A classic viral video allegedly shot from closed circuit camera shows a cyclist being saved from certain death by a supernatural being which teleports the person to safety at the last moment. Is it real or fake?
Did two cards from a 1995 card game accurately predict the 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon?
When the National Enquirer ran the infamous photo of Elvis Presley in his casket, conspiracy theorists immediately decried the photo as fake.
Today we’ll look at an image which has circulated on Facebook for years which shows a key chain being sold in China that contains a live baby turtle. Is this image real or fake?
A creature extinct for millions of years supposedly showed up alive in a Virginia river, as evidenced by a photo circulating online.
A video posted in late 2012 supposedly shows a man who “teleported” into the scene on a bicycle from behind another man on screen. Today we’ll take a look at this video.
In late 2014, reports out of Russia told of a boy who became “magnetic” after receiving an electrical shock. It once again highlighted one of the longest-running hoaxes in history: human magnetism.
An image shows a building which looks like a fingerprint when viewed from above. Is this building real or fake?