Since the early 1980s there has been a rumored top secret aircraft called the Aurora. Some still believe it exists, citing a $9 billion gap in the Air Force budget in 2006.
For the Apollo 11 moon landing conspiracy theory to be true, over 400,000 people would need to be part of the secret.
The Lost Cosmonauts conspiracy theory, alleges that the Soviet Union sent two or more men into space before Yuri Gagarin, but their attempts at being the first man in space ended in failure.
There are people who believe our birth certificates are actually bonds for money deposited in our names at birth, and these bonds are traded like stocks on the NYSE.
Israel-related animal conspiracy theories exist in some countries. Sharks, vultures, boars, rats, and dolphins are among the animals Israel allegedly uses against others.
Holocaust deniers have contacted former SS-Rottenführer Oskar Gröning to convince him that the things he witnessed at Auschwitz were hallucinations on his part.
4 percent of Americans believe that shape-shifting “Lizard People” are in political control of the US and the world. 7 percent were unsure.
‘The Beatles Never Existed’ is the craziest Beatles conspiracy theory of all time. It appears it is an ongoing project and the theory is premised entirely on the scrutiny of photographic “evidence.” This website attempts to prove that different people played the Beatles over the years. As an example, one participant in the forum explains why multiple Beatles would be used:
To maximize the prominent figure’s appeal to a world-wide audience. Different regions have different specific physical features that they prefer. Also, individuals have their own set of features that they favor.
In the possible case of a person being cloned, and the clones are only 95-99% similar, there will be varying features among that cast of multiples. Then the ‘handlers’ can send certain ones to certain areas where they will appeal to the general tastes there. They then can also rotate the differing Beatles in and out of the public spotlight so that each one will get enough exposure to appeal to each person’s individual preferences.
There are people in Kenema, Sierra Leone, Africa that think Ebola is a hoax created by doctors to steal blood from patients. Rioters are trying to break down the hospital gates and rescue the patients inside. Police are using tear gas and live bullets to disperse the rioters.
As a result of a 20-year-old online joke that the German city of Bielefield doesn’t actually exist, the city released a press statement titled ‘There Really is a Bielefeld!’. However as it was released on April 1st, this humorously only added to the conspiracy.