The photo of a gloved hand holding what appears to be an ancient (or alien) cell phone has been heavy shared on social media since late 2015. It’s also not real.
A photo of a bloody dog has been circulating on Facebook with a caption that the animal was beaten with a hammer after chewing “mommy’s slippers.”
A roundup of the most popular fake stories online this week. And hopefully you are able to read this from an iPhone that wasn’t set to 1970.
A photo circulating online allegedly shows oranges from Libya which were said to be injected with HIV-positive blood. Another image set shows bananas which supposedly shows “blood spots” in them.
A meme suggests that you can get a special theme on your iPhone by setting the date to 1970. It’s a trick that could ruin your device.
Today we look at claims that the “Tree Lobster” is one of the rarest insects in the world, believed to be extinct since 1930 until its recent rediscovery.
An online graphic and associated narrative promotes the dangers of eating baby carrots. Is this true or fake? Today we take a closer look at this rumor.
A video allegedly shows a “weird cloud” which fell from the sky. Today we’ll take a closer look at this classic viral video.