Was Harold Wilson A Soviet Spy?- The Age-Old Saga of The KGB’s Infiltration Into The UK’s Labor Party.

    Harold Wilson was one of the most celebrated politicians of his time. He dealt with a number of issues while holding his position of the Prime Minister of England, while also being in good relations with the Crown. Needless to say, such a designated position comes with a lot of conspiracies and plots against such politicians actively functioning behind masked faces. One such conspiracy theory...

    J.K. Rowling: A Front For The Harry Potter Series!

    The elder wand, the invisibility cloak, the resurrection stone, the seven Horcruxes, quidditch and moaning myrtle are just some of the references from a timeless magical series. The Harry Potter Saga has now been celebrated for over 15 years, and its popularity will not be stopping anytime soon. However, I came across a theory that left me bewildered. It might change your outlook...

    Is Katy Perry Actually Jon Benet Ramsey?

    Katherine Elizabeth Hudson is an American singer, songwriter and reality show judge, who goes by her professional name Katy Perry.  She really does need no introduction. She is quite the hype in the hip hop world and is known by all generations due to her discography and television persona. JonBenet Ramsey was a little girl born in Atlanta, Georgia on 6 August, 1990 to John...

    Is Winchester House the strangest house in America?

    Legends thrive in the San Francisco Bay Area. But none are as bizarre as the story of the Winchester Mystery House. It is currently open to the public in a safe and socially isolated environment. The Winchester Mystery House has piqued the public's interest. The House has been featured on "Mythbusters," "Ghost Adventures," and "Ghost Brothers." In 2018, it made a dramatic big-screen premiere in...

    The Fake City Of Germany- Bielefeld

    "Hey." "Hello" "I haven't seen you around ever. Where are you from?" "I'm from Bielefeld." "Bielefeld, is it?" "Yes, you sound surprised?" "Bielefeld gibt es nicht” (loosely translated to 'There is nothing there'). This was the conversation that went down between two people, including one from Bielefeld, at a student party in 1993. ...
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