Podcasts to Listen To: Conspiracy Theories and the best conspiracy theories to listen to
A conspiracy theory is defined as a belief that some covert but influential organization is responsible for a circumstance or event. Today, amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, conspiracy theories seem to be everywhere. While the pandemic has sprouted numerous new ones, conspiracy theories are nothing new. Tales of corruption, influence, rumors and manipulated information have captivated the public’s attention for thousands of years.
Here are a few podcasts about conspiracy theories to listen to.
Part of the Parcast lineup, Conspiracy Theories gives the "truth" another look. Each Wednesday, dive into the world’s most controversial events and possible cover-ups. With more than 100 episodes, listeners can find their favorites and also find out about theories they’ve never heard. Recent episodes include "OKC Bombing Pt. 2," OKC Bombing Pt. 1" and "Jimmy Hoffa Pt. 2."
Find it: https://www.parcast.com/conspiracy
Those Conspiracy Guys
Each week Those Conspiracy Guys discuss all types and genres of conspiracy theories from Atlantean myths to the JKF assassination to alien abductions to vampires. The show features the greatest conspiracies from long ago to the ones unfolding every day. Recent episodes include "Straight Out Of Lockdown," "Monster Fuzz - J’ba Fofi" and "The Hopi Indians."
Find it: https://thoseconspiracyguys.com/
Conspiracy Theories & Unpopular Culture
Focusing specifically on pop culture and its role in the "Illuminati" agenda to instill occult symbolism in entertainment, author and host Isaac Weishaupt provides unbiased opinions and discussion on the Illuminati, symbolism, conspiracy theories, music, film, politics, religion, news, gossip and celebrity tabloids. Recent episodes include "UFO Disclosure, Secret Societies," "V@cc1ne Controversy 7" and "Beyonce’s Black is King."
Find it: https://bit.ly/31SS1uu
The Truth Is Somewhere
Husband and wife Kori and Megan combine dark humor, junk science, real science and the craziest stories the internet can come up with to discuss the most intriguing conspiracy theories. Recent episodes include "Ed Duncan & Duncan," "Shipped in Cabinets" and "Coordinated Psychological Operation."
Find it: https://thetruthissomewhere.com/