A 50-year-old photographer and university lecturer says that he has been taking photographs of real-life fairies for the last two years. He said that in the beginning he did not know what he was capturing in his photos and when he blew them up he got a shock. He said that following this he went back and took more photos of the gnats and flies but they did not look the same.
FAIRIES OR INSECTS?
Of course, people might want to cast their minds back to 1920 when Frances Griffiths and Elsie Wright said that they had captured photos of fairies playing at the bottom of the garden. It wasn’t until the 70s that the photos were debunked and revealed that the photos included cardboard cut-outs. So is this another hoax or are the fairies in the recent photographs nothing more than flying insects?
John Hyatt is going to be displaying the fairy photos in the Rossendale Whitaker Museum and he said that there are stranger things in life than fairies. Looking at the photographs blown up it does seem that there are wings on either side of what looks like a body, with arms and legs dangling down underneath.
A CLOSER LOOK
Recently somewhere in North America someone found this dead “faerie” that defiantly adds prove to this controversial theory that faeries actually exist and they are living among us.