This Korean comic book I read couple of years ago came into my mind today. It was about this boy who fell in love with this girl who people thought was a "witch", because any man who was attracted to her/got closer to her ended up hurt or dead. The girl suffers from the guilt and discrimination from the town, and becomes a recluse, and the protagonist decides to major in Statistics to prove that the statistical facts do not prove that she actually is a witch. I forgot how exactly the comic book ended, but the guy successfully proves himself that the girl isn't a witch because he, after analyzing all possible scenarios from the data, manages to survive even when he gets closer to the girl. I think it's interesting because it reminded me that even if statistical facts sound really, really convincing, it is never the "truth".