But the only links on the article are to my other hubs! has this happened to anyone?
I would remove all the links, even those to your articles, and see if the red scull disappears. Then try linking again.
Thanks -- I realized that the links to a couple of the photos might have been the culprit. This is why I now use Wikimedia Commons exclusively!.
I also got a red skull on a perfectly innocent article this morning, but when I opened it, there were no warnings on the hub.
So I ran the 'red skull checker' offered by HP, and it duly disappeared.
Must have been a glitch of some sort.
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