Conspiranoia!: the mother of all conspiracy theories

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 1999 - Social Science - 353 pages
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What do Pan Am flight 103, JFK, mercury fillings, The Grateful Dead, Teletubbies and mad cow disease all have in common? The answer is that they are all, in some highly explosive, ultraconfidential fashion, related. This book does what no other conspiracy title has done before: it connects all the dots. Arranged by subject matter, it opens with 'The Master Plan' and then branches off into twenty of the world's most famous conpiracy theories, showing through the use of intricate maps how everything and everyone is connected. An encycopedic guide book for fans and sceptics alike

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User Review  - airship - LibraryThing

I loves mah conspiracies. This book provides a nicely-organized, cross-referenced guide to the major (and some minor) conspiracy theories. Not as comprehensive and fun as Wilson's 'Everything is Under Control', but my second choice for a comprehensive roundup of conspiracy theories. Read full review

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Jackson, a journalist who has written for the New York Times and Vanity Fair, has composed an inventive but confusing encyclopedic book of conspiracy theories. Jackson's main innovation is to group ... Read full review


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The Dark Knights conspiracy
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