Um, so here's a wtf for you: Apparently, tomorrow, Monday, James Cameron, the director, is going to hold a press conference to unveil coffins containing the remains of Jesus, Mary, and Mary Magdalene. (Pause for a moment to think about what a coffin containing the remains of Jesus would mean.) These coffins have been under debate and research or a while now, and Cameron has been shooting a documentary about them. This is not an early April Fool's joke, as far as I can tell. So, like, how the hell could you positively ID two thousand year old remains, anyway? I guess that's what the documentary is supposed to answer? :P Okay, this is just so nuts. I don't have anything more to say about it. :) Found link via Ain't It Cool News.
Update Feb-27: Here's a video report about the press conference.
So then I'm reading about the Talpiot Tomb on Wikipedia, and there's a link at the bottom to the Wiki page for Death and resurrection of Jesus. And at the top of "Death and resurrection of Jesus", there's a Wikipedia template that reads, "This article or section needs additional references or sources to improve its verifiability." :D