Welcome everyone and thank you so much for taking the time to check out Crazy Conspiracy Central! You might be wondering what this site is all about. Here are some answers to some of the most common conspiracy questions I have been asked.
Q: What kind of crazy website is this?
A: This is a website dedicated to allowing people to express their opinions about conspiracy theories, however crazy those opinions might seem. Here, we can say what we think without fear of ridicule or shame. The world is a crazy place and we are bombarded with crazy images and stories all day long. If you really believed every single thing in the media, you could end up driving yourself mad. We need to have a good sense of humor about the wacky world we live in and all the crazy things we all get exposed to online and in the media, often unwillingly.
It isn't up to this website to decide what others should believe in but rather to give people a place to discuss, learn, have fun and decide on their own what they believe or disbelieve. When we allow ourselves to talk openly about what we think, we often find that our feelings are not as crazy as we thought and many times others share our opinions. This is the place we can voice our opinions. So don't be shy, check out our chat room and forums and share your thoughts!
Q: Is this website a joke?
A: No. A lot of sane people are interested in conspiracy theories and believe in them. There is only one truth in any given event or situation. Sometimes that truth is crazy! Other times, the theories people come up with are wilder, funnier and more entertaining than the actual truth. This is a serious website that takes a humorous approach to topics that a lot of people are curious about. The world can seem like a scary place sometimes, especially when we have nobody to turn to that understands our fears. This site is about understanding the world and having fun as we do so.
Q: Who are you and who owns and runs this website?
A: I call myself Conspiracy Queen and I prefer to maintain my privacy, therefore I do not want to release too many personal details other than I am female and currently reside somewhere in America. I am not here to talk about myself and who I am but prefer to keep the focus of the site on other people and what they think. I have been interested in mysteries and the unknown for many years and I decided this site was a fun way to let others express their opinions. I run and maintain this site together with a small, anonymous group of like-minded people.
Q: Is this a news website?
A: NO! This is absolutely NOT a website for reporting or publishing news. This is a site for people to share their opinions about the news, the media or about social media. We cannot verify or confirm that anything posted here is true or accurate. Anything posted to our forums is considered an opinion ONLY and is not official proof. While our forums might contain links to some popular news stories, these are posted for the purposes of discussion and do not reflect the opinions of the site or it's owner. If you want reliable news coverage, this website is not for you!
Q: Should I wear a tinfoil hat when using this site?
A: This is entirely up to you. I am not sure how effective they are at blocking out evil mind-controlling frequencies but there are people who believe this. I do not make any promises that tinfoil hats serve any purpose other than making a fashion statement. If you would like to share a photo of yourself in your always-stylish tinfoil hat, visit our photo gallery and submit a photo!
Q: Do you actually believe in all this crap?
A: NO but this is a funny question that I have been asked over the years by people who know I am into this stuff. One can't possibly believe in all conspiracy theories because they are only theories and therefore, some of them are opinions which contradict one another. We can't believe everything we read or hear or see in the media. As for which theories I believe in and which ones I don't, it depends on which one. Some might be true, others might be complete fiction. I prefer not to form any hard or fast opinions but rather to take in all sides of the story and make a logical conclusion based on what I know are facts. Most conspiracy theories there are literally not enough facts available to know for certain and this is why it is called a theory.
Q: What makes you think you are some conspiracy expert?
A: I am not a conspiracy expert, nor do I make any claims that I am smarter or better educated on these topics than the average person. The only claim I do make with regards to why I am interested in conspiracies is this: I am just a regular person with a normal job and a fairly mundane life who happens to be really curious about this stuff. So, I have spent years reading, watching shows and talking to others about topics deemed "crazy" by a lot of people. Does it make me crazy? I don't think so. Considering the amount of shows made about crime mysteries, shady governments, aliens, ancient technology and the paranormal, I think it is safe to say I am not alone when it comes to being into crazy theories.
