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British Professor Believes Fairies Really Do Exist, And Has Photos To Prove It

British Professor Believes Fairies Really Do Exist, And Has Photos To Prove It

A British professor discovered what he believes to be real fairies, and has photographs to back up his hypothesis.

Professor John Hyatt, an art research lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, asserts that his photos prove that these mystical creatures really do exist in Rosendale Valley, Lancashire County, England.

His photos, which he assures us have not been altered in any way, have captured small winged beings in flight out in the woods during an afternoon.

“It was a bit of a shock when I blew them up, I did a double-take. I went out afterward and took pictures of flies and gnats and they just don’t look the same.”

Image credit: John Hyatt

The photos were showcased at the Rosendale Fairies exhibition, which he opened at the Whitaker Museum.

He told The Mirror,

“People can decide for themselves what they are. The message to people is to approach them with an open mind. Let the world decide for itself. It is my job, as an artist, to open people’s eyes to the wonders through which they walk every day”.

Image credit: John Hyatt

After sharing the photos on social media, some people dismissed them as insects, whereas others were willing to believe that they really are fairies.

Image credit: John Hyatt

After his photos went public, many other people from over 15 countries around the world got in touch claiming they have also spotted the mystical creatures, and sent him their own images. In some of the images, the creatures are also seen to be glowing.

So what do you make of this? Ever seen any fairies yourself?

It’s fun to consider the possibility. As Hyatt said,

“I think it’s one of those situations where you need to believe what you see. A lot of people who have seen them say they have brought a little bit of magic into their lives, and there’s not enough of that around.”

 

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