Conspiracy Files: Paranoia, Secrecy, Intrigue

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Gramercy Books, 2004 - Social Science - 192 pages
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Brace yourself for 100 of the strangest, most persistent, and bizarre conspiracy theories you will ever read. These are eerie stories concerning tragedies such as Pearl Harbor and SARS, and dark machinations surrounding the deaths of cultural icons such as JFK, Marilyn Monroe, and Princess Diana. Discover compelling theories about Stonehenge and Roswell, and spine-tingling speculations about the Mafia and Pentagon. All the details of the conspiracies are based on solid facts—here, in full are the conspiracies you thought you knew about.
•Fully illustrated with over 184 color and black and white photographs
•Features up-to-date stories, many of which have never before appeared in print
•Thoroughly researched information with authoritative arguments and evidence
•Contains a complete guide to the most commonly suspected conspirators and a glossary of conspiracy-speak

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I really enjoyed this book, it informs you of different murdered or missing, historical, places, politics, technology, celebrities, extra-terrestrails and tragedies files. It tells you how in some cases the government keeps information from the public and etc.. found very interesting.. Read full review

Review: Conspiracy Files: Real-life Stories of Paranoia, Secrecy, and Intrigue

User Review  - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this book, it informs you of different murdered or missing, historical, places, politics, technology, celebrities, extra-terrestrails and tragedies files. It tells you how in some cases the government keeps information from the public and etc.. found very interesting.. Read full review

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Introduction J
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Extraterrestrials
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Murdered or Missing
46
Copyright

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