From fake moon landings to the murder of Princess Diana to the faked death of Jim Morrison, a modern-day paranoiac has plenty of reasons to keep looking over his shoulder. According to one survey, two percent of Americans indicate that they have been abducted by aliens. That's five million people right there. Why are they keeping silent? Who is holding back on the explanations, and why? Could one man act alone to assassinate a hugely popular American president? What dark secrets are harbored by the Bush family (and the British royal family) about their 1930s collusion with Nazis? Have the Freemasons secretly grasped control of the world's economy? The Little Book of Conspiracies reviews the essentials of fifty great and small conspiracies, whether documented or alleged, from your toothpaste giving you lead poisoning to the real reason the Titanic sank. Over 100 photographs and simple diagrams accompanying entries illustrate the heart of the theories, making it easy to be paranoid. Just pick your theory and find your page.