Today, July 20th marks the 53rd anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing. But there are many people who question did it really happen? While it is widely discussed is it one of the most popular conspiracy theories in North Carolina?
Well, BetKansas.com revealed America’s most popular conspiracy theories across each state. They did this through the utilization of Google Search Trends over the last decade to see the most searched and talked about theories.
When major events happen that change the world and people’s lives it can be difficult to come to terms with so people often start to ask why, and how and look for explanations that maybe make sense than the official narratives. Conspiracy theories often gain traction and anyone in power denying them just adds fuel to the fire. Do I believe every theory is true? No, some of them are just too out there. But I do think that odds are some are true. Will we ever know the truth? Probably not. The movie buff in me hopes that National Treasure’s theory of the President’s Book of Secrets is true and maybe one day someone would release it. But I don’t expect that to happen. How interesting it would be though!
I know the stories that intrigue me but are they the same conspiracy theories the rest of North Carolina is interested in? Let’s find out!