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15 Fake Hurricane Sandy Photos That Have Gone Viral

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If you live on the East Coast, your best chance at catching a glimpse of Hurricane Sandy is by simply looking out the window.  And if you don’t live on the East Coast, you may find yourself relying on social media for your Hurricane Sandy coverage.

Just make sure you aren’t fooled by any of these hurricane images, which have been distributed through social media in the past in an effort to misrepresent hurricanes that we have previously encountered.

Enjoy these Viral Photos of Hurricane Sandy….

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