A popular internet hint claims that a homemade deicer can be created using a mixture of Dawn dish soap, rubbing alcohol, and hot water. We put this hint to the test.
A news item circulating online states that 42 million Americans were killed during Black Friday. Is this true or false?
A decades-old urban legend states that a woman attempted to commit suicide by jumping off of the Eiffel Tower, but survived after landing on a car, and married the car’s owner. Is this true or false?
A news story found online claims that a 179 year old man is living in India.
A classic fake photo shows Venice, Italy completely frozen over.
Can coughing during the onset of heart attack symptoms while alone save your life, as a common internet helpful hint suggests?
A common belief is that tryptophan found in turkey is the cause of lethargy after a Thanksgiving meal. Is this true or simply a holiday myth?
Does KFC use “genetically manipulated organisms” instead of “real” chicken, as a common claim on the internet states? Another rumor holds that the company must use the name “KFC” because it can no longer use the word “chicken” in its name.