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A strange tree was formed decades ago by a meticulous grafting technique. It is called the “Basket Tree.”
The Cardiff Giant is considered to be one of the greatest American hoaxes. It was conceived by atheist George Hull after an argument at a Methodist revival.
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.
A graphic shows a smartphone screen and asks us to determine how many 3’s can be seen. A similar graphic shows a smartphone screen and asks us to count how many times we see the number 4.
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.
A graphic shows several watermelons which have been cut into halves and three-quarters. We are asked to determine how many watermelons are in the picture.