Museum of Hoaxes
In 2004, PC Magazine included the site as one of the "Top 100 Sites You Didn't Know You Couldn't Live Without," and Sci Fi Weekly named it "site of the week" for the week beginning 7 February 2007.
Boese has published two books on hoaxes: Museum of Hoaxes (E.P. Dutton, 2002, ISBN 0-525-94678-0) and Hippo Eats Dwarf: A Field Guide to Hoaxes and Other B.S. (Harvest Books, 2006, ISBN 0-15-603083-7). A third book by Boese, Elephants on Acid (Harvest Books, 2007, ISBN 978-0-15-603135-6), focuses on unusual scientific experiments. His latest book is Electrified Sheep, published by Boxtree 2011 is also about strange scientific experiments.
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