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Hoax - "Breaking News - Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From the Sky In London or Texas"

The news article: "Breaking News: Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From The Sky In London, " is a hoax. The fake news article, spreading on social media websites like wildfire, claims a human-like angel has fallen out of the skies over Texas or London. It then claims the angel-like creature was quickly rushed away by undercover police officers dressed in suits and sunglasses.
Hoax - "Breaking News - Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From the Sky In London or Texas"
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Hoax - "Breaking News - Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From the Sky In London or Texas"


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Hoax - "Breaking News - Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From the Sky In London or Texas"

The news article: "Breaking News: Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From The Sky In London, " is a hoax. The fake news article, spreading on social media websites like wildfire, claims a human-like angel has fallen out of the skies over Texas or London. It then claims the angel-like creature was quickly rushed away by undercover police officers dressed in suits and sunglasses.

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Fallen Angel - Angel Sculpture
BREAKING NEWS: Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From The Sky In London
Right after NASA announced they had found Earth 2.0, an angel fell from the skies to our Earth.

But, the human-like creature is actually a sculpture created back in 2008 by Beijing artists, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu,who have been known to create artwork from real human corpses and flesh.

The fallen angel sculpture is made from silica gel, fiberglass, stainless steel and woven mesh.

Some fake-news websites will claim that the human-like "Angel" has fallen from the skies in Texas, while others claims the skies in London. The next fake-news website may put a different city.

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