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Here's a Collection of Fake Hurricane Photographs

Hurricanes tend to blow dozens of mislabeled and manipulated storm photographs around the internet.

Published Aug 28, 2019

UNITED STATES - AUGUST 25: In this NOAA handout image, NOAA's GOES East satellite capture of Hurricane Harvey shows the storm making landfall shortly after 8:00pm CDT on August 25, 2017 on the mid-Texas coast. Now at category 4 strength, Harvey's maximum sustained winds had increased to 130 miles per hour. (Photo by NASA/NOAA GOES Project via Getty Images)

Every summer when hurricanes start swirling in the world's oceans, internet users are subjected to a flood of fake photographs. Here's a look at some of the most popular miscaptioned, doctored, and outdated photographs that we've come across over the years.

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