Superstorm Sandy: The Most Ridiculous Fake/Photoshopped Images From Across The Internet
Hurricane Sandy, which hit the East Coast earlier today has been classified a "superstorm" by meteorologists (a technicality, not because it's less severe).
Weather is severe across the coastline, where flooding is widespread across New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut -- and it's come with an additional flooding of photoshopped images and stills taken from doomsday movies that have been passed around as current images from the East Coast.
Here are the most ridiculous photos you've probably seen on social media ... that are not Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy.
photoshop + Statue of Liberty + supercell thunderstorm photo by Mike Hollingshead in 2004.
Photo in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier taken during a storm in September 2012.
"Flooded McDonald's" -- a French art installation by Superflex
Still from Hollywood's Doomsday film "Day After Tomorrow"
Getty stock photo from 2009
Wall Street Journal Story from 2011
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