Bart Centre, an atheist, claimed to offer a service to Christians that would take care of their pets after the rapture. He said his business, Eternal Earth-Bound Pets, has charged hundreds of pet owners $100 each for the service. The New Hampshire Insurance Department smelled a rat. They issued Centre a subpoena, asking him to list his clients and other facts about his business. He replied that it was a hoax from the beginning and that he has no clients (NPR, March 25).