These seemingly totally insane conspiracy theories are much more real than we’d probably want to think. So, if you’ve ever thought the moon landing was faked, the government is reading your texts, or that Elvis is still alive – you’ll definitely want to keep reading.
As an example, take osteopenia, a bone-thinning condition. This is the mid-point between healthy bones and osteoporosis. So, if you have this, the only thing you can do is try to prevent the development of osteoporosis. And osteopenia is often presented as a disease that requires very expensive treatment,” says Brightside.
Years later, a British woman named Jean Prichard reported that she hadn’t been allowed to dress her stillborn daughter’s body for the funeral in 1975, because (as she later found out) her baby’s legs had been removed by British doctors and shipped to the U.S. government. “No one asked me about doing things like that, taking bits and pieces from her,” she said,” reports Best Life.
Pretty crazy, right? If you’re one of those people that is always told you’re making up conspiracy theories, well – maybe you’re right! Do you know of any other crazy theories out there that have been proven to be true?