Urban Legends Reference Pages: Daily Snopes: ()   Kids Covering Their Drug Tracks   (Boca Raton News)
  • Hundreds of websites provide products to allegedly foil a drug test with a 95 percent success rate.

  •   British Prisoners Escape — To Seek Rougher Jail Elsewhere   (Agence France Presse)
  • A pair of prisoners at a British low-security open jail have escaped, but only to knock on the door of a more secure prison nearby and ask to be detained there instead.

  •   Escaped Demon Reported in Casper   (Casper Star-Tribune)
  • There's something spooky going on in Casper, according to the Weekly World News, but local residents and law enforcement officials say they're skeptical of the tabloid's tale.

  •   Official Chicken Catcher Feels Heat from Threats, Vandals   (Knight Ridder)
  • Woe to be a chicken catcher in a city inordinately fond of its wild fowl.

  •   Cryptic Code Stumps Experts   (Associated Press)
  • The experts who cracked Nazi Germany's secret codes are tackling a 10-letter enigma that has stumped fine minds for more than 250 years — D.O.U.O.S.V.A.V.V.M.

  •   Gay Marriage Is on the Cards   (Reuters)
  • "Here come the brides" — that's the message inside one of a new line of gay-themed greeting cards that are filling a small but growing niche as same-sex marriage becomes a reality.

  •   Man Skips Sentencing to Play Poker in Las Vegas   (Associated Press)
  • A man scheduled to be sentenced for masterminding an illegal million-dollar investment scheme went to Las Vegas instead to play poker.