Shlishi - "These are true things."
Is that so?
"We don’t eat giraffe because we don’t know where to shecht it."
The Head of Shechita in Cape Town has a letter from R' Elyashiv saying that you may shecht giraffe, and he has done so over Pesach a few years ago.
"When we open the door on seder night we are opening it up for Eliyahu hanavi"
Although there are sources that Eliyahu Hanavi comes to every Seder (sources only within the last few hundred years, not earlier), he certainly does not drink from the Kos shel Eliyahu Hanavi, and we open the door to symbolize 'Leil Shimurim' and 'Cherus' of not barricading yuorselves away in fear of Goyim. Nothing to do with Eliyahu Hanavi.
"You are not allowed to touch muktzah items on shabbos."
The issur muktzah is to move, not to touch.
"If a woman drinks from the wine of havdalah she will grow a beard."
I'm not going to bother - find a source for that or a story that happened to somebody you know. Complete trash.#
"You are not permitted to say lashon harah about yourself."
There is a big controversy about this - the story mentioned above clearly indicates that it is wrong. But as they say - i am Mochel me, so why not (:-), not seriously. If it is assur, being mochel yourself won't help)
"If you walk over someone they will cease growing unless you walk back over them"
i cannot say this is untrue, because i don't know. But for you to say 'They are true', Mr Shlishi, can you find me a source for that?