There are some situations that feel too convenient to be pure coincidence.
When things simply fall into place, and all the players seem to randomly be at the right place at the right time (or the wrong place at the wrong time) it can conjure up a lot of questions. And while strange and seemingly cosmic coincidences surround us all the time, the general blanket of something being coincidental can also be used to cover up a multitude of situations.
Looking back with 20/20 hindsight can lend a lot of insight into bizarre and suspicious circumstances, especially when it comes to notable moments in history.
In a popular Reddit thread, people shared the most suspicious coincidences in history, and why they set off the alarm bells.
Nixon's secretary, Rosemary Woods, was transcribing audio tapes relating to Watergate, when she was interrupted by a phone call. Because of the distraction she pressed the wrong button and "accidentally" erased 18 minutes.