A fake article is circulating with claims that the Smithsonian has admitted to destroying thousands of giant skeletons since the early 1900’s.
A fake news article is circulating with the claim that the Ark of the Covenant has reportedly been stolen from Ethiopia.
Implying findings from the Biblical Exodus, a fake article claims that the remains of an ancient Egyptian army has been found in the Red Sea.
A fictitious article published today claims that a Catholic priest had converted to Islam after being in a coma for 17 months.
On October 4th of 2014, a fake article appeared claiming that a document had been discovered which described an eyewitness account of a miracle by Jesus.
Nearly two weeks ago, a fictitious article appeared claiming that the brother of a top ISIS leader had converted to Christianity. This article is fake.
A fake news article claims that TLC has canceled 19 Kids and Counting after discovering that Michelle Duggar gave birth to a racially mixed child.
A story circulating this week claims that a new video game to be released in December 2014 will encourage players to hunt Christians and Jews. The story, however, is fake.