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Mossback’s Northwest

The Northwest’s most notable hoaxes

Season: 2019
Eps: 8

Sometimes so-called “fake news” makes real news. We focus on three famous Seattle hoaxes that shook up the region: an April Fool’s report that the Space Needle had collapsed, a fake “grunge lexicon” that fooled the New York Times, and a prank that sold 83,000 cups of chowder.

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