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Can you see why some of the world's best monster photos are really
frauds and hoaxes?
- Is this Noah's
This is a genuine photo of a genuine rock formation in Turkey that
many have claimed is the remains of Noah's Ark. Let's fakebust the
Ness monster (photo number 1)
The most famous Loch Ness monster photo. It was allegedly taken by
a surgeon at Invermoriston in 1933, but a deathbed confession blew this
Ness monster (photo number 2)
The second-most famous Nessie photo. It was actually taken in Sri
Lanka, and it wasn't a plesiosaur. It wasn't even a
sculpture of WTC plane attack on 9/11
Many people think this photo is a fake, but it's not. It's a
genuine sand scupture of how a well-known sand artist imagined the
terrorist attack on New York's World Trade Center on September 11,
- Tourist at
World Trade Center on September 11, 2001
At the exact minute Muslim terrorists flew planes into the World
Trade Center in 2001, this guy was allegedly standing on the
observation deck of the WTC in front of one of the planes, quietly
having his photo taken. Yeah, right!
Shroud of Turin
Feelings run strong on whether the Shroud of Turin is genuine or
bogus. There is strong evidence for both sides, but both can't be right.
croc invades Fraser Island
This is fake photo evidence of a crocodile on a beach that even
fooled the local newspaper.
Covers the 2008 hoax, and the story of the original hoax that
still fools millions.
UFO (and how UFO photos have been faked)
Taken in Queensland, Australia, this article shows one of the best
UFO photos we have seen. But the photo uses trickery that wasn't
available to earlier con-artists.
in South Africa
One of the best pteranodon/pterodactyl fake photos in the world.
We'll show you how to fakebust it.
washed up on beach
Millions who weren't aware of the original photo were sucked in by
this bogus picture of a “plesiosaur” on a beach.
in jungle village
Here's a rare photo of a dinosaur ambling through a jungle village.
This is an excellent hoax based on a dinosaur that many people know
- The John T.
Scopes 1925 UFO
This photo of the central character in the famous “evolution
monkey trial” of 1925 shows a UFO in the background. We found
it on a university website and have now fakebusted it!
This is a very good fabricated photo allegedly of an extinct
plesiosaur swimming behind a diver in the Pacific Ocean. But let's
fakebust it anyway.
iceberg above and below the water
A full iceberg? Not likely, but this photo swept the world in
emails and has hoodwinked millions.
This pathetic photo of a mammoth is so bad that we
still have trouble believing that anyone thought it was genuine. It
is an extremely amateurish attempt to add fur to an elephant, yet
it fooled some.
South China Tiger
A Chinese farmer was jailed in September 2008 for selling these
fake photos of the rare, or extinct, South China tiger to China's
Shaanxi Forestry Department.
Archaeopteryx is an extinct bird known only from fossils,
so if this photo was real it should have reaped millions from
science journals and newspapers instead of just doing the rounds in
- Sahara sail
Hmmm. What can we say? How many were conned by this plastic
dinosaur superimposed on a genuine background?
A small dinosaur in a forest clearing looked like the perfect
dinosaur shot. But we've fakebusted it!
Astute readers will realize that just because most of
the photos in this series are fakes, it does not mean every
sensational photo is a fraud. A picture of a living dinosaur may
still prove to be genuine. The purpose of analyzing these photos is
to show you some major areas to watch for — simply to help
you spot hoaxes.
Six myths series