The Internet has been swarming with reports about people claiming they have proof about the existence of mythical creatures. And while Big Foot, UFOs and Chupacabra are the usual suspects, this time the creatures, which allegedly exist in our world, are fairies.
John Hyatt, the director of the Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design at the Manchester Metropolitan University, claims that he has photographed real life fairies. That’s right, those tiny, flying, sparkling creatures, who often appear in Disney movies. Mr. Hyatt took the photographs in the Rossendale Valley, Lancashire. The 53 year old professor has uploaded his photographs on the web, so that the public would see them and believe them. According to him, the images have not been digitally edited in any way. Furthermore, he states that if one believes in fairies, he/she will see fairies in the photos. Mr. Hyatt’s photos indeed show tiny human-like creatures with a set of glowing wings.
Do you believe in fairies? After all, professor Hyatt isn’t the first person to claim he has proof of their existence.
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