I'm referring to questions like this one about whether Mozart was ever called "Wolfie" in real life, as he was in a play, or this one, about whether or not King Henry VIII was protected by nightly building of brick walls, as a TV show alleged.
These questions are reasonably sourced, from popular media, so they probably shouldn't be dismissed altogether. On the other hand, they may be a better fit for Skeptics SE, which is the SE site for True-False questions, and I would propose migrating these questions to that site.
Having to deal with the "truth" or "falsity" of a historical assertion before going into the significance places an extra burden on the site. I think that the veracity of such questions should be first established on Skeptics (or elsewhere), and then we can deal with the historical implications on this site. I fear that taking time and attention to answer these questions before this is done could detract from the site's ability to deal with real, and serious historical issues.
In closing, I would like to propose a litmus test for questions on the history site: "Would a professional historian be interested in the subject matter?" Is this a valid test, and if so, would the linked questions qualify?