A city council meeting in New York took a strange turn this week when a resident who happens to be a Flat Earth enthusiast attempted to present his research into the controversial conspiracy theory and ultimately wound up being arrested when he...
A Flat Earth enthusiast who sued the Canadian government after he was arrested for flouting coronavirus-related lockdown laws saw his claim dismissed by a judge who reportedly declared the lawsuit "patently absurd and nonsensical."
At his wit's end over his friends' insistence that the Earth is flat, a man in Scotland hopes to raise enough money to send a proponent of the controversial conspiracy theory into space so that they can see that the planet is actually round.
A McDonald's in Arizona found itself the target of an agitated conspiracy theorist who took issue with the restaurant having a massive dinosaur statue in front of the building because, he contends, such creatures never existed!
An Italian couple who believe that the Earth is flat wound up on a wild misadventure after they decided to put the theory to the test by embarking on a journey to what they suspect is the 'edge of the world.'
In an effort to raise awareness about the dangers surrounding deepfake videos, experts from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have released a chilling creation which depicts President Nixon announcing that the Apollo 11 mission had turned tragic.
Indicating that the remarkable rise in popularity of the Flat Earth theory is not purely an American phenomenon, a recent survey out of Brazil suggests that a jaw-dropping number of people in the country have become believers in the controversial concept.
A Flat Earth enthusiast found himself in hot water with authorities in South Carolina after he visited an elementary school playground with the intention of teaching the children the 'true' shape of the planet.
'Mad' Mike Hughes, the daredevil Flat Earth enthusiast who garnered worldwide headlines with his homemade rocket launch back in 2018, sadly passed away this weekend when an attempt at exceeding his previous feat turned tragic.
In a wildly entertaining segment on a popular British morning show, a prominent Flat Earth researcher from America attempted to convince the incredulous hosts that the much-maligned conspiracy theory is correct.