11 Conspiracy Theories Only a Few People Believed That Were Actually True

We’re pretty sure that everyone must have heard about conspiracy theories at least once in their life. Have you ever thought that the texts you send to your friends may have been read by someone else? If you answered yes, you’re likely to believe in conspiracy theories. In fact, people become really interested in conspiracy theories when a theory that seemed crazy turns out to actually be true.

Bright Side dove into historical facts that many people have looked for secret meaning in and actually found out the real story. And as it turns out, the truth is way more interesting than we could have ever imagined.

1. Tobacco companies concealed the truth about the harm of smoking.

For many years, huge tobacco companies have been donating millions of dollars to studies proving the lack of harm of smoking and sometimes even showed the positive sides.

11 Conspiracy Theories Only a Few People Believed That Were Actually True

But they had to tell the truth back in 1998 when the tobacco giant Philip Morris admitted that their product had a negative influence on people’s health and that it caused lung cancer and other serious health issues.

2. Only Nicole Scherzinger sang in The Pussycat Dolls.

The beautiful woman from the Philippines, Hawaii, and Ukraine, Nicole Scherzinger, was the leader of The Pussycat Dolls from the very start of the group.

11 Conspiracy Theories Only a Few People Believed That Were Actually True

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