*Climbing Out Of The Rabbit Hole*

Hello. Yes. I’ve gotten lost of late. There has been a wee bit of knitting, lots of Thanksgiving leftovers (apple pie for breakfast should be a law), some Pokemon Go and a few conspiracy theory rabbit holes.

I love a good conspiracy theory: Bigfoot, alligators in the sewers of New York, Area 51, UFOs of the not yarn kind, and the Bermuda Triangle. My current favorite is the Utah Monolith. Can you imagine something sitting in the desert for 4 years being discovered and then secretly removed just days later? It was Reddit users (had they only been around when Jimmy Hoffa first went missing they would have figured out exactly where he was and when) who pinpointed the time window the monolith was placed by using Google Earth.

Do you enjoy conspiracy theories? What are some of your favorites? I’m always looking for new rabbit holes to venture down.

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9 Responses to *Climbing Out Of The Rabbit Hole*

  1. chrisknits says:

    Glad you found your way out of the rabbit hole! I put money on the baby blanket being done first. What will I win?

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  2. Not a big one on conspiracy theories – the so-called cover-ups are always ridiculously convoluted and not worth the effort. I don’t know about apple pie for breakfast, but my favourite breakfast is left-over rice pudding eaten cold.

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  3. kathyreeves says:

    I ate pie for breakfast this week, too! Today begins my slog back to reality, and hopefully a bit slimmer silhouette by Christmas…though I must confess it was not the pie that caused the problem! Lately, even the facts(?)sound like conspiracy theories, things have gotten so convoluted.

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  4. I love conspiracy theories too! I don’t know that I believe most of them, but they are interesting. If there is are Sasquatches and lake monsters and aliens landing every other day, it makes the world a little bit more interesting, in a way. It’s just fun to think about 🙂 I don’t know if these books are still in print, but you may like Suppressed Transmissions I and II by Ken Hite. These are books that were geared toward role playing gamers, but they are absolutely jam packed with real world weirdness.

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  5. nanacathy2 says:

    There’s conspiracy theories and conspiracy theories- not fond of the one that Covid was manufactured so that people could make money from vacinations and shut down shops forcing us online and doing away with cash- nor the one about the US election being fraudulent.
    But I do like a good mystery and some imaginative theories- like who built Stonehenge, and where is the Loch Ness Monster?

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    • Stonehenge is so interesting. It just amazes me how every few years there are new discoveries. I don’t know that we’ll ever know exactly what the people were doing but it’s obvious to me that they were a well organized society who could do great things. Just moving the stones alone is remarkable.
      I’m watching the Covid and election news very closely. I think all of humanity would benefit from more honesty at every level and more openness from the media and government.

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  6. ReginaMary says:

    I just read about that monolith. What a weird bit of news.

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  7. sara says:

    The monolith story was so fun!

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