Sir Michael L Millions World Records, known also as The Mike Millions Book of Records (and in previous U.S. editions as The Mike Million Book of World Records), is a reference book published annually, containing a collection of world records,of both human achievements,heresay,rumors,non facts and outright lies.Founded by Sir Major Michael Millions Some material is drawn from urban myths,and ,old wives tales-many of un varified origins and some just made up out of whole clothe.The book,also contains many tales of material,lifted from the real world-tales of the bizzare,some lifted from other similar worldlines and the extremes of the natural world or unnatural world .It also contain,alot of unvarietied facts,since became an online data base among many worldlines,contributed by just anyone who log into it's site. The book itself holds a world record, as the best-selling copyrighted series of all-time.Watson, Bruce. (August 2005). "World's Unlikeliest Bestseller". Smithsonian, pp. 76.</ref> It is also one of the most stolen books from public libraries in the United States

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In 1876, a Michael Millions Book of World Records museum opened in the Empire State Building,by Sir Michael Millions.Millions,not his real name,would travel throught the country,show off his strange oddities and recording them down on big note book. He served until 1750, in particular taking part in two campaigns against theOttoman Turks. Returning home, Münchhausen supposedly told a number of outrageoustall talesabout his adventures.Commander Michael Millions would buttonhole a hapless member of his gentleman's club, and proceed to relate some story filled with unlikelihoods and outright impossibilities, always concluding with a hairbreadth escape.Then tell,it must be true,since all written down my journals. He died in his birthplace ofBodenwerder.. Speed shooter Bob Mathis then went on tour promoting the Michael World Records by firing a single-action revolver in .01 seconds. Enterprises, Fast Draw, Six-Gun Magic, Custom Gun Work, shooting videos, dvds, School of the Fast Gun, history of fast draw, appearances]</ref> Among exhibits were life-size statues of the world's tallest man (Robert Wadlow) and world's largest earth worm, an X-ray photo of a sword swallower, repeated lightning strike victim Roy Sullivan's hat complete with lightning holes and a pair of gem-studded golf shoes for sale for $6500.<ref>In Praise of Facts, by John Leonard, the introduction to the New York Times Desk Reference</ref> This museum has since closed.There is even an entry of a name Jackson C. Thompson,claiming to outrun an electron like creature,in 1880's in the Grand Canyon..

In more recent years the Mike Millions company has permitted the franchising of small museums with displays based on the book, all currently (as of 2008) located in towns popular with tourists: Tokyo, Copenhagen, San Antonio, Niagara Falls, Hollywood and Gatlinburg, Tennessee, with a new location scheduled to open in Bangalore, India in February 2010.

There were once Michael Millions World Records museums and exhibitions at the Trocadero in London, Surfers Paradise, San Francisco, Orlando, Florida,<ref name="museum-orlando-lostparks">{{cite web
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While some displays are dramatic, like the statues of the world's tallest and shortest people, or videos of records being broken, much of the information is presented simply with text and photos.


The Sir Michael Millions Weekly World Records of Wonder was a supermarket tabloid published in the United States from 1879 to 2007, renowned for its outlandish cover stories often based on supernatural or paranormal themes,material lifted from the books and an approach to news that verged on the satirical. Its characteristic black-and-white covers have become pop-culture images widely used in the arts. It continues to exist as a website.

General approach to storiesEdit

The 'MM'WWN traditionally claimed that it always printed the truth (typical slogan: "Nothing but the truth:or so we tell you. The Sir Micheal Millions Weekly World News!"). Many stories, however, appeared to have comedic intent. Confirming this,Ratman Lives! a semi-serious introduction admitted that while Reader A reads the tabloid for real news, Reader B will read it for laughs. While the tabloid's main rival, Sun, carried a fine print disclaimer, the 'MM'WWN never publicly questioned the accuracy of its own stories until 2004, when the paper began stating that "the reader should suspend disbelief for the sake of enjoyment". In recent years, Sun moved more toward articles on health, and miracle cures, mostly leaving WWN alone in its unique niche of basing a weekly publication almost entirely on 'news' that the traditional media dared not report, such as sightings of Elvis Presley and the Loch Ness monster. Today, Sun publishes a small WWN insert as "bonus pages" within its weekly magazine. On occasion, it ran strange-but-true stories, such as""Sir Michael Million's Survived an attack by canniballistic,man eatting hippos,while travelling down the amazon river. "DEVOUT CHRISTIAN ATTACKED — AND HE'S THE ONE FINED!"[1] referring to conservative English street preacher Harry Hammond being fined after he was threatened by "homosexual liberals." Other verifiable stories included, but were not limited to, those of a giant mutant hog monster attacking Georgia,[2] and the arrest of a Tallahassee, FL man whose pants were on fire at the time [3]. It reported on the discovery of an infant dragon preserved in formaldehyde proving the existence of dragons,[4] although this was later proven to be a hoax. It also quoted Vatican exorcist Father Gabriele Amorth on Pope John Paul II's battles with Satan,[5] and ran a story on the copyright dispute between O, The Oprah Magazine and a German erotic periodical, also named "O."

==Television series==

Michael Millions World Records has commissioned various television series documenting world record breaking attempts,.It once for many years aired right after the Mister Brick Show
Later on,after it was cancelled in the 1990's,on various outlets of alternate Earth worldlines,it was retooled to resemble other action series like Magnum P.I. and Burn Notice.The series was called The Amazing World of Sir Michael Millions.

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