• Hoaxes & Rumors
    Classic Hoax: Alien Autopsy

    In 1995, Fox television featured a program allegedly showing a military autopsy of an alien recovered from a 1947 flying saucer crash at Roswell, New Mexico.  Over a decade later in 2006, several people involved in creating the film came forward to admit the footage was a hoax. Today we take a look...

  • Health
    Does Wearing Copper Provide Any Health Benefits?

    Some say wearing copper helps with pain, arthritis, or body odor. Today we look at the concept that wearing copper can provide certain health benefits.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Classic Urban Legend: Wizard of Oz Munchkin Suicide

    A look at the classic urban legend which holds that a “munchkin” actor from the Wizard of Oz committed suicide on the set, and the body can be seen in the film.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Classic Hoax: Pouring Coke on Pork Makes Worms Appear

    A longstanding rumor claims that pouring Coke over raw pork will cause worms to emerge from the meat. Is this true or false?

  • Odd News
    Classic Odd News: Jurors Used Ouija Board In Murder Trial

    In 1994, a double murder suspect was granted a retrial because some jury members used a Ouija board to convict him.

  • Health
    Is Antibacterial Soap Bad For Your Health?

    Is antibacterial soap detrimental to your health? Today we look at some of the evidence in relation to Triclosan, a common ingredient in antibacterial soap.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Beautiful Golden Horse: Real or Hoax?

    Over the last three years, social media users have been stirred by pictures of a gleaming golden horse. Today we review the facts behind the picture.

  • Hoaxes & Rumors
    Poisoned Halloween Candy: A History of the Urban Legend

    Today we take a closer look at the long-standing and darkly paranoid urban legend of Halloween candy tainted with poisons, razors, and drugs.