Latest Conspiracy theories Stories

2008-09-11 03:00:17

Text of editorial by Yuram Abdullah Weiler headlined: "9/11 + 7 equals?" in English by Iranian newspaper Tehran Times on 10 September Tehran, 10 September: Why have so few academics and technical experts, such as physicists and engineers, raised questions about the 9/11 gruel that the government has pushed? Why so little investigation and research about this pivotal event in world history? asked Dr Morgan Reynolds, who was the chief economist of the US Department of Labour during the first...

2008-05-13 18:20:00

The men were air traffic controllers. Experienced, calm professionals. Nobody was drinking. But they were so worried about losing their jobs that they demanded their names be kept off the official report. No one, they knew, would believe their claim an unidentified flying object landed at the airport they were overseeing in the east of England, touched down briefly, then took off again at tremendous speed. Yet that's what they reported happened at 4 p.m. on April 19, 1984. The incident is one...

2007-07-08 06:05:00

By MARK EVANS ROSWELL, N.M. - If you truly believe a UFO and its crew of bug-eyed aliens came crashing down here 60 years ago, rest assured: You're not alone. At least 35,000 people have descended on Roswell this weekend for the 2007 Amazing Roswell UFO Festival to commemorate a purported flying saucer crash on a nearby ranch in July 1947. Participants have filled hotel rooms and nearly doubled the southeastern New Mexico town's population for a few days. The festival, which began...

2007-02-22 21:00:17

THE Berwyn Mountains UFO sighting on January 23, 1974, which has gone down as one of Wales' most celebrated 'alien encounters', was a combination of an earthquake, meteor showers and light from poachers' lanterns, say contributors to the internet site Wikipedia. page 13 (c) 2007 Western Mail. Provided by ProQuest Information and Learning. All rights Reserved.

2006-09-02 14:10:00

By Jim Wolf WASHINGTON -- The United States government is attacking conspiracy theories about the destruction of the World Trade Center in New York as the fifth anniversary of September 11 approaches. According to a Scripps Howard/Ohio University poll carried out in July, more than one-third of Americans suspect U.S. officials helped in the September 11 attacks or took no action to stop them so the United States could later go to war. The State Department responded this week with a rebuttal...

2006-08-31 14:00:06

By Scott Malone BOSTON (Reuters) - A University of New Hampshire professor has come under fire from state politicians for teaching his unconventional view that a U.S. government conspiracy allowed the September 11, 2001 attacks to occur. William Woodward, a professor of psychology at the Durham, New Hampshire, university, belongs to Scholars for 9/11 Truth, a group which believes it took more than two planes to bring down the Twin Towers and that an explosive charge in the...

2006-06-28 20:50:02

By Sven Nordenstam SHEFFIELD (Reuters) - Last month, the British Ministry of Defense made public a top secret report on UFOs, concluding that three decades of sightings had failed to produce evidence of visiting extraterrestrials. Case closed for alien aficionados? Not so. Far from alleviating UFO buffs' suspicions that governments are concealing what they know, the report has intensified them. "I just e-mailed the MoD explaining my disgust at their latest UFO report," an Internet...

2006-05-31 05:15:54

By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - The detective leading a British investigation into the death of Princess Diana said he has found new witnesses and fresh forensic evidence about the fatal car crash in a Paris road tunnel in 1997. Sir John Stevens, a former chief of London's Metropolitan police who is heading a crash inquiry, refused to give details. He was speaking during an interview at a literary festival in southern England where he is launching a book. His comments were...

2006-03-28 16:25:47

By Sue Pleming WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice asked Russia on Tuesday to investigate Pentagon assertions that Moscow gave intelligence to Iraq on U.S. military movements shortly after the 2003 invasion. Russia's defense minister called the accusations "complete rubbish," and U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said he did not know whether the assertions made in a Pentagon report, released on Friday by the military's Joint Forces Command, were...

2006-03-25 05:31:23

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Saturday dismissed a Pentagon report that claimed Russia's ambassador in Baghdad gave intelligence on U.S. military movements to Iraq's government in the opening days of the 2003 U.S.-led invasion. "Time and again we hear these sorts of groundless accusations against Russian intelligence," the Interfax news agency quoted Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) spokesman Boris Labusov as saying. "We do not think it necessary to comment on these sorts of...

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