The photos and articles surrounding giant humanoid skeletal remains uncovered in archaeological digs are all fake and created via a precise and creative use of Photoshop, according to Snopes. The original picture that sp... More »

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As of 2014, there are no authentic giant human skeletons. Pictures of giant human skeletons, purportedly from India, Greece, Saudia Arabia or Niger, are actually digitally altered images. More »

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In 2004 and again in 2007, a photograph of a giant skeleton circulated on the Internet. Several articles claimed the photograph showed a discovery made by a National Geographic Society Team. More »

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As of 2014, there are no authentic giant human skeletons. Pictures of giant human skeletons, purportedly from India, Greece, Saudia Arabia or Niger, are actually digitally altered images. More »

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About.com features multiple articles in its Paranormal section that detail "true and scary" ghost stories. Ghost-Mysteries.com is a website that allows users to submit personal ghost experiences for others to read, and h... More »

www.reference.com World View Paranormal

While it is impossible to prove conclusively that no one has ever had true psychic abilities, such abilities have never been demonstrated in credible, repeatable laboratory experiments. Psychic powers, such as mind readi... More »

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Though a long standing part of Irish folklore, there is no evidence that leprechauns are real. According to the various myths, they are small, brightly dressed men (either fairies or sprites) who often did work for human... More »