Is This Image Proof of Real…Fairies?

Posted by on April 8, 2014 | Tags: ,

John Hyatt of Manchester Metropolitan University has come forward with images of what he claims are actual fairies. He encountered them in Rossendale Valley in Lancashire, where he’d been out photographing the landscape.

How far and wide the fairies fly
On bright and golden wing

Now, in an attempt to “bring a bit of magic” into our lives, Hyatt has put the photographs on display in an exhibition titled Rossendale Fairies, which will be open at the Whitaker Museum in Rossendale throughout the spring season.

Fairies are, of course, mythical creatures found in European folklore.

They’re often portrayed as small, humanoid and mischievous. Sometimes, they’re even found sipping tea in fairy rings made out of mushrooms. Or so I’ve read.

The “creatures” in Hyatt’s pictures don’t look too much like what we’d expect from the fairy folk (you know, like this), but he insists they’re genuine. He also compared them to pictures of ordinary flies and gnats, and feels the difference is clear.

As he says, “People can decide for themselves what they are.”

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Rob is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. He manages Stranger Dimensions in between changing aquarium filters and reading bad novels about mermaids.


3 Replies to “Is This Image Proof of Real…Fairies?”

  1. It`s in picture`s,on film…REAL..The internet is gov. made and transmit`s no erroneous information…And a fairy isnt a fairy when it`s eating another fairy,Then it`s a goblin 🙂

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