Could these tiny winged creatures be real fairies? This isn't standard fandom, but I liked it. :)

British Man Claims To Have Photographed Actual Fairies

Fairies 'caught on camera' by lecturer John Hyatt from Manchester Metropolitan University. The exhibition, called Rossendale Fairies, will be on show at The Whitaker Museum in Whitaker Park in Rossendale, throughout the spring -

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Real Fairy Pictures: The Cottingley Fairies & Other Photos of Real Fairies

Dan Baines is raising funds for The Derbyshire Mummified Fairy OOAK Kit & DVD Workshop on Kickstarter! Master prop maker and creator of the dead fairy hoax that captured the world’s imagination invites you into his studio to reveal all!

The Cottingley Fairies

Real Fairy Pictures: The Cottingley Fairies & Other Photos of Real Fairies

The Cottingley Fairies. The Cottingley Fairies appear in a series of five photographs taken by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths, two young cousins who lived in Cottingley, near Bradford in England.

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I saw this in my garden and got the camera out. These fairy photographs have not been altered, enhanced or photoshopped in any way.

The Cottingley Fairies. Love this story. http://www.museumofhoaxes.com/hoax/photo_database/image/the_cottingley_fairies/

Another Cottingley Fairy photo. The two young girls, Frances Griffiths and Elsie Wright, simply cut the fairy images out of a calendar.

The Cottingley Fairies appear in a series of five photographs taken by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths, two young cousins who lived in Cottingley, England. In 1917, when the first two photographs were taken, Elsie was 16 years old and Frances was 10. Public reaction was mixed; some accepted the images as genuine, but others believed they had been faked.- 1st Pinner Arthur Conan Doyle believed the girls

22 Viral Pictures That Were Actually Fake

Frances Griffiths and Elsie Wright, The photos that made the world believe in fairies, 1917

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Cottingley fairy hoax . They made a movie about it. The 2 girls mother believed in fairies. She was sick. The girls drew  cut out fairies. Cameras were NEW. Photo published. FAME!! Met Houdini __ Area was inundated with Press  crowds. (meanwhile Real fairies had to leave area / Then came to the girls room, so they believe too - even though they began to cheer up mum.

Real Fairy Pictures: The Cottingley Fairies & Other Photos of Real Fairies

Real Fairies I caught on my security camera! NOT FAKE! (5:18) - by RS Johnson | YouTube >> "My husband just hooked up a security camera to the garage. I was checking the playback & saw this video. It appears to be a cat (bottom right tree limb) chasing fairies. At 1:17 you see one go across off to the right & at 1:24 you see one come right up the front middle. If you pause it you can really see it good." << I saw this a year ago... and I was & I was amazed! :-)

My husband just hooked up a security camera to the garage. I was checking the playback & saw this video. It appears to be a cat (bottom right tree limb) chas.

ƸӜƷ The 5th and Final 'Real' Fairy Photo, Taken by Frances >>  It is very intriguing to me to learn that though Frances admitted to faking the first four fairy photographs, she would not let go of the fact that the fifth fairy photograph was indeed real. She believed in fairies and so did Elsie and that was the main reason they began taking the photographs to begin with... to prove that they existed. Even if it meant faking the first four photographs to prove that fairies live. ƸӜƷ

Real Fairy Pictures: The Cottingley Fairies & Other Photos of Real Fairies

Cottingley Fairies: Fairies and Their Sun-Bath, Frances Griffiths insisted this was genuine.

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