Fake History: Ten Great Lies and How They Shaped the World
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Even these though are in some sense not quite genuine – a fossil bone is very much a real thing, but it’s no longer the original bone that was in an ancient animal, but
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As it turns out, though, it's not actually that easy to get permission to dig up a corpse, and Dillinger's family had to abandon the idea after a judge dismissed their case against the cemetery, which had denied permission for the exhumation.e. Pre-Columbian Africa-Americas contact theories, see Ancient Egyptian race controversy) ideas have been identified as pseudohistorical,   alongside the " Indigenous Aryans" theories published by Hindu nationalists during the 1990s and 2000s.
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After the astronauts step away, it stays in the same bent shape because of the partially-extended rod. History's "Mountain Men" is totally about history, because it features people pretending like they are living in the 17th century .National Geographic reported that Japanese military blogger Kota Yamano decided to do a little fact-checking on Earhart's fate. Another example of historical revisionism is the thesis, found in the writings of David Barton and others, asserting that the United States was founded as an exclusively Christian nation. In fact, Ruh believes that the Oak Island Map is actually a fabrication, created by someone in the 1970s (which, granted, does predate the Dollar Tree).
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A concept I read about on the internet long ago immediately popped into my mind, this had to be a deepfake. According to the LA Times, the only people who really paid attention to the series were the relatives of Lyndon B. Belief in Murray's alleged witch-cult is still prevalent among Wiccans,  but is gradually declining.
It was so compelling that some conspiracy theorists later wondered if the government had actually hired Kubrick to film the moon landing in a soundstage (possibly like the one James Bond ran through in the 1971 film Diamonds Are Forever). The book is regarded by modern critics as one of the earliest works of modern American pseudohistory. Works of pseudohistory often point exclusively to unreliable sources—including myths and legends, often treated as literal historical truth—to support the thesis being promoted while ignoring valid sources that contradict it.