Headlines! Headlines! Headlines?: Read All About 'em . . . And Guess Which Actually Happened

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F+W Media, Aug 18, 2012 - Humor - 304 pages
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New York Post absurd? Or Onion-like fiction? You decide!

British woman weds dolphin!
Two minor girls married off to frogs!
Tennessee man marries goat!

Here's the story: two of these headlines are true - and one's true bologna. Which are straight off the presses? And which one is straight out of the author's mind? It's up to you to decide!

The headlines in this book are all so outlandish that it's hard to believe any one of them is true. From stories like "Teen steals bus, picks up passengers" to "World's priciest pigeon goes for $328,000," you'll need to have quite the discerning eye to recognize which are ripped from real newspapers.

Filled with hundreds of outrageously authentic headlines, this book leaves you wondering, "Did they really print that?"

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About the author (2012)

Neil Patrick Stewart is a freelance writer, copyeditor, and fact-checker who's had headlines appear in Gotham, Los Angeles Confidential, Delta Sky, Hamptons, Capitol File, Boston Common, Vegas, and Tourneau. (All true - he swears.) He currently lives in Santa Monica, CA.

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