Outlandish claims that the British King took part in secret UFO experiments sadly seem to be little more than a publicity stunt from an obscure TV channel.
Why do members of the conspiracy theory lunatic fringe still insist that Paul McCartney died and was replaced by a double in 1966?
There is more to the work of Walter Sickert than current deluded conspiracy theories, as an exhibition at Tate Britain shows.
Primus takes a deep dive into the delirious world of modern conspiracy theory in the band’s new track.
Part two of our look back at those we lost during the last year.
Exploring the conspiracy-driven world of QAnon and the new book that explores the birth and development of the movement.
John Frankenheimer’s Cold War conspiracy masterpiece feels as chillingly plausible now as it ever did.
The mockumentary ghost story from 2009 has found a new audience – and new relevance in a world where no one knows what is real and what is fake.
There might be more to the Son of Sam case than meets the eye – but that doesn’t necessarily mean that Maury Terry’s Satanic Panic conspiracies should be believed.
The oddly endearing and enduring belief that Paul McCartney was killed at the start of 1967 and replaced with a lookalike.
The plague of people posting appalling ideas and empty accusations in order to boost their own profile and make money.
Why are armchair activists able to destroy the lives of others for fun and profit?