Do Fairies Live At The Bottom Of Your Garden?

Maybe not anymore, but a recent discovery would suggest that they probably did. What appear to be the mummified remains of a fairy have been discovered in the Derbyshire countryside.

The 8 inch remains complete with wings, skin, teeth and flowing red hair have been examined by anthropologists and forensic experts who can confirm that the body is genuine. X-rays of the ‘fairy’ reveal an anatomically identical skeleton to that of a child. The bones however, are hollow like those of a bird making them particularly light. The puzzling presence of a navel even suggests that the beings reproduce the same as humans despite the absence of reproductive organs.

  1. Gayle says:

    U did u r MEAN

    • shantal murray says:

      i will not believe this ‘fairy story’ until i really see em fa ma self…………..

  2. Olivia says:

    Reading through these comments has thoroughly answered my question as to how America has managed to drop so low educationally, compared to other countries. Learn to spell correctly, and if you have something to say say it in such a way so as to enable others to read quickly. Nobody has time to decipher baby talk, and it just makes you look dumb. Whoever is named Lilly, who posted above: unless English is your third or fourth language, unless you are fluent in at least two others, and unless you have no punctuation keys on your keyboard then that type of spelling is ridiculous. Pick up a book for once in your life and learn what words are.

  3. JimMcAvoy says:

    Thanks this submit really opened my eyes. it is not only eye opening moderately very useful for the people those who want to do something good in his life .

  4. Ummm…. Fairies may or may not be real, but I think that they are NOT. For one thing, That “Fairy” In the picture was an old type of bug called the Mensimot. That speicies is long gone, but if you read stuff YOU WILL LEARN FACTS!!!!!!!!!
    (please don’t post any rude comments…..)


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