Too many fake (small) stories

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So hard to keep up with the suspicious or look-like-fake local stories.

Once more I ask: is this to just fill the void of nothing happening or to raise tension and stress in society?

Another five victims — including Mohan, the 22-year-old who lived across the hall from where the murders took place; and 55-year-old fireplace

www2.macleans.ca/2013/12/18/b-…

A dentist has been charged with voyeurism after employees found a video camera hidden in an office bathroom in Pickering.

www.torontosun.com/2013/12/17/…

From the same reporter, who may even be a sim himself, you can see other suspicious stories.

A nine-year-old boy is dead after what police are calling a “tragic accident” in a metal fabrication shop. The boy, whose name has not been released by Hamilton Police, was killed after a large piece of metal fell on him at the shop — located at 65 Imperial Dr. in Hamilton — around 1:45 p.m. Sunday.

www.torontosun.com/2013/12/16/…

Check your own local area and try and sort the real from the fake. You’ll be surprised what you find. A little digging into the details and numerology will tell you the story is likely fake.

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1 thought on “Too many fake (small) stories

  1. cjcolumjaddica

    Many times some of the quoted bystanders or persons who provided eyewitness video/images in these stories work in PR or media production.

    Just take a name from a story, not one of the main characters, and plug it into Google.

    I didn’t try that with these stories but I do it on a regular basis with interesting results.

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