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By Ian Shircore
49 reasons to doubt. 50 reasons to believe. Crazy? Maybe. Fascinating? Definitely. Read it and look over your shoulder. Those CCTV cameras? They're following you. Yes - you. These are the conspiracy theories that you need to know about.
Complete Idiot\'s Guide to the New World Order: Now You Can Separate the Facts from Unfounded Theories
By Alan Axelrod
By Matthew Gray
Conspiracism, while not unique to the Middle East, is a salient feature of the political discourses of the region. This book discounts the pathological explanation for conspiricism and instead investigates the political structures and dynamics that have created and shaped the phenomenon of conspiricism in the Middle East.
By Mark Fenster
JFK, Karl Marx, the Pope, Aristotle Onassis, Howard Hughes, Fox Mulder, Bill Clinton, both George Bushes-all have been linked to vastly complicated global or even galactic intrigues. Two years after Mark Fenster first published Conspiracy Theories, the attacks of 9/11 stirred the imaginations of a new generation of believers. Before...
From 9/11 and Roswell to Princess Di and the grassy knoll, this survey explores 18 of the world's most intriguing conspiracy theories. The facts surrounding each theory are examined in detail, exploring the background of those who presented them as well as other lesser-known arguments. Following the recent virtual explosion...
Why did Hess fly to Scotland? Had Hitler authorized him to attempt to negotiate peace? Was British Intelligence involved? What was his state of mind at the time? Drawing on a variety of archive and eyewitness sources in Britain, Germany and the USA, this work is an objective assessment of...