The truth is out there?
The January 29th 2016 issue of The Week magazine provided a reference to a Los Angeles Times article by Rob Brotherton: “Conspiracy theories can be true.”
Mentioning the JFK assassination and Marilyn Monroe death, along with the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappearance, the blurb ended with this:
“If you’d claimed that the CIA had given American citizens LSD, mescaline, and other drugs in secret mind-control experiments [something Nick Redfern has chronicled], you’d have been laughed off as a member of the tinfoil-hat crowd. [Such] conspiracies, however, were quite real. ‘Dismissing all conspiracy theories (and theorists) as crazy is just as intellectually lazy as credulously accepting every wild allegation.’” [Page 12]