If you were around in 1963 or know the history, you would have heard about the assassination of JFK who was the President of the United States at that time.
There are so many people that absolutely rave about Chipotle, and there is even a popular Vine video of a little boy who claims " Chipotle is my life".
There are some pretty crazy conspiracy theories out there, but then again, we live in a pretty crazy world. So crazy, in fact...
For a second, remove your hard hats because oftentimes, you will hear an almost crazy conspiracy theory that eventually turns out to be truthful in the end. This happens within the government when political officials create a scenario that there is an attack from the enemy’s camp in order to justify that the country has to defend its stance and go launch an all-out war against the alleged opponent.
The media can become obsessed with conspiracy theories that surround mass shootings and other tragic events that take place throughout the world. With the increased number of mass shootings in 2015, it is no wonder that conspiracy theorists have developed their own ideas about how some of these shootings are nothing more than a hoax. One college professor in Florida has been officially fired, after he harassed a family who lost their son in the Sandy Hook Massacre in December of 2012.
Florida professor starts personal blog
The Florida Atlantic University has received unwanted publicity because of a professor, James Tracy, who has expressed his views that the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax. His views were posted on a private blog in 2013, which is why school officials say he couldn't be fired.
When I was asked to write about the mysterious Black Goo that was spotted recently, I thought to myself; what could be that intriguing about some toxic goop? If I see some Black Goo on the sidewalk, I am not going to touch it, smell it, or go anywhere near it. I was imagining something like hot black tar that we often see when the city is paving the road. However, when I started researching the Black Goo phenomenon, I have to admit, I was intrigued.
Anyone walking along the road and sees a big glob of Black Goo actually moving on its own like a living being, would have a difficult time getting anyone to believe them. The Black Goo was collected into two different boxes. The crystal like form moved the boxes to try to get to one another. Many are calling the Black Goo demonic. How it was concluded that the crystals were of a demonic source, I have not found any evidence in my research. However, the goo has been found near The Bush home. Some consider that to be a sign that it is not of God?
If someone mentions the Ku Klux Klan, the image that pops into your head is likely to be grainy, turn-of-the-century footage of midnight rallies where ghostly figures in white hoods and white robes march with torches in front of a burning cross.
But the modern Klan is much more insidious than that – promoting their hateful, racist agenda with a web site, weekly radio show, Twitter account and all the modern marketing paraphernalia you’d expect from a 21st Century media campaign.