It's hard enough to make a good movie or TV show, but apparently some of the stuff you watch or listen to also contains secret hidden messages that only close examination will reveal. Or, at least, that's what countless conspiracy theorists around the internet would have us believe.
The strange thing is, sometimes they'll produce a piece of evidence so eerily convincing, it's like they've waved their hands and made your sanity disappear. Here are five of pop culture conspiracy theorist's most convincing nuggets, and a look behind the curtain at how they get you ...
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Thanks for sharing M.
The Evil Atheist Conspiracy does exist, and has black helicopters (or so they would have you believe).
There is, in fact, a website, www.evilatheistconspiracy.com, which purports itself to be the official eAc site. However, this is in fact a lie, and the site is maintained by highly religious people whose sole aim is to convince the public there is nothing to be afraid of. However, this is entirely to the eAc's (the real one - at least so would one think) chargrin, as no religious armies can ever oppose it if no-one believes it exists. This is sometimes designated as the original conspiracy theory within a conspiracy theory. However, this is only noticeable and relevant because the fact that it is a conspiracy theory within a conspiracy theory is in fact a conspiracy theory purported by the FBI - which in turn..."
Thanks so much for the links Sandi. I will check those out.