Hoaxes from the Philippines

Here's an interesting discussion of some historical hoaxes from the Philippines, specifically those perpetrated in the early twentieth century by Jose E. Marco, a philatelic forger.


Posted on Tue Jul 01, 2003


The philippines is a good home, so don't you dare judge her. the problem is the government, not the people, so why are you speaking like that as if you are perfect? what if i insulted your country of course you'll be mad! who are you to tell the philippines is not a good country?
Posted by not a good site  on  Fri Aug 24, 2007  at  06:35 AM
you "perfect" people better watch what you are saying.
Posted by heffer  on  Fri Aug 24, 2007  at  06:37 AM
what "musuem of hoaxes"? the philippines is here.
great. whatever.
Posted by muney  on  Fri Aug 24, 2007  at  06:38 AM
You seem to be confused. This is an article about hoaxes perpetrated in the Philippines, nothing more. There are hundreds of pages on this website discussing hoaxes, because it's the Museum of Hoaxes. That's rather the point of the site.
Posted by Boo  in  The Land of the Haggii...  on  Fri Aug 24, 2007  at  04:59 PM
philippines has a lot of prob both gov and the people... bcoz they all want their own selfish desire
Posted by damn  in  phil...  on  Thu Jul 03, 2008  at  10:55 AM
Loads of funnybusiness going on in the Philippines, keep your wits about you and you should be fine.

Posted by Dumaguete Guy  on  Wed Jul 23, 2008  at  05:30 PM
Hi there!

I'm trying to compile a list of hoaxes in the Philippines. So far, I've just collected nine--including the Tasaday tribe and the infamous Code of Kalantiaw. If you're interested to see the list or suggest an entry, here is the article:

9 Shocking Hoaxes That Drove Pinoys Crazy - http://www.filipiknow.net/hoaxes-in-the-philippines/

Posted by FilipiKnow  in  Philippines  on  Sun Aug 11, 2013  at  02:56 AM
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