Dan\u0027s Papers—the Hamptons\u0027 weekly which chronicles the goings on about town of the ritzy East Coast vacation spot—celebrates its 50th anniversary this month, honoring a legacy of publishing hard-hitting reportage, intimate celebrity profiles, and a number of highly memorable hoaxes. The first prank in 1963 that founding editor Dan Rattiner inflicted on his unsuspecting readers was actually an earnest mistake. After having incorrectly printed the timetable of trains in the paper, he received a call from the stationmaster. \u0022He said, \u0027There\u0027s a crowd of people down here, waiting for a train that doesn\u0027t exist,\u0027\u0022 recalls Dan. \u0022It made me realize that I could do things that would get the whole town talking about us.\u0022 Now the Hoaxer of the Hamptons walks us through 10 of his favorite printed pranks.