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'Fairy whisperers' offer up video evidence

By T.K. Randall
June 3, 2019 · Comment icon 95 comments



These three women absolutely believe that fairies are real. Image Credit: YouTube / This Morning
A trio of self-proclaimed 'fairy whisperers' recently appeared on popular British TV show 'This Morning'.
Karen Kay, Rebecca Broomfield and Jesse Smart all donned fairy costumes during their appearance on the show as they answered questions from bemused hosts Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield.

All three of the women remained staunchly adamant that fairies are real and suggested that they can appear both as metaphysical manifestations and as physical entities in the real world.

To help prove it, the trio provided a short video clip of a flickering green object next to a waterfall.

"That could have been a moth," Schofield pointed out.
"It could have been a moth, but it could have been a fairy," Kay replied. "Fairies can disguise themselves as insects."

"That's very convenient," Schofield retorted.

"Yes it is convenient but it is because they are at one with nature," said Kay.

You can watch the segment below; the footage of the alleged fairy can be seen at 2:38s.



Source: YouTube | Comments (95)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #86 Posted by Resume 4 years ago
Also, needs more stealth.
Comment icon #87 Posted by skliss 4 years ago
So then that poster decides they ARE a murderous fairy or the murderous fairies are threatening him if the he doesnt help with their murder spree....again, not so cutesy....
Comment icon #88 Posted by XenoFish 4 years ago
Did I state anywhere that it was cutesy? 
Comment icon #89 Posted by rashore 4 years ago
Just sayin.. you hanging out with the wrong folks. Or perhaps too much Grimm or maybe other dark tales. Or something. I can't argue that within folklore many wee folk got a nasty side or are just flat out dangerous as you suggest- or at least the more Western/European types as you are suggesting with your references to Froud, Tolkien, and Celts.. Some lores have some rather nasty folks indeed, to straight up flat out Grim Reaper Death types and the more gory forms of the Wild Hunt. But human sacrifice or lust for some sort of consumption of human life usually isn't much in the tastes of the fo... [More]
Comment icon #90 Posted by Calibeliever 4 years ago
Humans are absolutely fascinating, aren't they? I was all ready to deride and snicker at these women until I watched the video. Now I think I just want to hang out with them and maybe by them a drink, it's just good fun. If your panties are in a bunch over this that's ok too I guess, I find you fascinating as well ...  oh my *chuckle*
Comment icon #91 Posted by XenoFish 4 years ago
I wonder what kind of mushrooms they're growing in their fairy gardens?
Comment icon #92 Posted by the13bats 4 years ago
we had all types at my club, irony was a popular song reflected actual guests....all in good fun of course.
Comment icon #93 Posted by XenoFish 4 years ago
Comment icon #94 Posted by skliss 4 years ago
Sorry, I was building on my post from the beginning of the thread about behaviour can change from cute to nasty and even violent. You quoted something I thought added...it was more about what you quoted than you.
Comment icon #95 Posted by XenoFish 4 years ago
No problem, I agree. What might start as a benign belief can transform into something monsterous if left unchecked. 


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