Max Landis Penned a 150-Page Conspiracy Theory About Carly Rae Jepsen

"If you're one of the brave souls who starts at page one and finishes at page done, you will be floored"
Max Landis Penned a 150-Page Conspiracy Theory About Carly Rae Jepsen
From Paul McCartney's purported death to Gucci Mane's clone, conspiracy theories in the world of music are nothing new. But in between writing for film and television, Max Landis has somehow found time to author a 150-page theory on Canadian pop star Carly Rae Jepsen.

Landis' "living document" is hosted through a titled A Scar No One Else Can See, where he maps out his theory titled "The Jepsen Pattern." Through the theory, he argues that Jepsen has been secretly singing about the same thing over and over again.

A video intro to the theory, which can be viewed below, finds Landis spouting off about his theory while he's put into a straightjacket. He calls Jepsen "a pop star who sings the same story again and again on all of her songs: three albums, two EPs, dozens of singles, and all of her unreleased music, even her covers, even her TV show theme, even her Christmas music."

"What you're looking at, what you're about to read, is a living document," the site reads. "I wrote it as I researched, and it is not without growing pains. You are experiencing a living document; you will be discovering the phenomenon alongside me. As you proceed through the manuscript, you'll see my formatting and song analysis evolve."

It continues, "If you give this your time, if you're one of the brave souls who starts at page one and finishes at page done, you will be floored. Or, at the very least, you will understand why this was all worth it."

Should you be game for all 150 pages, you can find The Jepsen Pattern in PDF format here, or read some excerpts through Landis' site.

Thanks to EW for the tip.