A film allegedly shows a living woolly mammoth filmed in Siberia in 1943 by a Nazi photographer. Is this film real or fake?
A graphic circulating on social media suggests that a “well to hell” has been found by geologists drilling in Siberia. Today we’ll examine this story.
A video posted in late 2012 supposedly shows a man who “teleported” into the scene on a bicycle from behind another man on screen. Today we’ll take a look at this video.
In late 2014, reports out of Russia told of a boy who became “magnetic” after receiving an electrical shock. It once again highlighted one of the longest-running hoaxes in history: human magnetism.
It is claimed that Russia is the same size as (or bigger than) Pluto. Today we’ll take a closer look at this claim.
A meteor exploded over Russia on February 15, 2013, shattering windows, damaging buildings, and injuring around 1500 people. The meteor was caught on tape by several cameras. Today we take a look back at that once-in-a-century event.
A video shows a man being torn apart and eaten alive by zombies, caught on tape by Russian military night vision. Today we’ll take a closer look at the video and its source.
A terrifying tale recounts the story of a 1940s Russian sleep experiment in which five people were kept awake for fifteen days, followed by a horrifying chain of events. Is this story real or fake?