Case File Information
Date of Event / Case File: 07/27/2015
Social networks have been blowing up with the news story of a “fallen angel” over the skies of London. Pictures also come along with the story, and are fairly disturbing to look at.
More and more headlines are circulating that this is a “legitimate” story. A very quick search, proves this is simply a hoax, and should not be forwarded around. The photos are of an art exhibit. Recently, the Daily Mail wrote about the artist in this July 24, 2015, story:
Artists known for using DEAD BABIES and human fat in their creations have
unveiled shockingly realistic fallen angel installation
- Artists Sun Yuan and Peng Yu are famous for their controversial artwork
- They use unusual materials for art including baby cadavers and human fat
- ‘Angel’ depicting old woman with wings and has shocked many art lovers
- Their work has previously featured at the Saatchi Gallery in London
Art lovers were shocked by a ‘fallen angel’ installation that was unveiled in Beijing this week.
The extremely realistic work was created by Chinese artists, Sun Yuan and Peng Yu.
The pair are known for blurring the lines between art and reality by using materials such as human body fat in their work.
Their latest piece, entitled ‘Angel’, has just been installed in China’s capital, reported People’s Daily Online.
Photo Gallery of Art Exhibit
Here is one such ‘hoax’ story that is widely circulated, with well over 15,000 Facebook likes and shares (Source: ZON News):
BREAKING NEWS: Real Life Fallen Angel Has Fallen From The Sky In London
A human like “Angel” has fallen out of the skies over London. The extremely human like creature with what seems to be “angel” wings as arms appears to have fallen from the sky at around 1:50pm this afternoon.
The ‘Angel’ like creature was quickly rushed away by what seemed to be undercover police officers dressed in suits and sunglasses, resembling the characters in the hit movie Men in Black.
It comes just hours before NASA announced finding ‘Earth 2.0′ the most habitable planet ever discovered.
All a little freaky if you ask me.