9 Conspiracy Theories Most Americans Believe To Be True
People are often drawn to conspiracy theories as a way to make sense of things that don’t make sense or have an explanation. Some are harmless like the existence of mysterious creatures. Others can erode trust in government and other organizations. And with the advent of social media, these conspiracy theories can spread like wildfire and can be very convincing leading people to believe they are true. I’ve watched a few documentaries and YouTube videos that had me buying into several popular theories. The Denver Airport? Yeah, that’s all-around weird if you haven’t seen it. I did a paper in college countering the conspiracy that 9/11 was an inside job.
Our friends at BonusFinder.com recently sent us some data on the most prevalent conspiracy theories. Some notable ones are missing from the list, including both of the ones I previously mentioned. But I’ll bet you’ve at least heard of the ones that made the list. Do you think they are true? I think statistics would say at least one or two of the countless conspiracy theories in the world have to be true. Which ones? We may never find out. I like to think there is a President’s Book of Secrets as depicted in the National Treasure movies, and that perhaps one day it will be shared with the public.
Wishful thinking? Probably. But hey like anyone else I’d love to have answers to some of life’s burning questions. Take a look at the 9 conspiracy theories most Americans think are true below. Which theory are you convinced is real? Let us know!
9 Conspiracy Theories Most Americans Swear Are True
So now that you’ve seen the top 9, what do you think is the conspiracy theory most believed to be true in North Carolina? BonusFinder says it’s that the election was rigged. We may never know the answer to this or any of the other theories on this list. No matter the conspiracy theories, if belief is strong enough, there is no amount of evidence to convince something their theory isn’t true.