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Mel Gibson | Print |

By Rich Buhler of TruthOrFiction.com.

You may have gotten a forwarded email that tells the dramatic behind-the-scenes story about the film The Man Without A Face, saying it is the dramatic true account of the life of actor Mel Gibson. The email claims to be a Paul Harvey The Rest Of The Story radio feature.

Is that Truth? Or Fiction?

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Presidential Coins | Print |

By Rich Buhler of TruthOrFiction.com.

You may have received a forwarded email that says a new $1 coin minted by the United States does not include the phrase “In God We Trust.”

Is that Truth? Or Fiction?

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Navitidad | Print |

By Rich Buhler of TruthOrFiction.com.

You may have received a forwarded email that claims that an artist starved a dog to death in Nicaragua as part of an art exhibition.

Is that Truth? Or Fiction?

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MasterCard Wedding | Print |

By Rich Buhler of TruthOrFiction.com.

You may have received a forwarded email that tells the story of what is now being called “The MasterCard wedding” where an angry groom unmasked his unfaithful bride.

Is that Truth? Or Fiction?

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Butt Spider | Print |

Butt Spider

By Rich Buhler of TruthOrFiction.com.

You may have received a forwarded email that warns of a dangerous spider found nesting under toilet seats in Illinois and Florida.

Is that Truth? Or Fiction?

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Eddie Rickenbacker | Print |
Truth! or Fiction! The hottest rumors, hoaxes, scams, urban legends, virus warnings, and stories circulating right now on the Internet By Rich Buhler of TruthOrFiction.com. You may have received a forwarded email that tells the story of the old man who used to stand at the end of a pier once a week and feed shrimp to sea gulls while whispering “Thank you” to them. Is that Truth? Or Fiction? The answer is: Truth! The this popular forwarded email is actually an excerpt from a book written by minister and inspirational writer Max Lucado. It tells how the old man would appear on the end of the pier every Friday with a bucket of shrimp. Soon the sea gulls would gather and he would feed the entire contents of the bucket to the birds. Anyone standing close enough to him could hear him say “thank you” to the birds.
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Ashley Flores | Print |

Is that Truth?  Or Fiction? 

The answer is: Fiction! 

This is another of those false Internet rumors that just refuses to die.  It’s been circulating since 2006 but is one of the hottest eRumors on the net right now. 


 
 
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Slow Dance | Print |

You may have received a forwarded email with a moving poem that encourages people to live life more fully and slowly, said to have been written by a young girl dying of cancer. 

Is that Truth?  Or Fiction? 

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The Littlest Firefighter | Print |

You may have gotten a forwarded email about “The Littlest Firefighter,” a Phoenix boy who died of cancer but was first given a taste of what it was like to be what he had always dreamed of becoming.

 
Is that Truth?  Or Fiction? 

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