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The editors adopt a sensible attitude: they do not claim that any interpretations in the book are necessarily true, but rather that these are truly things that conspiracy theorists have proposed. Note that this is a comic book of 39 tellings of almost as many conspiracy theories, but the comic-book medium in fact works very well. Recommended, unless some gruff voice calls me late at night and tells me to change my mind.... (Pssst: from the same people who brought you another Amazon.com Books favorite, The Big Book of Weirdos). --Jonathan Kochmer
Great book, really makes your mind think about what could have really happened.Published 4 months ago by Juliet Nelson
This book is entertaining as it is creepy. When reading I suggest keeping a open mind and DO NOT read it at night. Unless you like loosing sleep.Published 8 months ago by Robert Sauceda
Love, Love, Love these books! Collect them all, full of all sorts of usful and interesting information!Published 10 months ago by Courtney Williams
If you don't believe, buy it and read it. If you DO believe, buy it and read it anyway. There's stuff you didn't know. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Extremely, veritably entertaining....and dare I say, ...informative!! Have been a fan of Big Books, enjoy how everything is broken down inot constituent parts... Read morePublished on July 28, 2013 by markTwain
What's great about this is that each story is illustrated by different cartoon and graphic artists. It illustrates everything from alien conspiracies to assassination theories to... Read morePublished on April 6, 2011 by Alexandria Heather
Started my Big Books love with Urban Legends, which is fantastic both as a record of twice told tales and a great gallery of comic book artists, then bought Unexplained, which I... Read morePublished on January 27, 2011 by Stantz
Ten years ago, I used to intern at a PR firm that shared floors with Oliver Stone's production company in Santa Monica. Read morePublished on February 27, 2010 by Deborah