Hoax and Chain Letter Info
The HoaxKill service was created to help you identify hoaxes and to actively combat them. To find out if a message is a hoax, you can look for it on their website. If it's not there, you can send it to them for verification. Once you are certain that a message is a hoax, you can send it to to them and their software will then extract the addresses of all previous recipients from the message and inform them all that the message is a hoax.
Urban Legends Reference Pages
Truth About Virus Myths & Hoaxes
Urban Legends and Warnings (Includes LSD and Strychnine on Payphone Buttons, HIV Infected Needles Everywhere, Racist Social Security Number and lots more)
- Chain Letters (includes Charity Hoaxes, Petitions and Prayer Requests)
- Jokes (Beware of Geeks Bearing Gifts, IRS, All in One)
- Miscellaneous (Hacker Hoaxes, Trojan Hoaxes, Reward Hoaxes, True Hoaxes)