The Museum of Hoaxes
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A black lion: real or fake?
Taco Bells buys the Liberty Bell, 1996
The Stone-Age Tasaday Hoax, 1971
The Sandpaper Test, 1960
Dog wins art contest, 1974
Jean Gauntt, the Immortal Baby, 1939
The worms inside your face
Adolf Hitler Baby Photo Hoax, 1933
Monkeys pick cotton, a 19th-century urban legend
The Crown Prince Regent of Thulia, 1954
Belle de Jour Commentary
The Guardian invited Cynthia Payne, "Britain's best-known madam," to comment on the Belle de Jour weblog, i.e. did she think it's really written by a London call girl, or is it all the product of some writer's imagination. Payne declares that it's "a load of rubbish."
Categories: Identity/Imposters, Sex/Romance
Posted by The Curator on Mon Mar 29, 2004
Comments (2)
your call girl blog looks just like this one:
Posted by Ross  in  london ontario  on  Wed Mar 31, 2004  at  09:38 PM
I always hoped this would be a hoax, because of the descriptions of unsafe sex. No working girl in her right mind would do the things described on that journal, not in the age of AIDS. It made everyone who had to get such a job look like an idiot.
Posted by Some ol' rat  on  Fri Apr 09, 2004  at  02:31 AM
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