Nothing beats the speech Crash Davis gives about his beliefs in the movie Bull Durham. You remember the speech, the one that made Susan Sarandon swoon "Oh my" when he said he believes in "long slow deep soft wet kisses that last three days." That made a believer out of me! Davis' beliefs are normal, more in line with a good number of Americans. But it's the small percentages that yield the really interesting results.
A survey, conducted by Public Policy Polling, tried to figure out exactly what crazy stuff people out there believe. And, the results were shocking.
According to a new survey, four percent of Americans believe that “shape-shifting reptilian people” rule the world. Seriously. That's not all.
- 14 percent believe Bigfoot lives.
- 5 percent think Paul McCartney died and was secretly replaced by the Beatles in 1966.
- 21 percent of Americans believe aliens crashed at Roswell.
- 7 percent think the moon landing was faked. (New York Daily News)