A profile of a previously unknown rookie pitcher for the Mets who dropped out of Harvard, made a spiritual quest to Tibet, and somewhere along the line figured out how to throw a baseball much, much faster than anyone else on Earth.
Uncovering the real story behind Capote’s Hand-Carved Coffins.
Alex Malarkey co-wrote a bestselling book about a near-death experience. Last week he admitted he made it up. Why wasn’t anyone listening to a quadriplegic boy and a mother who simply wanted to tell the truth?
Is a well-received work of William Faulkner scholarship a hoax?
On the science of being fooled.
The first principle is that you must not fool yourself--and you are the easiest person to fool.
An investigation into a scholarly hoax.
In 1913, Joe Knowles became a media sensation after fleeing into the Maine woods wearing nothing but a jockstrap. Two months and one bear-clubbing incident later, the “Nature Man” returned to civilization as a hero. But was it all hoax?
On an affliction for the digital age, “Munchausen by internet.”
He confessed to more than 30 murders. But Thomas Quick (also known as Sture Bergwall) may not have committed any of them.