Anyone who thinks that fairies are just in fairy stories might want to think again after seeing images that were captured by a security camera on the garden of a home in London, England. The images caught show that the family had a visitor and that visitor was a fairy.
Shimmering White Fairy Flies Past Security Camera
The report of the visit by the fairy to the family’s garden had originally taken place in 2013; however, it has only just been reported. The fairy has been highlighted in red on the image and it shows what appears to be a fairy in flight. The fairy stands out in bright light and seemingly shows what are legs and feet, a body, head, and wings as the fairy flies through the air and past the security camera.
Some people have suggested that the fairy might actually be an alien species that came to Earth to pay a visit and this seems to be the more theory as opposed to the creature actually being a fairy.
However, many people also pointed out stories of fairies have been around for many hundreds of years and if stories last that long they must have some truth to them. Bear in mind that humanity only knows about a small percentage of life that exists on planet Earth. There might be a species, such as fairies, that are alive as there have been many stories of little flying people being seen around the world.
Cornwall, England Is a Hotspot for Fairies
In December 2017 it was suggested that Cornwall was a hotspot for sightings of fairies and a map was drawn up showing sightings of the creatures.
A book revealed that fairies are not always small and some can be 15 feet in height, some are mischievous and others are more erotic and sexually charged and smaller. It was said that fairies had been seen in Somerset, Hampshire and Essex, all spots that seem to be favored by fairies. People have reported seeing fairies in red dresses, being dazzling white and having a flame-like aura, as seen in the security camera footage, and some people have claimed that fairies have been known to undertake erotic dancing in front of crowds.
A survey got 1,000 responses from people who had claimed to have seen fairies, with 4% of those people stating that they still do not believe what they saw.