Conspiracy stories, books, poems, and more

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Is it the end of the world? Is there any truth to the Denver Airport conspiracy? Will the Yellowstone super-volcano blow.... Read More

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"I really enjoyed this. I've always been interested in the Yellowstone caldera. Reminded me of Larry Niven's "Lucifer's Hammer" the way people fr..." Read More

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Archer Coleman is the most powerful man in the world. He plays everybody like pieces in a chess game. I am his secret weapon. And this is a story about how I escape. Read More

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It's an interpretation of the conspiracy behind the 1$ Read More

Tags: conspiracy, us, 1

Short story idea, barely roughed out, that I've decided to post to see how this site works. It's about books in the cloud and in the future world where there are no hard copies. The books are edited at will, the author's words forgotten. Read More

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The The Imaginarium House

This is a story in progress, please visit from time to time to see the story unfold Read More

Book / Literary Fiction

December 11, 2017

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The tyrannical nature of the US government exposed for what they really are Read More

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In times past, every military base had what they called a UFO officer. Read More

Book / Fantasy

November 13, 2017

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The Fantasy Realm House

This is the real story of how four people saved the world. It should have only taken a week tops but ended up taking exactly seven months and sixteen days. Read More
Hardwired is about an Artificial Intelligence unit named Fitcher. It follows his short-lived encounter with Finn, a human boy, and his quest to become more human. However, what happens when he starts to suspect the program that created him is not what it seems? Read More
Never doubt the existence of missing time. The reason it's difficult to analyze is because the eerie phenomenon always results in an unexpected reality shift. Read More

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maybe it's not what you really think it's like. i'm telling you now, there's a lot you don't know. Read More
A short story inspired by the cover pic. Read More
In a world of anthropomorphic animals, a his small family can evade the watchful eyes of the mob for only so long. Far from the shining, model city of Mammalia, the animal citizens of the small town of Merly give into their savage natures much more freely while law enforcement… Read More

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11/22/63, 12:29 PM. Dealey Plaza, Houston, Texas With the presidential motorcade in his sights, he pulls the trigger and takes the shot. As chaos erupts on the street below, an almost inconspicuous assassin flees the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository. He doesn't know it yet, but come… Read More
on a summer morning aaliyah creed receives a mysterious letter from her husband who she that to be dead for the past nineteen years. this letter also comes with a warning that may forever chance her life... Read More
The Mandela Effect occurs when a large portion of the population remembers something quite differently than the way it actually is. A famous example is where a large chunk of the population remembers the famous children's book series spelled as "The BerenSTEIN Bears but in actuality it is spelled BerenSTAIN… Read More
september 11th, the day the world stood still. the 9/11 terror attacks. how many people believe it? was it an inside job? what actually happened? Read More

Tags: essay, conspiracy

Bill Cooper was an enemy of the subversive state headquartered in Washington D.C. He was a soldier on the frontline, and not two months after his enemies struck down the Twin Towers, those he was up against were sent to capture the man, DOA. Read More

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Godscam tells of the religious manipulation, slaughter and incarceration of the masses throughout history Read More

Article / Non-Fiction

September 14, 2016

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An article about the true rulers of the world. Read More
A cautionary tale of what could happen to you if you let your ego eat your brain. Read More

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Hiding is obviously the easiest route when you're labeled a parasite. Even more does it seem when discovered that you're actually the saving grace. While The Council leads a propaganda campaign about a cure, Mela Chasers scour the lands for people of color in hopes of pillaging their melanin. Young… Read More
In this first of three novels, Retired Federal Agent Jack Preston and his team uncover a plot by a wealthy financier to buy the Presidency. By putting ultra-conservatives in the White House and congress, they plan to restore individual freedom, cut spending, control immigration, and make the tax system fair… Read More

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Hi. This is less of a short story, but more of a conspiracy. Everyone loves a conspiracy. Holy crap, this music is awesome. I just bought 2012 from a garage sale (and this cd of #1 movie songs), and I realized something awesome. Please tell me if I messed anything… Read More
Written in the early days of kangaroo meat farming. Based loosely on an unsolved true murder, I've provided a possible solution. Read More

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Through a secret black budget project, experiments are being conducted on innocent people by the power hungry and corrupt. A small group of those involved decide enough is enough and attempt to stop this by exposing the horrible nature of the experiments and the abuse the subjects of these cruel… Read More
Summary of the story - A friendly interaction between India and Pakistan is usually followed by a terrorist attack on Indian soil. This thought reverberated in the tourist's mind as two shots were fired at the Indian PM in a political rally. An event which brings two neighboring countries on… Read More

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"You don't have to go looking for trouble when trouble has a way of finding you. But sometimes, maybe, just maybe, the trouble that finds you can be worth it. Especially when you can return the favor and cause a little trouble of your own in the process. Being a… Read More
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