Fairies–Are They Real?

I have been challenged by someone whose opinion is of no consequence whatsoever to prove that fairies are real. He says he has some living in his garden.

So here’s an important videotape, complete with boring commentary, showing fossils and other indisputable proof that fairies are as real as centaurs. Note particularly the convincing black-and-white photo of the little girl interacting with the fairies. These pix were taken by two children, and they completely convinced Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes. It’s only a nasty rumor that the fairies in the pictures were carefully cut out of books and posed by the girls–and that one of the books contained an introduction written by Doyle. He must not have remembered it very well.

Yeah, but if you can’t believe Sherlock Holmes, just who can you believe?

3 comments on “Fairies–Are They Real?

  1. Well, I certainly don’t know anything about someone’s garden, but I do know this – here is what the Bible says about these last days:

    Luke 21:26 Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.

    Giants, demons, evil of every sort – who can say? God knows.

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