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The Sixty Greatest Conspiracies of All Time by Jonathan Vankin
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Sep 23, 2007

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bookshelves: trust-no-one, reference
Recommended for: X-Files Fans
Read in January, 2003

I got this book for three dollars in the cheapo bin at Barnes & Noble. Why? Because I'm a huge X-Files fan, and Chris Carter has admitted using this book as a reference in writing the show. And it's all here. At least half the conspiracies in this book have shown up on a TV show or a movie, and they're presented here as simply and amusingly as possible. An excellent reference book for deconstructive X-Files fans, and a perfect cover-to-cover read for ultimate paranoiacs. Definitely worth the three dollars.


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