Images of Venus the “two-faced cat” began circulating heavily online around 2012. These photos show a feline with a face featuring two different colors, separated by a straight line.
An image of a 50-foot crab, dubbed “Crabzilla” was reported in Whitstable harbour in Kent in October 2014. The photo went viral before being exposed as a fake.
A running recap of some of the more popular fake stories floating around the internet this week.
A graphic for a movie entitled Mean Moms has been circulating online since early 2015 which features Jennifer Anison, Sandra Bullock, and Cameron Diaz as the stars. Is this real or fake?
A vintage photo appears to show two children with their beheaded their mother. The photo, however, is not real.
A popular rumor which circulated online for years states that a woman died due to Leptospirosis, which was contracted from drinking out of a soda can covered in rat urine.
Social media is rife with fake news and bogus graphics. Here is a recap of what’s fake this week.
It was a busy week for fake news websites and hoaxters in general. Today we’ll recap some of the most popular fake stories making the rounds this week.