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The Conspiracy Reader: From the Deaths of JFK and John Lennon to Government-Sponsored Alien Cover-Ups

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They're an here...who killed JFK, UFOs, Secret Societies, Espionage, Mind Control Suspicious Deaths, Hidden History.Here's the real lowdown on
-- The JFK-Tippit Connection
-- Who Killed John Lennon?
-- UFOs
-- Drugs and the CIA
-- The surrealist movement and modern advertising
-- Yetis, Tibet, and the CIA
-- Satanic groups
-- Secret weather-control technologies developed by the mi
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Paperback, 354 pages
Published June 1st 2000 by Citadel
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Joseph
Mar 08, 2014 rated it really liked it
I have two guilty pleasures in reading: ancient aliens and conspiracy theories. With these you must always remember two very specific rules:

One, never take anything you read at face value or as the "final" answer.
Two, always keep an open mind and a good sense of humor.

This book was basically a collection of articles from Paranoia magazine which were selected to represent a best of the best of conspiracies. The articles were (for the most part) well put together and a pleasure to read. Some wer
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We seem to love conspiracies. I know I do, but I don't believe all that I read. I hope I am right!
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