It seems that some long-standing conspiracy theories should not have been immediately dismissed as silly or strange, because they turned out to be true in the face of widespread skepticism.
Unsurprisingly, number one has to do with aliens and unidentified objects, as the topic has historically shuddered nerves and will hardly cease to exist in the near future.
UFOs Will Never Stop Being Relevant
In 1969, the US government abandoned its UFO research program, the Project Blue book, although the project lasted 22 straight years, and at least 700 sightings were recorded as ‘unidentified’.
The official reason given for the termination of the program was that there was no reason to investigate.
Amid denials that the government should still be aware of mysterious visitors, it emerged in December 2017 that there is a $ 22 million undercover Pentagon operation under way called Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.
Formally closed in 2012, the search for aerospace ‘threats’ appears to be taking place somewhat, as reports from military pilots have recently revealed. In an overwhelming revelation in September, the US Navy confirmed that three videos, previously launched by To The Stars Academy, showed ‘unauthorized and unidentified’ aircraft. The statement was interpreted as a recognition that there really is something out there.
On CIA’s Hook
It has been a recurring theme that the Big brother is watching us, and in the end this is not an empty statement.
Journalist Carl Bernstein was not only the first person to break the Watergate scandal in 1972. At the same time, he also exposed the CIA’s vast network of connections to the most powerful media organizations in the world in a magazine article for Rolling stone. Bernstein revealed that the spy organization trained agents as journalists and employed them in all major US newspapers, while sponsoring media projects that supported their operations.
The secret program, which began at the beginning of the Cold War, was canceled by George H. W. Bush when he was called to become chief of the CIA in 1976.
“Immediately, the CIA will not enter into any paid or contractual relationship with any full-time or part-time news correspondent accredited by any US news service, newspaper, journal, network or radio or television station.”
The murder of the Egyptian teenage king has been widely mentioned since his tomb was unearthed nearly 100 years ago in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, with his death still piquing curiosity and drawing conspiracy theories.
However, his possible assassination gradually surpassed mere conspiracy assumptions, as suspicious wounds were seen on Tut’s body. Separately, what played a part was the discovery of ‘unfinished’ paintings in the iconic tomb, which they later found to be purposeful ‘bad work’ – something that arguably pointed to the fact that there could have been a conspiracy at the time on Pharaoh’s death.