After receiving a email with a petition in it, I did some checking with HoaxBusters. I found out that the petition was false and no more than a poor chain letter. Also I found at TruthOrFiction.com -- Religious-Spiritual that 9 of the stories on this web site to be fiction and there maybe more.
Interspersed among the junk mail and spam that fills our Internet e-mail boxes are dire warnings about devastating new viruses, Trojans that eat the heart out of your system, and malicious software that can steal the computer right off your desk. Added to that are messages about free money, children in trouble, and other items designed to grab you and get you to forward the message to everyone you know. Most all of these messages are hoaxes or chain letters. While hoaxes do not automatically infect systems like a virus or Trojan, they are still time consuming and costly to remove from all the systems where they exist.
List of HoaxesCPR For Yourself
Attempt to Stop the Gospel!
The 12 days of Christmas
The Last Supper
A Missing Day
Atheist Professor At USC Who Encountered God Through a Piece of Chalk
A Letter from Heaven
The Power of a Letter
Budweiser Pulled all Its Product from the Shelves of a Convenience Store Where There was Celebration of the Terrorist Attacks