Unicorn Caught on YouTube Turns Out To Be Hoax

A crack report by The Washington Post blog reveals that the unicorn caught on tape below is… a covert promotion by The Ontario Science Center. The bogus release (read here) was timed with an exhibition called “Mythic Creatures: Dragons, Unicorns & Mermaids.” According to The Post, a Science Center spokesperson conceded the unicorn sighting may have something to do with that.

In related news, the Montauk Monster is fake and so is the Loch Ness monster. But not leprechauns – especially the gay ones.

An artists depiction of the mythical creature. No news from Washington Post as to whether artist was stoned at the time.

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2 thoughts on “Unicorn Caught on YouTube Turns Out To Be Hoax”

  1. why would they do this to us? And why in the world would you say that all gay leprechauns are real? Im pretty sure that lesbian leprechauns are a hoax – I have yet to come across one.

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