Fairies, do you believe in them? Many people do, the Cottingley Fairies appear in a series of five photographs taken by Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths, two young cousins who lived in Cottingley, near Bradford in England.
In 1917, when the first two photographs were taken, Elsie was 16 years old and Frances.
BBC Antiques Road show in the UK, examined the photographs and found that one was authentic.
Fairies have been around since the early 1900's, with paintings and photographs with the Victorian era particularly noted for fairy paintings.
Herbie Brennan, who didn't believe in fairies until his first encounter starting writing books about them, after he experienced his third encounter. Brennan is convinced fairies do exist!
It is said that children can see interdimensional beings easier than adults, because the pineal glade hasn't been calcified yet.
Granddaughter of "Andrus" producer/director, Robert Neary, Lydia was one of the 9 "Fairy Scientist" finalists in the annual "Project Reason" video contest'
"Project Reason" draws on the talents of prominent and creative thinkers in a wide range of disciplines to encourage critical thinking and erode the influence of dogmatism, superstition, and bigotry in our world. If the contest were separated by age group Lydia would have been the winner!
In October of 2011 photos uploaded on YouTube by philysteak, seems to suggest that fairies are real.
We all have been given the choice to believe anything can be possible, if we find a way to open up our minds to time and space that some people are already in. For some seeing is believing, so take another look, is it possible fairies really do exist?