University Lecturer Finds Population Of Fairies?

“University Lecturer Finds Population Of Fairies?”

“University Professor Discovers Population of Fairies And Shows Evidence (Video) |”
“Mr. John Hyatt made an incredible discovery. For many years, John took part in meetings with very strange creatures that according to official reports from academia, simply should not exist.
It is very risky for a university professor to claim that he believes in outer-worlds creatures. But since John came up with physical evidence such as pictures, no one can doubt about the veracity of his affirmations.”
“John has claimed that in the English countryside of Rossendale exists a big population of fairies.
After confirming their existence, John confessed to being shocked when he looked at the pictures and realized that the fairies were physically very similar to humans.
In case you are interested, an exhibition called Rossendale Fairies will be held at the Whitaker Museum. At the same time, he said that the fairies are very different from those depicted in fairy tales.
Curiously enough, back in 2009, Phyllis Bacon took a picture of a fairy in her garden in New Addington, in Southern London.
Another case from 1917 tells how Frances Griffiths slipped into a stream while “playing with the fairies”.
What do you think about this? Have a look at the following video and feel free to share your opinions with us.”

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