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Conspiracy Theories releases new episodes every Wednesday that dive deep into the historical events, cover-ups, and more. This podcast covers everything from reporters who died under suspicious circumstances, flat earth theories, and how Shakespeare was able to create some of the most eloquent prose the world has ever seen even though he never received a formal education.
Lizard People: Comedy and Conspiracy Theories
Lizard People brings some much needed humor into the world of conspiracy theories. Ever heard of a nice, happy-g0-luck theory? Neither have we. This podcast covers all kinds of theories including one that says Taylor Swift is a clone of a former satanic church priestess, Zeena LaVey, to the theory stating that the Titanic never sank, to another saying that Prince Charles is a vampire. Yikes.
Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture
This podcast focuses on the role that pop culture plays within the grand scheme of the mysterious Illuminati group. You might roll your eyes at the mention of the conspiracy group who secretly runs the world, but Conspiracy Theories and Unpopular Culture approaches the Illuminati and the occult symbolism allegedly found in contemporary film and music in an interesting and sometimes new point of view.
This podcast debuted in 2012 and has been delivering deep dives into true-crime stories and the conspiracy theories behind some of most famous criminal cases including the Golden State Killer and the horrifying case of Ed Gein.
Those Conspiracy Guys
Those Conspiracy Guys Look recount various topics including true crime cases and conspiracies surrounding companies like Monsanto. This podcast also covers topics like cannibalism through the ages, questions what really caused Bruce Lee’s untimely demise, and what ties exist between Tupac and Biggie’s deaths. If you want a mix of contemporary and older conspiracies. Some of the episodes have looooong runtimes—we recommend saving those for snow days or the day you finally decide to clean your house from top to bottom.
American Hysteria delves into what makes Americans tick. This podcast looks at the psychology behind why our culture gives in to mass hysteria and what triggers our paranoia. Some episodes are funny and other offer a more serious take.
This podcast comes from a former YouTuber and features stories about crime, mysteries, and of course, conspiracy theories. Some of the stories get creepy so maybe don’t listen if you’re prone to nightmares.
The Truth Is Somewhere
This podcast will look at conspiracies “and mysteries from a skeptical and comedic perspective.” The podcast releases a new episode once a week and injects some dark humor and science to make for some very interesting storytelling.
Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know
This podcast looks at historic events and the conspiracies behind them. Everything from aliens existing somewhere in secret to people with supernatural abilities gets covered in Stuff They Don’t Want You To Know.
The Conspiracy Skeptic
If you’re skeptical about conspiracies, this is the podcast for you. It approaches several popular theories with a grain of salt and brings in commentators from other podcasts to help debunk—or at the very least, figure out why—some conspiracies just don’t die.
Conspiracy Beer Me
Conspiracy Beer Me consists of the hosts getting drunk and then diving into the world of conspiracy theories including the one that says that some of the most popular celebrities in the world are clones, ties between Charles Manson and MK Ultra, and that one theory that believes that Earth is hollow.
I Love a Conspiracy
I Love a Conspiracy tackles all your favorite theories like what’s really going on at the Denver airport, what’s up with time travel, the true purpose of the mysterious Nazca lines, and what happened during the Dyatlov Pass incident in Russia. This podcast takes a lighthearted approach to conspiracy theories making it perfect for those of us who appreciate some levity.