Fact or fiction, for me there is pure entertainment value in many conspiracies. I do not call myself queen because I know more about this stuff than other people. In fact, some guests here probably are a lot more educated about certain conspiracies than I am. I call myself Conspiracy Queen because I am the one who will listen to just about any crazy theory. I might not believe in all conspiracy theories but I still will look into them and give them fair consideration. I have heard a lot of theories over the years and in that time I have learned a lot but there is always more to learn. I want to know the truth and so do a lot of other people. I also like being entertained and some of the fake conspiracies are as entertaining as the real ones!
Q: How did you get into conspiracies?
A: I can sum this up in two short words, my father! I grew up with a dad who is into astrology, the paranormal, conspiracies, ancient history and basically anything mysterious. As a kid and a teenager, I would laugh off conspiracy theories as another one of "Dad's crazy hobbies" but as I got older, I found that I had the same curiosity. Maybe this is something in my DNA, or maybe it was just the fact I grew up exposed to unusual ideas. I am not sure. I just know that nearly every person I meet has some crazy conspiracy theory, even if they do not admit it readily. When I started to give people the freedom to share their thoughts without judgement, I found that people opened up to me about their opinions. Eventually I came to the conclusion that everyone has a crazy belief or theory of some kind, some of us are just more willing to admit this than others.
Q: Is the world ending?
A: Yes. Eventually. If you are reading this, it probably has not ended yet and will not end anytime in the near future. If people were good at predicting the end of the world, someone would have gotten it right by now. If you look up "failed doomsday predictions" you will find thousands of dates have come and gone over thousands of years and none of them came true. Maybe this means that humans are crappy at predicting the end of the world, which is why they keep picking new "Doomsday" dates every time another one turns out to be wrong. Of course, this is just my theory. Unlike a lot of people, at least I admit I am not psychic and I am crappy at predicting things.
Q: Why are clusters of people going missing in forests and nature parks?
A: A lot of people would probably expect someone calling herself Conspiracy Queen to blame Bigfoot, Aliens or shady governments for all the odd cases of missing people around the world. However, my answer might surprise a lot of people and be one that not many people would admit to: I don't know why people are going missing in weird clusters around the world. It could be any number of reasons. I do not rule out the unusual or unknown, nor do I rule out more conventional explanations like known wild animals, serial killers or people hiking alone and falling into ravines. In cases that can't be explained by the "usual stuff" like animals, foul play or suicide, there might well be some unknown thing that we have not discovered yet. There could also be some cover up to prevent widespread panic and to protect the tourism industry, which is a popular theory too but again, these are only theories I have heard about.
I do not dismiss any of these theories but I also can't say any of them are facts either. Any time anyone goes missing, there are bound to be many theories as to why. Out of respect to victims and their loved ones, I think we need to keep an open mind with all missing person cases and treat them all as individuals, not as mere "clusters" with one root cause. There could be multiple unrelated causes. Nature does a great job of disposing of and ruining evidence which might explain why there isn't a lot of it. I do not have any police or detective training other than being a really good "armchair detective" and liking mysteries a lot. This does not give me the background to make any claim about this apart from my layman's opinion. If you want my humble opinion here it is: This is a super weird and creepy topic and I think there might be something fishy going on with this, I just do not have any proof of that other than a gut feeling that something isn't right. Apparently many people feel the same way because this topic has become very popular in the past few years.
Q: Do you believe in the Mandela Effect?
A: I am not sure. I do wonder, IF it is true, does the "me" in an alternate reality believe in the Mandela Effect? Or is she just as confused as I am in this reality? I think the alternate version of me thinks it is real and this version of me thinks it might be made up. Then again, maybe I was Mandela Effected into not believing in this to hide the fact that the version of me in the alternate universe knew it was true. I think the other version of me might have explained it better but I hope this makes more sense now in your current reality.
Q: Where are my car keys and did the Illuminati take them?
A: No, they were sucked into a portal and are now in the same alternate universe as your socks that vanish in the dryer, the pen you can never find when you need it and other small items that commonly go missing. Do not worry, though, these portals have a way of spitting the items back out a few days later, usually in some odd place you thought you already checked. This is my theory anyway, I could be wrong. Best of luck finding your keys, though. Conspiracy or not, it is always annoying when they go missing.
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