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The man has shadows on his clothing inconsistent with the surrounding lighting, and he has no shadow on the wall behind him. It's all a hoax, isn't it, my lord? In an instance of a hoax, an object, or event, is not what it appears to be, or what it is claimed to be - for example, "snake oil which was sold by 19th century traveling salesman in the United States as a cure-all. See also * Conspiracy theory * Counterfeit * Famous April Fool's Day jokes * Fictitious entry * Forgery * Impostors * List of hoaxes * Pseudoscience * Scam * Simulated reality * Urban legend * Virus hoax * Website spoofing Footnotes References * Curtis Peebles. Though he said he trusted the intelligence community's conclusion that Russia did interfere, he repeated a claim that other parties could have been involved in the meddling. The television set appears to be hung on the wall without any apparent means of supporting mechanisms, and the shadow is wrong. American con artist George.
Ml The War of the Worlds, search on "South America". In fact, there is often a mixture of outright hoax, and suppression and management of information to give the desired impression. It differs from magic in that the audience is unaware of being deceived - whereas in watching a magician perform a magical act, the audience expects to be tricked. Well, if the Arabic threats turn out to be a hoax, we could be dealing with homegrown terrorists. Rosie Ruiz finished first in the women's division of the 1980 Boston Marathon by riding the subway to a point near the finish line and jumping back into the race. Despite repeated announcements within the program that it was a work of fiction, many listeners tuning in during the program believed that the world was being attacked by invaders from Mars.