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A number of conspiracy theories pertain to a fatal oil-rig industrial accident in 2010 in the Gulf of Mexico, alleging sabotage by those seeking to promote environmentalism, or a strike by North Korean or Russian submarines.
Elements of such theories have been suggested or promoted by US radio host Rush Limbaugh and President Donald Trump.
Theories of a cover-up surrounding the 1974 disappearance of Lord Lucan following the murder of his family's nanny include, for example, allegations of a suicide plot whereby his body was fed to tigers at Howletts Zoo.
Conspiracy theories may likewise attach to deaths and disappearances of non-celebrities.
A theory claims that The Coca-Cola Company intentionally changed to an inferior formula with New Coke, with the intent either of driving up demand for the original product or permitting the reintroduction of the original with a new formula using cheaper ingredients.
Central to many of these theories is a claim a lone gunman could not have caused Kennedy's injuries.
Also known as SLAP (Secret Large-scale Atmospheric Program), this theory alleges that water condensation trails ('contrails') from aircraft consist of chemical or biological agents, or contain a supposedly toxic mix of aluminum, strontium and barium, under secret government policies.
Other theories allege that President Johnson was involved in the killing.
The deaths of establishment figures of all types attract conspiracy theorists, including, for example, the deaths of Martin Luther King, Jr., Eric V, Dmitry Ivanovich, Sheikh Rahman, Yitzhak Rabin, Also popular are theories about the deaths of celebrities, especially musicians.
Theorists believe that a wide range of musicians, including Beyoncé and Whitney Houston, have been associated with the Illuminati.
Some theorists believe that Denver International Airport stands above an underground city which serves as a headquarters of the New World Order.
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Such ideas have been promoted by Bill O'Reilly, Roy Moore, Alex Jones, Arizona Congressman Paul Gosar, and Breitbart News.