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The boy with the golden tooth, 1593
Adolf Hitler Baby Photo Hoax, 1933
Rachael Ray cooks her family and her dog
Did Paul McCartney die on Nov. 9, 1966?
The Great Space Monkey Hoax, 1953
The Case of the Vanishing Belly Button, 1964
The Diaphote, a television hoax, 1880
Lord Gordon-Gordon, robber of the robber barons, 1871
The most sacred relic: the Holy Foreskin, circa 800 AD
The Crown Prince Regent of Thulia, 1954
UFO Attracting Device
image This isn't, strictly speaking, a hoax, because I'm quite sure that its creators are serious about it. It's a UFO Attracting Device "equipped with colored strobe lights, low-powered lasers, a radio transmitter and a series of gauges said to track atmospheric changes common to extraterrestrial encounters." It was originally built by Myron 'Mike' Muckerheide, but was then purchased by Julie 'Jitterbug' Pearce. I would definitely buy this thing, if given a chance. But instead of using it to attract UFOs, I'd use it to drive my neighbors crazy. Whenever they play their music too loud, I'd crank up my UFO Attractor and drown them out. If a UFO happened to land in their backyard as a consequence, all the better. (via The Anomalist)
Categories: Extraterrestrial Life
Posted by The Curator on Wed Aug 11, 2004
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