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An expression made famous by Ripley in his news column featuring difficult to believe facts, events, situations, people, truisms.

Ripley said he had seen a horse standing in a stall with his head located exactly where his rear feet should be!
Correct, the horse was simply tethered upon backing him into the stall!

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believe it or notYou may not believe the following, but it is true.
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