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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Bournemouth Backchat Episode #39 — Conspiracy Theories

And now for a podcast centred around one of Aaron Hayes’ favourite subjects… Conspiracy Theories!

Throughout this entire pandemic, the internet, social media, and comments sections have been hives for conspiracy theories. Platforms allowing plenty of opportunities for enthusiasts to weigh in on the world’s great questions. In true Bournemouth Backchat style, our presenters decide to do the same. With their own spin on the answers, of course. So… was 9/11 allowed to happen? Were Princess Diana and Marilyn Monroe murdered, and if so, why? And does Aaron feature in this season of The Crown?

Speaking of which, our trio also dives into a conversation about royalty and titles. Which actors actually had more than just knighthoods? Do the likes of Sir Dale Hurst and Aaron, Baron Hayes have rings to them? And just how much does it cost for a lordship over a 5sqm bit of land in Cumbria? All the answers and more in this week’s episode of our podcast, Bournemouth Backchat.

If you missed any of the previous episodes of the podcast, click here to view them. Also, don’t forget to follow HQB Media on its social media channels  Facebook, Twitter and Instagram – to never miss a post!

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