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A Japanese company has developed a spray which simulates the smell of a cat’s forehead.
A mom shaved her 7-year old daughter’s head and told her she was dying in a cancer fundraising scam.
An Oklahoma man was kidnapped and forced to do household chores by his five captors.
A passenger train smashed into a trailer truck, detaching the trailer and injuring the driver, in the Czech Republic.
A YouTube group has successfully created a McDonald’s chicken nugget vending machine made entirely out of Legos.
Did President Obama remove flags in the White House and replace them with a “Muslim Prayer Curtain”?
A story reported by major news outlets claims that Mexican drug lord El Chapo has declared war on ISIS. The story, however, is a hoax.
A photo allegedly shows a modern hipster who traveled back in time to the 1940’s. Is the photo real or fake?
A photo circulating online shows a gun which appears to be sold by Tiffany & Co. Today we examine if this this gun is real or fake.
A post which has circulated online for years claims you can determine which bread on the shelf is freshest simply by looking at the color of the twist tie on the packaging.
A graphic which has circulated for several years allegedly shows a WD-40 ad from 1964 rife with sexual innuendos.
A popular and long-running rumor states that if you enter your PIN at an ATM in reverse, it will serve as a panic code to summon the police.