Four Craziest Conspiracy Theories You Didn’t Know Existed
Forget the normal conspiracy theories about JFK and the pyramids. These are the craziest conspiracy theories people actually believe.
Who doesn’t love a good conspiracy theory? It’s fun to speculate that there are shadowy forces or massive government cover-ups. And while there are undoubtedly a lot of conspiracy theories that turned out to be true, a lot of the fun in conspiracy theories lies in trying to see how “out there” you can get. Sometimes digging into conspiracy theories can you take you to some theories that aren’t just bizarre, they are flat out hilarious.
These are conspiracy theories that are so far out there that even a lot of hardcore conspiracy theorists dismiss them or think of them as silly jokes.
Here are five absolutely bonkers conspiracy theories that you didn’t know existed.
The Earth Is Hollow
Forget about the Earth being flat. How about the Earth being carved out in the middle?
— Ra🌞🧘🏾♂️💚 (@rhadebeliihle) April 24, 2022
There is definitely evidence for a hollow earth and entrances at the poles. This was a photo from a satellite which shows a hole at the north pole in a photo with low cloud coverage… pic.twitter.com/vtqmrKYo4Z
— Dan777 (@Danmk87) April 30, 2022
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In the 18th century, scientists genuinely debated whether or not the Earth had a hollowed-out center. But various experiments eventually proved that the Earth was filled with rock and a liquid iron core.
But the theory remains, with some believing that there is an entire subterranean culture underneath our feet. An even more outrageous version of this is the Concave Earth Theory, which states that Earth itself surrounds a core with the “sun” at the center.
The Moon Is Fake
Forget the Moon landing being fake. That’s low-level. A REAL conspiracy theory is that not only were the landings fake, but the Moon itself isn’t real. Common reasoning for believing in a fake moon is flat earth. Theorists believe that since the earth is flat, the powers that be need to put up a projection of the moon in order to keep up the charade.
One flat-earther says, “the moon is a projection, put there for a reason, which we could study for a thousand more years and never understand” https://t.co/OZ1F0p9sen
— J. #EmergencyConfetti Doyle (@sibersong) April 12, 2022
Stevie Wonder Isn’t Blind
Has Stevie Wonder been faking his blindness this whole time? There are a few people who believe it. Their evidence is that Wonder, who is famously totally blind, has in several instances taken pictures.
Stevie Wonder looking through a camera
rock and roll photos pic.twitter.com/ys7zZm6Nyn
— rock and roll photos (@yesitsmyaccount) December 20, 2019
Nah wtf Stevie wonder doing with the camera?😭😭 pic.twitter.com/D97RXCZ4AZ
— https.Hirwa (@H1RWA) February 7, 2022
Also this instance of Wonder catching a falling mic stand.
Happy birthday to Stevie Wonder. Here’s that one time he (maybe) caught a mic stand. pic.twitter.com/Uzx0zoZca3
— Robert Flores (@RoFlo) May 13, 2020
Finland Isn’t Real
My favourite conspiracy theory this week is that Finland isn’t real…🤣
— Soapy Wit Tank ❤️ ©️ (@Schadenfury) November 20, 2020
I just learned that there’s a conspiracy theory that Finland isn’t real????
— digital doll and delirium (@DataErase) January 3, 2017
This conspiracy theory boils down to this: There is no actual landmass where Finland allegedly is. Instead, Finland was created by Japanese whaling companies so they could hunt in the Baltic Sea without risk of being discovered.
Just learned there’s a conspiracy theory that Finland isn’t real. Not sure why I find that absolutely hilarious, but I’ve been laughing for like 5 minutes straight 🤣 #Finland #FinlandisntReal #Conspiracy #Ridiculous #Hilarious #Funny #FinlandConspiracyTheory
— Michael Parkes (@PichaelMarkes) September 21, 2021
What’s your favorite conspiracy theory? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.