Whether you believe them or not, there's something oddly intriguing about conspiracy theories. The idea that there's more to the world than meets the eye, and that mysteries don't just exist in fiction, makes life that little bit more interesting.
But new reports suggest that the theories behind Marilyn Monroe's untimely death may have more truth in them than we'd first believed...
We've got a rundown of the weirdest and most wonderful conspiracy theories for your scrolling pleasure.
via: GettyPrince Charles' ex-wife died in a car crash in Paris - but many suspect that there's more to the story than immediately meets the eye. There are some who believe Diana's death was a royal assassination plot.
JFKPresident Kennedy was supposedly assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald, but there are many who believe his death was part of a wider plot. Many organizations and individuals have been blamed for JFK's death, and it's estimated that there are more than a thousand different books on the subject.
New CokeIn 1985, Coca Cola released "new Coke." Many believe that this was a deliberately inferior formula, designed to drive up demand for the original product when it was reintroduced later.
Disappearing FlightsMalaysia Airlines Flight MH370 seemed to disappear into thin air in 2014 and has spawned many different theories. A plane surely couldn't just vanish, right?
via: WikipediaThe disappearance of Lord Lucan in 1974 following the murder of the family nanny is viewed by many as a cover-up by the British aristocracy.
via: WIkipediaMany suspect that Hitler did not commit suicide in his bunker after World War II, and actually lived out the rest of his days in South America (or even on the moon).
Elvis PresleyFans of the rock 'n' roll star believe that he didn't actually die, but gave up his fame to resume a more normal lifestyle.
via: WikipediaThe three-year-old disappeared from her hotel room in Portugal in 2007. Her parents believed that she had been abducted, but some out there suspect their involvement.