Conspiracy theories, even if you don’t believe in them all can be fascinating. Anything surrounded by secrecy is almost inviting the theorists to speculate. And while all the details don’t always add up, many times good points are made. It can be fun to do a deep dive into some. And while working on this list I learned some things and was left with a lot of questions. If you love a good conspiracy theory you may be interested in locations you can visit that are at the center of some of the most mysterious ones.
An airport connected to the New World Order, the possible gateway to another dimension, or a house with 2,000 doors and 160 rooms? All places you can visit and do your own investigating. What about the site of a possible UFO crash? Or the site of rumored satanic rituals? If any of these peaks your interest then you’ll want to check out this list. It is based on an article created by Cheapism.com. The feature 24 locations you can visit that are the subject of various conspiracy theories. Below are 20 of the ones I found the most intriguing. And it came as a surprise to me that one is actually in North Carolina. I had no idea!
I’ve also been to a couple of places on this list, though unaware of the mystery and debate surrounding them at the time. Have you ever visited the home of a conspiracy theory? Did it answer your questions or give you more?
20 Conspiracy Theory Locations To Visit Including One In North Carolina