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Conspiracies are in everything, and in a largely digital age we are constantly finding ourselves battling the fine line between fact and fiction. In this episode of Historic Affairs, we'll take a look at some common conspiracy theories, including ones in history, and dissect them in a way that should help give you the ammunition you need to discern fact from fiction.