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Zhaoshu Island, part of the Paracel Islands, is commonly believed to be uninhabited because of the land dispute between China, Taiwan, and Vietnam.

Vengeful Tree

The real reason is the vengeful attack of the, now sentient, Zhaoshu Island Ancient Cypress trees. After one campfire too many, the trees attacked with no remorse. The few survivors have been sworn to secrecy but this archival footage was accidentally released. This horrific scene is currently only viewable here:
 
 

The FDA (Food and Drug Administration) is an organization supposedly created to protect us but, at great risk to myself, I was able to smuggle out this footage of a human "volunteer" subjected to a product trial.
Pills
This poor gentleman was administered a purported new hyper-allergenic soap.
 
 
He has never been seen again. Who knows what sadistic experiments he is, even now, being forced to endure.
 

Who doesn't love a Taco Bell taco? C'mon, we all love a Taco Bell taco.

Taco

However, in an attempt to expand their clientele, using a test market in Pismo Beach California, Taco Bell released their sushi menu.

Shrimp

Results weren't very favorable.

In fact, Taco Bell has paid $ millions to suppress the story but here on Odd Conspiracy Central no one can hide.

 

Amazon successfully delivers products all over the world but, to cut costs, they have diligently been attempting to create an automated drone to handle this job.

Drone

Although there has been an intense cover up, I now have proof that their early attempts were far from successful. I was able to intercept an internal email with this film clip attached.

With hush money totaling in the millions of dollars this incident was successfully concealed until now. The truth always eventually rises to the surface.

 

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