posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 06:09 PM
I recently posted a thread asking members what particular incident turned them into a Conspiracy Theorist?
I had some great responses to that and it highlighted the number of Historical events that truely do not add up under greater scrutiny.
Now I am intrigued to discover what made members decide to sign up to ATS and become a fully fledged contributor as opposed to a lurker. Was there any
particular thread or was it a case of being a long time lurker, discovering like minded people and feeling a sense of belonging?
I came across this site initially a few years ago. I read some of the threads and thought they were interesting, well written and backed up with
evidence (in most cases). I was also taken aback from members who contributed to the threads. On the whole they were well constructed, humoured and
again backed up with evidence (in most cases).
The thread that encouraged me to join was this particular thread.
The thing is I have been interested in Alternative views for about 6-7 years and it was this one thread that gave me the inclination to sign up and
join the madness.
The funny thing is, I didn't even contribute, but was simply fascinated by the madness of it all. Afterall, what evidence could the OP provide
besides a video of her Husband declaring everything to be the truth. I think what appealed to me here was the thought that it was written by a
confused wife looking for answers. Yet, it could have been completely BS.
Anyway, it would be interesting to hear your reasons.
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