Here is a selection of the most important "doubtful" news stories of the past week.
Fear of underground invasion from North Korea is unfounded The ever present dark cloud of invasion from the North prompts some South Koreans to diligently search for underground tunnels. Dowsers say they have located several but for many years there has been no evidence that such tunnels exist.
Pseudoscientific technology for Australian rugby team An Australian sports team is in the news sporting supposedly "banned" futuristic technology including "energizing blood chips". In a case of extremely sloppy and ridiculous reporting, we wonder if this was just a ploy to psych out other teams. The chip is reminiscent of Power Balance bands.
Ebola is a curse: Exorcism recommended by Liberian preacher A Liberian preacher believes that God's word tells him Ebola is a "Satanic mission" to destroy humanity. Oh, I don't know. Our own ignorance might be plenty enough to do that without involving the hand of Satan. He has proposed to the government to use soda pop to exorcise the cursed presidential palace.