The unsettling 'gang stalking' conspiracy theory is making headlines in Canada by way of two stories which appear to be unrelated yet are both quite strange.
Denver International Airport is once again embracing its longstanding place in conspiracy lore by way of several signs throughout the facility which celebrate the site's infamous reputation.
A government agency in Australia was recently ordered to pay a rather sizeable sum of money to an employee who had been sent home for discussing conspiracy theories at work.
A German man's strange plan to protect himself against chemtrails wound up backfiring as the concerned conspiracy theorist had to be hospitalized when his idea went wildly awry.
In a rather curious development, it has been revealed that the computer of conspiracy theorist Max Spiers was 'wiped' by authorities following his mysterious death.
Flat Earth enthusiasts from around the world gathered in Canada at the end of last week for the country's first-ever conference devoted to the controversial conspiracy theory.
An enlightening new survey out of Russia reveals that more than half of the country's residents believe that the moon landing was faked!
A bizarre incident in Houston last week saw a police officer hospitalized after touching what was thought to be a drug-laced flyer decrying a conspiracy theory surrounding government-sponsored microwave harassment.
A gathering of skeptics and Flat Earth enthusiasts came together in California over the weekend for a summit that may rival Donald Trump meeting Kim Jong-Un when it comes to sheer strangeness.
The annual gathering of global powerbrokers known as the Bilderberg Meetings is set to commence later this week and details about this year's event have just been revealed.
A remarkable new examination of Adolf Hitler's remains appears to confirm that he died as the historical record depicts: via suicide in 1945.
Enjoy this free hour in which Len Kasten details the alleged alien exchange with Planet Serpo.
Coast Insiders, join us on Wednesday night for a Q&A on chemtrails & geoengineering.
A Flat Earth enthusiast in England is crying foul after numerous bookmakers refused to accept his bet that the world is not round.
Advocates for the infamous Flat Earth theory came together over the weekend in England for the UK's first ever convention devoted to the controversial conspiracy theory.
George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention.
Officials from a town in England were forced to issue a statement telling residents that a vast array of conspiracy theories apparently associated with their street lights were simply not true.
Eyebrows were raised recently when it was learned that Amazon's Alexa device provided a rather curious response when asked about chemtrails, but it seems that the popular digital assistant may have already been silenced by the 'powers that be.'
A strange story circulating online over the weekend claims that recordings of NASA astronauts talking about UFOs have been confirmed to be truthful via a sophisticated lie detector test.
A survey of Americans' thoughts on the Flat Earth theory has produced some enlightening findings as far as who subscribes to the controversial concept.
Listen to a riveting hour delving into the mysterious Planet X with guest Bob Fletcher.
While it's well known that Americans love a good conspiracy theory, a new survey conducted in Bulgaria, of all places, reveals where residents stand on conspiracy theories, the paranormal, and superstitions.
In a somewhat chilling turn of events, YouTube has announced plans to feature information from Wikipedia alongside videos about conspiracy theories in an effort to debunk them.
Astrophysicist and science popularizer Neil deGrasse Tyson recently took aim at the Flat Earth conspiracy and attempted to debunk the controversial concept once and for all.
Following the stunning success of last year's Flat Earth International Conference, organizers have announced plans for a sequel to be held in Canada this summer.
Flat Earth enthusiasts in Scotland have come up with a rather clever new method of spreading the word about the infamous conspiracy theory.
While many were celebrating yesterday's successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket, there was one group that passed on popping any champagne: Flat Earth enthusiasts.
A bizarre conspiracy theory circulating online raises the question of why there are so many Mattress Firm stores seemingly right next to each other.
Conspiracy theorists who contend that the International Space Station is an elaborate ruse say that a strange glitch during a recent video broadcast may confirm their suspicions.
An odd conspiracy theory circulating online could rival that of the Flat Earth when it comes to sheer outrageousness.