In 1994, Wendy Finerman was a Producer on Forrest Gump. The movie was a smashing success. She had carte blanche to make any movie she wanted for the next few years as a result. She chose to make a movie about a famous case in 1917, when two children took a photograph, which is soon believed by some to be the first scientific evidence of the existence of fairies. The famous Sir Arthur Conan Doyle went to investigate. So did Houdini, although he was a non-believer. Great movie, it's called, "Fairy Tale: A True Story."
Why the British Isles? It's famous for being inhabited by fairies and elementals, that's why, especially the Emerald Isle.
Fairies and elementals aren't everywhere. If they do inhabit an area, it's important to be open to the idea of these special little beings. When you are, you are more apt to see them.
Having these little figurines around the house will prepare your mindset to possibly see the real thing. And what better way to attract these delightful creatures to your home than to have several of these little ones around your house?
One of the original Cottingley Fairy photos is included to the left. The author of Sherlock Holmes was always a believer. In 1983, the cousins who took the photos, admitted in an article published in the magazine 'The Unexplained' that the photographs had been faked, although both maintained that they really had seen fairies. They passed away in 1986 and 1988.
We still believe.