9 Wild Fan Theories That Make Too Much Sense To Be Wrong

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9 Creepy Fan Theories That Make Too Much Sense Not To Be True

“Willy Wonka knew those children would die in his factory. After Augustus gets sucked up the shoot, they all hop on board the boat through the tunnel of doom. The boat doesn’t have two extra vacant seats though. It was designed with prior knowledge that they would lose two participants before that point. Later they drive a cream spewing car with only four seats. Did they have another car waiting in the garage in case the others made it? Of course not. Willy Wonka uses children to make candy.” — neverbinkles

“There’s a theory in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off that Cameron invented Ferris and he’s living out what Cameron wishes he could be. Makes the movie fucking mind blowing.” — ImNotJesus

“I like the idea that at the end of The Thing (1982) when Kurt Russell offers Keith David the bottle and he drinks out of it, the bottle is filled with gasoline, one from the Molotovs he was throwing earlier. Since the creature wouldn’t understand what gasoline tastes like, it wouldn’t spit it out.” — listerfeend

“In Inception, Leonardo DiCaprio’s character is in the real world in the ending scene. He talks about how totems only works for specific people. The top was his wife’s totem. It wouldn’t work for him. His totem is his wedding ring. In the dream world, his wife is alive, and he is still married to her. Therefore he wears his wedding ring. In all the scenes in the real world, his wife is dead and he is no longer married. He doesn’t wear his ring because of that. In the last scene, he isn’t wearing his ring.” — Dravved

“The story of Aladdin is made up by the salesman at the beginning to persuade you to buy the lamp.” — Stockypotty

“I read a theory about Courage the Cowardly Dog that said that Courage is actually a normal dog and he sees the world through a dog’s eyes. All the villains in the show are just normal people, but to a little dog they seem scary. They don’t actually live in the middle of Nowhere, but since his owners are too old to take him outside for walks, he only knows what’s around his immediate property, and everything beyond that is nothing because he’s never seen it.” — DiggaDoug492

“The Jetsons and the Flintstones are two portions of the same society. The people living in Bedrock are actually members of a far future (one may say post-human) society that have rejected the day to day electronic assistance to live like their long-dead ancestors did (or at least what they think they lived like; history has lost a bit in translation). This explains the talking animals: They’re just synthetic creations. It’s been so long since any actual animal lived that didn’t have human communication bred/written into it that the ‘ferals’ don’t realize how silly it is to be talking with creatures that didn’t even exist alongside early humans.” — Steeze_McQueen

“Will was murdered on the basketball court in West Philly. The taxi driver is God (that’s why we felt that the cab was different or ‘rare’). God takes him heaven where he lives in a mansion with his wealthy aunt and uncle and slowly works out his issues and hardships.” — Mattyx6427

“Scooby doesn’t really talk. Shaggy is a ventriloquist, he uses ventriloquism several times in the show.” — mstrbshr