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Death Conspiracies Of Famous Political Personalities – A Trivia

Controversies have arisen each time a famous personality has died. With time some of these have been debunked while some are still waiting to be solved. Let’s take this quiz to find out which of these personalities have their conspiracies still alive today.

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    John F. Kennedy 1963: Described as “mother of all conspiracies”; CIA, Mafia, sitting Vice President of US and sitting P.M of Cuba are accused –

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked
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    Adolf Hitler 1945: Survived WWII; he fled to South America; has been spotted by British and American Intelligence service in various parts of the world –

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked
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    Princess Diana 1997: Arranged by the Royal family because of the alleged love affair with a Muslim man; her driver was framed for the car crash in Paris –

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked
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    Subhas Chandra Bose 1945: He did not die in a plane, lived his last days in Uttar Pradesh, India or Abroad; he was captured and tortured by British in prison –

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked
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    Muhammadu Buhari 2017: Rumors that Buhari was dead have appeared on social media since he took a medical trip to London in 2017. The conspiracy has be fanned by members of the political opposition and the separatist Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) party, who claim there is evidence that the president has been replaced by Jubril, a man some believe was imported from Sudan.

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked
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    Indira Gandhi 1984: Soviet Union hinted at CIA involvement in Gandhi’s death; Anand Ram Commission was to investigate the conspiracy angle, one of the assassin shot dead after 40 minutes of assassination –

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked
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    Lal Bahuder Shastri 1965: His wife Lalitha said the body was blue and there were cut marks, but no reports of post-mortem was given; His personal doctor, RN Chugh, had said that he was in perfect health and never had any heart issues in the past. A heart attack seemed highly unlikely. And since there were claims that there was no post-mortem conducted, then the puncture marks could be a result of poisoning –

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked
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    Abraham Lincoln 1865: There’s a theory that the Pope, or at least some high-placed Roman Catholics had a hand in Lincoln’s assassination; Eisenschiml thesis – Otto Eisenschiml falsely alleged that Secretary of War Edwin Stanton (pictured) masterminded the conspiracy to kill President Lincoln –

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked
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    Yitzhak Rabin 1995: No blood was seen coming from Rabin at the scene, despite wounds to his lung and spleen, nor was any found later at that location; Yigal Amir did not kill Rabin but that another gunman did, as part of a political conspiracy –

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked
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    Zachary Taylor 1850: Was poisoned by pro-slavery Southerner; assassination based theory on the timing of drugs, the lack of confirmed cholera outbreaks, and other material –

    • Controversial
    • Controversy Debunked

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