A collection of typographical errors.
How to defend yourself if you're attacked by an anaconda.
Calamity strikes at pianist Myron Kropp's recital in Bangkok.
"Actual" headlines from 1997 newspapers.
Australian programmers added armed kangaroos to a military defense simulation program.
The 'SBF' in a personals ad turns out to be a female labrador retriever.
ATM embedded in rancher's tombstone doles out weekly stipends to heirs.
Trombonist triggers catastrophe by placing a firecracker in the bell of his instrument.
Article bemoans the plight of childless couples.
Despite the best efforts of diligent armies of proofreaders, plenty of slip-ups and mistakes find their way into print. Some of these goofs turn out to be quite amusing, and a few have achieved legendary status. Newspapers and magazines are also notorious for slipping up and running apocryphal stories from time to time. And then there are the fictitious items that supposedly ran in the news but really didn't. Which ones are real, and which ones are imposters? Who knows? Here we're not concerned with such trifling details.