Should you avoid taking a shower or bath during a thunderstorm? Today we’ll see what the experts say and take a closer look at...
Is chocolate good for your teeth? Today we’ll look at the results of diverse scientific studies that have been performed over the years.
A newspaper clipping has circulated online for years which highlights a statement which begins, “To all you hunters who kill animals for food…” Today we look at the origins of this clipping.
A long-standing rumor claims that Red Bull and other energy drinks contain bull semen. Is this true or false?
A Texas library’s resident cat must get a new home after a city council in voted to evict it. The mayor claims a spiteful city worker is the reason for the eviction.
A British firm has developed a perfume that replicates the smell of a comet’s surface.
A Matteson, Ill. resident has won the state’s lottery for a second time, using the same numbers he used when he won years ago.
Internet “Fact” and “Earth” pages often circulate incredible images showing terraced hills in Vietnam. Are these images real or fake?
A small Cambodian company has received attention from internet viewers via a series of videos showing their “cloud” making machine.
Today we examine a photo which has circulated on social media for years that seems to show Tupac Shakur and Osama Bin Laden shaking hands.
A news clipping online states that a church closed its food bank “because it attracted poor people.” Is the story real or a hoax?
In 1966, residents of Point Pleasant, WV claimed to see a large bird with a man’s body and a 10 foot wingspan. Local papers called the creature “Mothman.”
For over a decade, internet rumors have circulated about a mistake from the movie “Troy” in which an airplane is seen flying above Brad Pitt’s character.