North Korea Confirms the Existence of Unicorns
In news that will delight fans of mythical creatures everywhere, North Korea claims to have found the burial site of a unicorn supposedly ridden by King Dongmyeong, the founding monarch of the ancient kingdom of Goguryeo. No word yet on when the Communist dictatorship expects to confirm the existence of Bigfoot or little green men.
According to the Korean Central News Agency, scientists "reconfirmed" the burial site of the legendary animal near a temple in the capital of Pyongyang. The tomb was reportedly marked by a rectangular rock engraved with the words "Unicorn Lair."
But before you start to dream about owning a unicorn of your own, consider the source. After all, the KCNA is no stranger to insane propaganda, and has also claimed that former leader Kim Jong Il invented the hamburger, wrote 1,500 books in three years and could control the weather. So, you know, take the whole unicorn thing with a grain of salt, okay?