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Conspiracy Theorists Accuse Wayfair of Selling Missing Children Online (15 Pics)

Wayfair, the place to buy discount furniture online, is now being followed by a conspiracy theory that claims they sell children through their website to wealthy people who will do whatever they want with them.

Some believe the purchasers use the kids for sex, others to syphon adrenaline from their adrenal glands, which they can then turn into adrenochrome and sell to A-list celebrities looking to retain their youth.

The whole conspiracy is only a few days old, so there haven't been many developments, but the basic idea is that Wayfair posts phony listings of large industrial cabinets with vaguely human names like "Samiyah" and "Yaritza" for $15,000.

But if you buy one of those "cabinets," you'll receive a child instead.

Read on for all the details or click here to unplug your brain for a while.
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