We all think about winning the lottery, all of those millions of dollars, and now some of the jackpots are over a billion dollars. That is more than we are even able to actually imagine. Do you ever wonder what becomes of the people who won all of that money , or whether they even really exist at all ? So much of our news today is made up in the newsroom, or is simply manufactured; so why should we believe that the mega-million lottery wins are real ? There is actually some interesting reasons to think that they are fake, too. We might know of someone who has won money from the lottery, even thousands of dollars; but no one knows of anyone who won the big prizes, or even knows anyone who knows someone who did. They all have stories that touch our hearts, families out of work that can now buy Christmas presents for the kids, things like that. But if you look up any of the big winners on the internet, they don't say anything about them except for the name and that they won the lottery on such-and-such a date. We assume that anyone who wins this much money has to move somewhere and protect their privacy and that is why we never hear anything more about them; but maybe that is not true. Maybe these people never existed to begin with . Here is an interesting video that shows them actually posting a number before it was even drawn. How could that happen ? And was it some kind of coincidence that the correct number immediately comes popping out of the bubble ? Watch and see what you think. It seems to me that playing the lottery for smaller numbers that are actually something a person can win makes a lot more sense than trying for the powerball jackpot if it is not really being given to anyone after all.