British Mom Claims To have Captured Fairies On Camera!

British Mom Claims To have Captured Fairies On Camera!

May 8, 2015  Mysteries 110 Comments 189 Views

Last year, we had John Hyatt, the Manchester University professor who claimed to have snapped a bunch of fairies in the Lancashire area. The story was wildly covered and showed up on almost evewry mainstream media, before finally disappearing with a poof and being forgotten by the very ones who once lent credence or showed disbelief to his fae photography. The images were compared by and large, to the Cottingley Fairies, and it was even suggested that the alleged fairies could actually be a breed of flies called the “midge”.

Now, another British sighting of fairies in the wild has been reported by Lisa Wildgoose, mother of two, who claims to have filmed “Tinkerbell” in the ancient Bluebell Woods near Towcester, Northampton. Take a look:

You may click on the above images to enlarge them.

Now, let’s here Lisa’s personal commentary on the matter:

“I was really shocked and freaked out at first. I thought it was probably just a fly, which it might well be, but when the girls saw it, there was no doubt in their mind.

They don’t have to try and convince me. In their mind their mum has always believed in fairies.

They have often asked me if I believe and I always tell them I do – I suppose it’s just the little girl in me that would love it to be true!

People have said it’s just a mosquito or a midge – and they are probably right – but I just think it’s too much of a coincidence that it is wearing what looks like trousers and shoes.”

Lisa was out in the Bluebell Woods doing a family photo shoot in the evening and non eof them seemed to notice anything strange so far. It is later that evening that Mia was observing their day’s work when her daughters pointed out that there was a fairy in one of the pictures. Point to be noted, Lisa had previous experience as a motor photographer and even has a photography website named Wildgoose Photographics.

Can this possibly be evidence of the real fae? You tell me.

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