This article is from the Conspiracy Theory Literature FAQ, by Xavier Poez email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
For a list including these and other resources, see
* Good starting points for conspiracy related research are
http://www.parascope.com and http://www.webcom.com/~conspire/.
* The newsgroups alt.conspiracy and alt.conspiracy.jfk cover related
* The SearchNet mailing list focuses on NWO, military, monetary,
HAARP, UFO, current news, and other various conspiracies of
interest to posters. Send "subscribe snetnews" in body of email to
* The A-albionic mailing list is run by the A-albionic research
company that specializes in conspiracy literature sales. Send
"subscribe prj" in body of email to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
* The Conspiracy Research mailing list is dedicated to trying to
build up solid research and FAQs on conspiracy subjects. Send
"subscribe ctrl [yourname]" in body of email to
* The Agendas mailing list is dedicated to discuss the validity of
various conspiracy theories and global agendas. Send "subscribe
agendas [firstname] [lastname]" in body of email to
* The Spotlight newspaper focuses on the international elite
conspiracy, tracking groups such as the Bilderburgers etc.
* Media Bypass magazine is a small-circulation magazine that focuses
on information not found in the mainstream media.
* Conspiracy Nation is posted to alt.conspiracy regularly by editor
Brian Redman and has many back issues on conspiracy-related