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Template:Infobox television The Conspiracy Files is a British documentary television series broadcast on BBC Wikipedia Two, investigating various modern day conspiracy theories. So far in two series and 6 programmes, the show has investigated the theories surrounding the September 11 attacks (twice), the Pan Am Flight 103 Wikipedia bomb, the Oklahoma City bombing Wikipedia, the 7 July 2005 London bombings and the deaths of David Kelly and Diana, Princess of Wales.

EpisodesEdit

Subject Broadcast Page
9/11 - The Third Tower Theories about the collapse of 7 World Trade Center, which was the third tower of the World Trade Center in Manhattan to collapse after the September 11 attacks (9/11), in which the tower collapsed after a fire, some hours after the main Twin Towers had collapsed 6 July 2008[1] [1]
9/11 Theories about the September 11 attacks (9/11) in which terrorists attacked the World Trade Center in Manhattan, New York, and The Pentagon in Virginia with commercial planes, and brought down United Airlines Flight 93 in a further attempted attack 18 February 2007 [2]
David Kelly Theories about the death (later investigated by the Hutton Inquiry) of British UN weapons inspector David Kelly, who committed suicide shortly after being revealed as the source of leaks to BBC journalist Andrew Gilligan about the accuracy of the 'September Dossier', a British Government intelligence report used as justification for the 2003 invasion of Iraq Wikipedia 25 February 2006 [3]
7/7 Theories about the 7 July 2005 London bombings (7/7), in which four British Muslims carried out suicide bomb attacks on three London Underground trains and a London Bus 30 July 2009[2] [4]
Osama Bin Laden - Dead or Alive? Examining what has happened to the world's most wanted man, Osama Bin Laden. Despite one of the biggest manhunts in history, Osama Bin Laden remains as elusive as ever. 9 January 2010[3] [5]

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The Conspiracy Files:9/11 Ten Years On



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