Conspiracy Theories: Real Vs Fake

Conspiracy Theories: Real Vs Fake
By: Yamilette Resendez

There are some conspiracy theories you should believe and some you shouldn’t probably believe, some are just crazy! And some will get you to think hard about the world you live in.

Here are my top pick conspiracy theories:

1.)Louis Tomlinson’s baby is fake

As you probably heard, people believe that Louis Tomlinson from One Direction has faked his partner’s pregnancy to “ get rid of Larry shippers” (Larry shippers are people who believe Louis and his bandmate Harry Styles are in love) according to The Verge’s article on Louis Tomlinson’s baby.

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Why would anyone believe that someone would fake their baby’s birth due to some fangirl’s ship?

Louis has come out and completely denied all accusations of the theory that his baby son is a  “fake baby.”

This is one of the dumbest conspiracy theories I’ve ever heard.

2.) Black Eyed Children

This conspiracy theory is one of the craziest I’ve heard.

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So the Black Eyed Children are an identity who disguises as a child from the age of 5 to 16. It said that they will go to random peoples houses knock and “ask to either use the bathroom, ask for food, make a phone call or ask for a ride home,” according to Snopes.

They usually go to an adult if either they are home alone or alone in a vehicle. On Redditt, there are many stories about people who have encountered a black-eyed child.

There are also lots of videos of where people have captured a black-eyed child. This Conspiracy is one that should be believed. It’s been around for over 100 years.

3.) Mandela Effect : Berenstain or Berenstein

So this conspiracy blew up back in 2016 and it still goes on to this day.

A lot of people have heard about this one. The whole thing with the Berenstain and Berenstein Bears.

Apparently fans have seen that the name was “spelled wrong.” That it was Berenstain

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from the beginning that it’s not Berenstein. This upset a lot of people from literally around the world.

People have given their opinions of this specific Mandela effect, which is a collective misremembering of a fact or event according to Snopes. No one is sure if this one is debunked or not.  According to the Mandela Effect website, a writer has said that, “the official records state that the series was always Berenstain, after the very real last names of the authors (Berenstain.)

Its a conspiracy that can go either way, but bet this one in the category of believable.  

So has is it always been Berenstain the entire time and were just having side effects of a time traveler or are we in an Alternate Universe? You decide on what’s real or fake.