A “fact” on the internet states that a crayon will burn for about 30 minutes, and can be used in place of a traditional candle in an emergency.
A photo shows a group of people who have unearthed two giant human skulls. Is the photo real or fake?
A highly-cited “fact” states that deaths from falling coconuts greatly outnumbers deaths by shark attacks.
A film allegedly shows a living woolly mammoth filmed in Siberia in 1943 by a Nazi photographer. Is this film real or fake?
Seth MacFarlane narrowly avoided death when he missed Flight 11 on September 11, 2001. Today we take a closer look at his brush with death.
Today we look at the quote attributed to Henry Kissinger in which he allegedly stated that military men were “dumb, stupid animals.”
James Hydrick was a so-called psychic who rose to fame with his ability to move objects, only to be exposed as a fraud on national television.
Moments before John F. Kennedy was assassinated, an unknown woman in Oxnard, California told telephone operators that the President would be killed. The call remains a mystery to this day.