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4 Conspiracy Theories About the JFK Assassination

U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. There has been much doubt about who had killed the president and how. In 1964, it was concluded that a gunman named Lee Harvey Oswald had killed the President. But in 1978, it was found that there was a second gunman involved as well. This gave rise to various conspiracy theories.

It was done by the Soviets

The Soviets seem to be the easy choice behind the assassination of Kennedy. The main reason is that the relationship between the U.S. and the Soviet Union was very bitter. Conspiracy theory suggests that Kennedy was assassinated by the Soviets following the Cuban Missile Crisis. The gunman Lee Harvey Oswald was also had a good connection with the USSR, making the theory stronger.

The gun

According to many gun experts, the gun used in the assassination was not appropriate for killing from such a long distance. It was a 6.52 mm Carcano, not a very powerful rifle. Oswald fired three shots in 6.3 seconds, but the gun needed to be repositioned after each shot which creates doubt whether the same gun was used or not. There is doubt about the shooter as well.

Suspicious deaths

In the book ‘Forgive my grief’ written by Penn Jones, it’s written that someone named Karyn Kupicnet called saying that the President was going to be killed just a few days before the assassination. Her body was discovered on November 30, 1963, and many people think that she was killed as she found out about the plan for assassination.

It’s the work of the CIA

It’s a common theory that CIA is behind the killing of a high profile person in American. In this case, it’s no difference. It is a conspiracy theory that CIA is involved in the assassination of President Kennedy.

According to a national poll conducted, about 70% of Americans think that Kennedy was not the work of one gunman; there was a detailed plot behind it. Many books have been written about the death of   Kennedy and people still continue to speculate about it.


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3 Most Popular Conspiracy Theories that Exist

According to a research about half of American population believes in conspiracy theory. Sometimes these theories are discussed so much that they become a fact and not a conspiracy theory anymore. People continue to believe in these theories assuming that one day their views will be proven right. Almost every year, you will hear about a conspiracy theory related to a major event. Here are the most popular conspiracy theories that people have come across.

Illuminati controlling the world

There is a conspiracy theory that a secret group called Illuminati is controlling the world. This group is set to create new law and order that will demolish any national boundaries. There will be just one control for running the entire world.

The U.S. government was behind the 9/11 attack

Many people believe that the 9/11 attack was an insider job; it was planned by the U.S. government. People believe that the government had prior knowledge of the attack. Many think that the World Trade Center towers couldn’t fall only because of the plane crashes; controlled demolition was used.

Man landing on the moon was a fake event

Man landing on the moon was one of the major events of the last century. However, many people believe that it was fake. They believe that it was staged by NASA in order to put U.S. in a better position than the Soviet Union. The flag was seen moving in the photo, but there is no wind in space. Many people believe that it was a fake footage.

Conspiracy theories will continue to exist in future as well. Whenever any major event takes place, people try to analyze the event to get the truth and this leads to conspiracy theories. Sometimes, the conspiracy theories seem so real that they replace the actual occurrence.…

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3 Reasons People Believe in Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories usually come up after major events like a financial crisis, terrorist attacks, natural disasters, the death of high profile people, etc. People try to find out what actually happened, and so they some up with various perspectives. They try to make sense of the situation by connecting the dots. Many people believe in conspiracy theories for the following reasons.

Our brain patterns


Our brain tries to find patterns. It interprets various events and tries to connect them together in a meaningful way. Our brain prefers conspiracy theories rather than events or occurrences that are not connected. We try to conclude things from our social status, cultural orientation, past experiences, etc. Our desires and intentions also interrupt our beliefs and thus make us believe many conspiracy theories.


We try to find comfort and safety by believing in conspiracy theories. Our brain is receptive to an unknown threat. So, we accept things that we find comfortable believing in.

Sense of belonging

When you believe in a thing that a group of people believes in, it gives us a sense of belonging. We get drawn towards people having the same beliefs. So, no matter how bizarre the idea may be, if we see them believing it, we start believing it too.

Almost every major events lead to conspiracy theory. From the sinking of Titanic to the presidential election winning of Donald Trump, each of these events has given rise to conspiracy theories. People will keep on believing conspiracy theories in future as well.


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