For ufologists and skeptics alike, Project Blue Book had the potential to be a gold mine. Learn how the US Air Force launched an official UFO investigation that spanned decades -- and why some people suspect a conspiracy -- in this episode.
What is a "chemtrail," exactly? Experts agree that jet contrails are harmless, yet thousands of people think the vapors are evidence for anything from massive drug dosing to weather wars. Why? Learn more in this episode.
Theoretically, weather modification could change the world - but how? Has anyone ever tried to turn the world's weather into a weapon? Join Ben and Matt to learn more in the conclusion to this week's series.
Wind energy has often been touted as a clean and potentially infinite source of power. However, it isn't without critics. Some concerns seem reasonable, while others range into territory that the mainstream might call outrageous.
In 1947 a mysterious object crashed to Earth at the Foster Ranch outside of Roswell, New Mexico - and more than 50 years later, people still don't agree on what happened. Check out these first two episodes of Ben and Matt's Roswell series.
In the third installment of this continuing series on the human brain, we explore how electrical and magnetic stimulation may enhance performance in everything from memory retention to linguistic aptitude.
By any measure Mark Zuckerberg's social media site is an enormous success. But who actually owns Facebook, and why do some people believe it's owned by the U.S. government? Listen in to learn more about Facebook conspiracy theories.
Edward Snowden isn't the first former employee to raise concerns about the NSA's surveillance programs. Tune in to learn more about past whistleblowers, ongoing concerns, and why even NSA employees may be in the dark about the agency's actions.
In 2013 news of the NSA's surveillance program was leaked by Edward Snowden. As the public, pundits and the government scrambled to respond, questions arose: How much of this is true? What else does the NSA not want you to know?
Sure, it sounds like the hook in a Beach Boys song, but could electromagnetic vibrations actually affect the way to you behave and perceive the world? Could infrasound cause a person to believe they have seen a ghost? Tune in to learn more.
In certain parts of the world, groups of people from all walks of life claim to hear a continuous hum. Yet not everyone can hear this noise, and there's no hard proof of its existence. Tune in and learn more about the mysterious hum in this episode.
Over the past decades, the CIA has been accused of everything from selling guns to assassinating people. Yet that's not the craziest part: Some people believe the CIA is actually replacing its enemies. Tune in and learn more in this episode.
Although sightings of the Chupacabra were first reported in Puerto Rico, eyewitness reports soon began to arrive from across the Americas. But what exactly is this thing? Is it even real? Learn the craziest Chupacabra conspiracy theories in this episode.
Lobbying is a time-honored tradition in the United States, and it provides individuals, communities and private interest groups a tool to directly advocate their beliefs to elected officials. But with massive corruption, is it a constitutional right?
Audiences around the United States (and the world) tune in to watch the presidential debates. No one denies that the debates are important, but why do some groups think the debates are corrupt? Tune in to learn more.
When our buddies Josh and Chuck started filming their real-life TV show, we took a shot at auditioning. In this never-before-seen video, you'll see us make a tongue-in-cheek attempt at getting on TV. (Spoiler alert: It didn't work.)
The modern understanding of human history is a work in progress, and new discoveries regularly redefine, enrich and - at times - contradict society's existing interpretation. But could world powers really suppress information about lost cities?