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Dead Fairy Found!
Is this Real or a very clever HOAX!
Time will tell..
Yes it was a Hoax!, very clever and he's even selling the
fairy on Ebay... It was created by a magician. Did you know
Houdini was involved in the case of the cottingley fairies,
where the little girls took fairy photographs which were
found to be a hoax some 50 years later...
Check out the original Story Below!
Photographs of a mummified
The discovery appears to be the remains of
an ancient mummified fairy discovered by a local man in
the Derbyshire countryside in England. The fairy was reportedly
found by a dog walker at Firestone Hill near Duffield and
pictures of it posted on a website. BBC News April, 2007
(you can search for it)
- Being a professional Fairy Artist for 26 years and having
a facination with Fairies all my life. I am somewhat astounded
by this find, we shall see if its real, even if its not its
pretty clever.. I personally believe that Fairies are elemental
spirits that care for the plants and animals... But I am open
to new possibilities!
- The 8 inch (20cm) body remains intact with skin, teeth,
glowing red hair and it is claimed that it has been examinded
by anthropoligists and forensics experts who claim that the
body is real. Xrays reveal an anatomically identical skeleton
to that of a child. The bones are apparently hollow like a
bird making the mummified body extremely light.
- It has a belly button which
is strange considering the evidence shows a lack of reproductive
organs! The wings seems to be made of leaves that have dried
up now and you can see the veins. This doesn't seem practical
for the ability for flight.
Stephen Wagner a paranormal expert on about.com says about
"The wings look fake. This is not, however, the only
reason to doubt them. The main reason to doubt them is that
they are logically unable to provide flight. To begin with,
they arent attached properly. There is no cartilage
structure to attach them securely to the body. Furthermore,
they contain no visible elements rigid enough to enable them
to withstand wind pressure when moving, as would the wings
of birds and bats, which are closer to the presumed fairy
in size and anatomy than the wings of an eight-inch flying
insect. (A monarch butterfly, the largest living flying insect
I can think of, is 3-4 inches in size and has a much more
compact frame.) The text on the web page suggests that the
fairy was able to camouflage itself, which implies that camouflage
is an explanation for the odd appearance of the wings. That
might explain the texture and pattern, but not the inadequate
structure. It also claims the body has been x-rayed, revealing
hollow bones. It is easy to conclude even with hollow bones,
an animal with this shape would be too heavy to fly with wings
like those."says Stephen.
Saturday March 31st,
The Website of this find is
The Page has been difficult to load up probably
due to the enormous amount of hits it has been receiving.
I have mirror the page here on my site
Updated April, 2007