The famous Internet video about Teresa Fidalgo was written and produced by Portuguese producer David Rebordão, and it is not a true story. The video is filmed as a recovered footage video in the same vein as the "Blair W... More »

The story of Carmen Winstead is not true. It is an urban legend that circulated as a chain letter on social media platforms beginning in 2006. There is no record of a girl named Carmen Winstead being pushed down a sewer ... More »

Snopes is one of the great Internet arbitrators of whether or not a story is true or false. The site carries a large number of stories that are either true or false, and it clearly identifies which are which for readers. More »

Roswell, New Mexico, is the site of a supposed UFO crash in 1947, and a 1990s alien autopsy video purports to show alien bodies retrieved from the crash. Area 51 is allegedly where the government stores and researches al... More »

An online reading from a medium is obtained by contacting one through a website and initiating the reading through chat, video chat or email. As of 2015, mediums are available on websites such as Elios-Medium.com, Scient... More »

The online video, "The Grifter," is an urban legend, a video of unknown origins that reportedly features disjointed footage of horrific scenes including satanic worship, torture, human sacrifice and disgusting images. It... More »

One anonymous near-death experience story submitted by an anonymous male to the International Association of Near-Death Studies describes how he died momentarily during a snorkeling accident and traveled to his mother's ... More »