The 9 Best Conspiracy Theories and Urban Legends of All Time
When I was a senior in high school we were forced to do these massive research projects for my AP English class. As predicted, most kids researched their favorite sport. The really brave ones did like “The History of Marijuana” or something stupid. I, much to my teacher’s dismay, did my research project on known serial killers.
I focused a lot on Jack the Ripper and how there were thought to be multiple “Jack The Rippers”. I thought it was the coolest project, and I was so stoked to share it with my fellow seniors. Needless to say, my teacher thought I was insane. That insanity has it’s benefits, however, like acing my history class lecture on the JFK assassination – GRASSY KNOLL GUYS. Just kidding, but I really can’t be the only one who finds all of this at the very least entertaining but at the most an awesome mind eff.
I did some digging and I found the COOLEST conspiracy theories and urban legends ever. And I’ll definitely be sleeping with one eye open tonight.
Molly is a senior journalism/English major at a school you haven’t heard of in a state you haven’t heard of. She’s obsessed with Chandler Bing, English bulldogs, and cheese. Follow her on twitter @gwacamolly.