Flat Earth Billboard Campaign Spreads to Oklahoma

An inventive campaign by Flat Earth conspiracy theorists to catch the attention of motorists via billboards has spread to Oklahoma.

Over the next month, drivers cruising down the highway near the Tulsa International Airport may spot an electronic ad which asks the question, "is the Earth Flat?"

Unlike the previous billboard which appeared in Philadelphia earlier this month and simply said "Research Flat Earth," this particular message also includes information on a Facebook group where people can do just that.

As one can surmise, the billboard was purchased by that group, specifically one dedicated member who paid $1,500 for the month's worth of ad space.

If you're feeling left out because your city doesn't have a Flat Earth billboard yet, you may not have to wait much longer as the group promises Denver and Phoenix will soon get similar ads and that many more communities are being considered for the campaign.

So keep your eyes peeled if your taking a road trip over the July 4th holiday weekend, because you just might see a message from the Flat Earth folks.

Coast Insiders who may be inspired by the billboard campaign can check out researcher Mark Sargent's appearance on the 5/21/15 edition of the program, where he detailed the Flat Earth concept which has become enormously popular in recent years.

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Source: Philly Voice

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