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Trickster Gods Anarchæology
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The Great God Hoax
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On This Day in SniggleryNovember 26, 1872: The Great Diamond Hoax falls apart when it was discovered that the swindlers had salted the mine location with diamonds, some even pre-cut. The two men who pulled off the fraud got away with more than half a million U.S. dollars. (See Scams for more such tricks)