The New York Times Ronson investigates the strange things we?re willing to believe in, from lifelike robots programmed w
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Content: The strange things we're willing to believe. Have you ever stood next to an elephant, my friend?
Doesn't everyone have a solar?
The chosen ones
A message from God --
High-flying lives. The name's Ronson, Jon Ronson
I looked into that Camera. And I just said it
I'm loving aliens instead
Stanley Kubrick's boxes --
Everyday difficulty. Santa's little conspirators
Phoning a friend
Who killed Richard Cullen?
The sociopath mind guru and the TV hypnotist
Death at the château
"I've thought about doing myself in loads of times --
Stepping over the line. Blood sacrifice
"I make it look like they died in their sleep"
Is she for real?
The fall of a pop impresario --
Justice. Amber waves of green
The man who tried to split the atom in his kitchen
Lost at sea.
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