay. I won’t except that she doesn’t have a twin. The parent trap was too real. The theory behind this is that there were two sisters playing Annie and Hallie and that Lindsay Lohan’s twin ended up dying before the movie was released so they producers knew it would be unethical to put out a movie with a dead kid in it. They decided to say Lindsay played both roles and made her keep it a secret.As she got older she realized how messed up the situation was and went crazy.

Crisis Actors: This one is a little sketchy. It entails that when something terrible happens and the news covers it the government sends out “witnesses” to tell the news what they want the public to know. If you look up pictures you can see the same people being interviewed but with glasses on or with a different color of hair. This may just be a coincidence but it’s always more fun to red into it.

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  1. EB on November 29th, 2016 11:41 am

    my favorite from work one time: the denver airport

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