Was That Fake? - crown jewels in biscuit tins

Was That Fake?

Did musician Dolly Parton say California’s recent natural disasters are punishment for embracing Satan? An article from YourNewsWire.com is being heavily shared. That website is one of those parody news sites. Snopes dug around and said they can’t find any proof that the singer ever made such a claim. They also pointed out that she raised a lot of money for disaster victims in Tennessee a couple years back.

Was That Fake?

A mugshot that’s good for business? You may have seen a woman’s mugshot making the rounds on social media. This one is real. This woman was arrested in North Carolina and officers had posted her photo on Twitter. She then retweeted it, promoting her hair braiding business by adding #braidsbyshia. She said business has been even better since and she is booked for weeks. She felt officers were trying to embarrass her, so she took matters into her own hands and turned the game in her favor.

Was That Fake?

There’s a story going around that says during World War II, the British royal family hid crown jewels in biscuit tins to hide them from the Nazis. This one is real and Queen Elizabeth just learned about it. A documentary is being filmed about the royal family. The priceless jewels were hidden in tins and buried under Windsor Castle. Now we wait to see what is ultimately found.

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