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The boy with the golden tooth, 1593
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Tourist Guy 9/11 Hoax, Sep 2001
Actress who claimed she was kidnapped by puritans, 1950
Princess Caraboo, servant girl who became a princess, 1817
The Case of the Vanishing Belly Button, 1964
Script of Casablanca rejected, 1982
Life discovered on the moon, 1835
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More about Hunting for Bambi
Suspicions that Hunting for Bambi is a hoax seem to be growing. If the company is for real then it should be easy enough for them to prove it. Show that you're signing people up for new 'hunts.' Produce the accounting records to prove that you've taken people's money for hunts in the past. But of course they won't do that. These hoaxes always work the same way. Stall and delay for as long as possible while you milk the controversy for all the publicity you can get. KLAS-TV, the Las Vegas station that originally aired the story, discovered that the company behind Hunting for Bambi, only has a business license that allows it to sell videos, not to operate a sexually-oriented business nor to run paintball games. So if they are actually doing this, they're doing it without the proper licenses.
Categories: Advertising, Sex/Romance
Posted by The Curator on Fri Jul 18, 2003
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