Bill Murray crashing parties in random cities? Oddly believable! This particular urban legend was revived in July, when the Internet buzzed about a party-crashing tour that would carry Murray all over the United States through September. A website with a highly credible name — Super Official News — instructed: "To participate your party must have alcohol and karaoke available." Check and check. "Any house or location interested must have a sheet or banner of some kind attached to their establishment the night of the party. It must say in big bold letter [sic], 'BILL MURRAY CAN CRASH HERE.' This will let Mr. Murray know where he is welcome." Got it. But before the ink was dry, the story was debunked. Murray wasn't coming to town. The biggest tell: The flier's hotline number had a 785 area code. Uh oh, that's Lawrence or Topeka. Sure enough, dialing the number put the Bill Murray hopeful in touch with the Westboro Baptist Church. In the words of Carl Spackler, "and that's all she wrote."