The Encyclopedia of Conspiracies and Conspiracy Theories

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

conspiraciesBy Michael Newton

From alien abductions to voting fraud, this encyclopedia is a paranoid’s delight. The 500 entries, which are in alphabetical order, describe conspiracies from around the world and throughout time. The entries also include biographies, profiles of groups and brief histories of notorious nations. Every conspiracy is identified as documented or speculative. For those that are unproven, Newton offers an analysis of the evidence and its plausibility. Newton is an author who writes about crime, particularly serial murder.  Call Number Reference HV6275 .N49 2006

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