Tag Archives: Satire
The “[VIDEO] UFO Buried In Ice – Spotted On Google Earth” hoax has been around for quite some years. It has now been republished by satirical web publication DailyBuzzLive who makes a living by spewing off false information.
A satire article called “Woman Eats Nothing But Dog and Cat Food for 30 Days Straight: Find Out Why” published by satirical web publication DailyBuzzLive claims that a woman ate nothing but pet food in order to encourage pet owners to read the ingredients on pet food bags before purchasing them.
An internet hoax created by satirical web publication Daily Buzz Live claims that planetary alignment on Jan 4, 2015 will decrease gravity for 5 minutes causing partial weightlessness. This is entirely false.
An internet hoax first published by satire publication clickhole.com claims that “The Spider Eggs They Used To Fill Beanie Babies Are Finally Hatching!” This is not true.
You may have heard stories about Fireball whiskey containing Antifreeze. Claims made about Fireball also state that the whiskey has been internationally recalled. This is not particularly true, but it’s not entirely false.
A Judd Nelson death hoax is circulating on Facebook via a fake Fox News website (foxnews.es). The Judd Nelson death hoax claims that the ‘Brat Pack’ actor from the Breakfast Club was found dead in his Los Angeles condo.
One of the latest hoaxes claims that a man walked into a haunted house with a chainsaw and murdered 7 people. This is false. This fraudulent story has been circulating for many years and is fully researched as a hoax.
An internet hoax claims that 5 people were murdered in an Arkansas Haunted House with a chainsaw. This is entirely false and is a hoax that has been in circulation and reformatted for over 10 years.
A hoax created by nationalreport.com claims that “Dallas Cancels Halloween Amid Ebola Concerns.” This is false, Dallas has not cancelled Halloween. Nationalreport.com is a satire web publication who regularly publishes fake, dishonest, and misleading content.
An internet hoax claims that a CDC exposed Ebola vaccinations for containing RFID chips used to identify those who have been inoculated and those who have not. Further stating that individuals who refuse to receive the Ebola vaccination will face serious hurdles in gaining employment, visiting public places, obtaining future medical care, and even potential prison time.
An internet hoax published by Huzlers.com and thenewsnerd.com is attempting to claim that Notorious B.I.G.’s son CJ Wallace has proposed to longtime boyfriend Jason Wertz. This is entirely false.
The latest hoax claims that “Rapper Gucci Mane Mysteriously Diagnosed With Ebola In Prison.” The misleading article was first published by satire website Huzlers.com.