These posts claim that a man has gone missing in several different UK locations, but use photographs of different men from the US.
Is the Speedway gas and convenience store chain giving $500 gift cards to consumers who answer three questions as part of a price-gouging lawsuit settlement? No, that's not true: The post is a hoax. There is no evidence on Speedway's offi
The post includes a picture of a boy who it says is from Derbyshire and called Brayden. In fact the picture shows an American boy called Kai seven years ago.
When asked to admit her claims of “litter boxes” in schools were a hoax, a right-wing Tennessee lawmaker instead shifted to claiming she was told about “leashes” instead. The Tennessee Holler news outlet posted footage of an int
Amid continuing criticism and demands — even from local party members — that he leave office, a video circulating online shows right-wing Rep. George Santos (R-New York) appearing at a January 5 2021 rally and falsely claiming that an elect
Did an American doctor admit on video that he created the HIV and AIDS viruses in a U.S. military medical laboratory, Fort Detrick, so that they could be used as biological weapons for depopulating the world? No, that's not true: Dr. Robe
The posts, which claim to be from someone looking for their missing grandfather, feature an image of a man who passed away earlier this year.
The picture accompanying the post was taken from an article about a dog attack in Northern Ireland.
A small spike in the snow cover extent in mid-November 2022 has been misrepresented to claim that global warming and climate change are not real.
Did WikiLeaks in December of 2022 release Apollo 11 "moon landing cut scenes filmed in Nevada desert," proving that the moon landing never happened and was instead staged for filming right here on Earth? No, that's not true: The video in
The celebrity death hoax has long been a clickbait staple, but recently one network has taken it to extremes, using scores of websites to host its content and an automated army of bots to push the links into Facebook groups. Many Facebook
“If outer space was a vacuum, astronauts would train in vacuum chambers. Not in swimming pools. Outer Space is a hoax.”
Do the "unevolved" lifeforms shown in a social media video prove that evolution is a hoax? No, that's not true: Not all change is external and not all change happens within the time parameters outlined for the flora and fauna shown in the
Does a video that shows a stage-lighting support hitting an astronaut as he descends onto what appears to be the moon's surface prove that Apollo 11's July 20, 1969, moon landing was fake? No, that's not true: This video was produced as a
Facebook users who appeared to be African scammers kept changing the town name when reposting this real story about a bear being found in a car.
If only "copypasta" worked that way.
Video shows “California sets their own forest fires and claims them as climate change effects.”
Photo shows a taxi driver in New York City who “drives around taking people to kill.”
Meta has never announced any plans that they would start charging users to be on Facebook.
Buzz Aldrin admitted that the moon landing “didn’t happen.”
More than a dozen relatives of the 26 shooting victims showed up to observe his often contentious testimony in Waterbury Superior Court.
Does a viral video describing a father's "deathbed confession" prove the U.S. government faked the 1969 moon landing? No, that's not true: There is a significant amount of evidence that NASA landed on the moon and experts Lead Stories spo
Celebrities, royalty, sports personalities — all have been unwitting victims.
Numerous eyewitness accounts of the 9/11 attacks have been recorded in official public testimony.
As of this writing, there has yet to be an official announcement of her death.
"Monkeypox is a complete, fake sham” that’s “designed to force lockdowns, mandates and shots.”
Does a reflection in an astronaut's helmet visor from the Apollo 17 moon landing prove that it was a hoax? No, that's not true: The reflection seen in astronaut Gene Cernan's helmet visor shows astronaut Harrison Schmidt standing in front
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Did the Smithsonian Institute admit to destroying thousands of giant human skeletons? Did the U.S. Supreme Court order the Smithsonian to release classified documents that would prove this? No, neither are true: A representative for the S
Do recently declassified behind-the-scenes film clips show that the moon landing was really a hoax -- that it was actually filmed on a movie set here on Earth? No, that's not true: This does not show the staging of a massive hoax. These c
A photo shows two men on the run who pretend to be homeless and then “attack and rob you.”
Was Samzuki Hydaiko identified as the person who shot former prime minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe? No, that's not true: A man named Tetsuya Yamagishi was taken into custody by security officers at the scene of the shooting. A gun that appe
YouTube users reported seeing an ad that falsely claimed Carrey, the famous movie star and stand-up comedian, had experienced a "heartbreaking passing."
A doctor at the Mayo Clinic is misdiagnosing pregnancies of Trump supporters so they have abortions.
Was this an actual child mermaid who cried in distress with the voice of a pig, reeled in or washed up on a beach in Africa, amazing onlookers who poked and videoed the half-human half-fish creature without trying to help? No, that's not
Photos of monkeypox lesions prove the current virus outbreak is a hoax.
The “Franklin scandal” broke in 1989 “when hundreds of children were apparently flown around the US to be abused by high ranking ‘Establishment’ members."
An image of overturned cars in front of what looks like a building is spreading online as evidence that the war in Ukraine is a hoax. “I want to buy […] The post A photo of intact windows in Bucha is being used to claim the war in Ukraine i