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The satellite photos are not real folks.

Less than 24 hours after well-known conspiracy theorist David Yatesgarber posted these “shocking satellite images,” claiming that they proved the existence of a secret underground complex on the Skull and Bones’ island getaway, equally well-known conspiracy debunker (or as he prefers to be called, “rationalist”) Mick Androssian has posted a rather convincing rebuttal, showing how the images were manipulated to make it appear like giant metallic doors built into the ground were opening and closing near the southeast corner of the island.

For what it’s worth, we’re totally on Androssian’s side in this, and it sickens us when a supposed Truthseeker like Yatesgarber makes it that much worse for the rest of us by tricking people like this.

You’re only hurting the cause, David!

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