In April of this year, Professor John Hyatt claimed to have captured fairies in photographs taken in the forests of Lancashire, UK. Hyatt, who lectures on art research at Manchester Metropolitan University, has released the pictures entitled "Rossendale Fairies," to the Whitaker Museum in Rossendale where they are currently on display.
|The Rossendale Fairies.|
"I was just taking sunset through the trees and when I enlarged the photographs later in the studio, I saw these figures," he wrote. "They are not doctored apart from I increased the size of a detailed section of a larger photograph along with the DPI to stop them being just large pixels -- normal size enhancement techniques.
|John Hyatt, Fairy Hunter.|
It was a bit of a shock when I blew them up, I did a double take," he told the Manchester Evening News. “I went out afterwards and took pictures of flies and gnats and they just don’t look the same."
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Shockandahh's in house Cryptozoologist; Amy Allen; elaborates on the subject. “There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that is another authentic fairy sighting. No further research is required to prove this photo is 100% proof that fairies exist."
|The Cottingley Fairies photos were proof enough for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.|
"Everything is there in the photo; tiny arms, legs, a head and wings. As summer comes to an end, the magical fairy folk begin to gather food and supplies in anticipation of winter, the fairies are clearly collecting their harvest of mushrooms, berries and water for fall. This is typical behaviour for this time of year.”
So there you have it, folks. Photographic evidence of tiny humanoids casting enchantments. Your move, Bigfoot.