Study finds UK’s most popular conspiracy theory

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One in three people in the UK believe Princess Diana’s death was not an accident, according to a new survey. In a Sky HISTORY study of the public’s belief in conspiracy theories, 7% said they believed that Paul McCartney secretly died in 1966, with The Beatles hiring a lookalike to take his place. Some 20% of those asked said the Roswell incident was covered up and 12% said world governments use chemtrails to secretly poison their people.

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