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The Cottingly Fairies

The Cottingly Fairies caused a stir of fantasy back in 1917 when two cousins, Elsie Wright (16) and Frances Griffiths (10), claimed to play with the fairyfolk near their home in Cottingly near Bradford, and to prove it took photographs.

There was always much speculation of their authenticity but it wasn't until 1983 that the girls, by this time mature women, having had children of their own, admitted to the fraud.

The Loch Ness Monster taken by Dr. Robert Wilson.

The earliest account of any kind of monster near Loch Ness dates back to the 7th century.

This picture was taken in April 1934 by Dr. Wilson and subsequently became known as the "Surgeons Photograph."

After decades of debates it wasn't until 1994 it was proved to be a fake.

Mermaids have gone down in legend with stories throughout many countries and cultures. Depending on the story, and the country, the mermaid is either good or bad. Merfolk have even evolved to living in their own cities deep below the seas and oceans.

There are many photographs containing orbs to misty or transparent figures, but unfortunately the camera can be so easily manipulated that even two girls could do it with the old plate camera as in the tale of the Cottingly Fairies. The misty figure here was easily added using a photographic computer program.

Thank you to 6six6 for the following photographs taken at the reputedly haunted Black Dog pub at Oadby in Leicestershire.

 
 

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