Are these pictures PROOF that fairies exist?

Are these pictures PROOF that fairies exist?

Are these pictures PROOF that fairies exist?

1 comment 📅17 June 2016, 00:45

A photographer took a picture on a countryside stroll – and discovered he had captured what looked like a family of FAIRIES.

Musician John Rutledge decided to take a snap of the summer morning as he walked through a field near Newbridge, Wales.

It was only when he reviewed the pictures he saw what looked like seven tiny winged creatures flying among the flowers and grass.

Musician John Rutledge came across the groups of translucent figures (pictured) when he was walking in a field near Newbridge, Wales

Musician John Rutledge came across the groups of translucent figures (pictured) when he was walking in a field near Newbridge, Wales

John, a rapper from Goldie Lookin Chain, zoomed in and got a closer look at the translucent figures, which were around 4cm tall.

They also appeared to have wings, arms and legs.

The 39-year-old from Newport, South Wales said: ‘It’s amazing.

‘When we checked the image we couldn’t believe our eyes.

‘Ever since childhood I’ve wanted to witness a paranormal event.

‘The last thing I expected was a winged entity in a wood in South Wales, but there it is, smack bang in your face – it’s solid evidence.’

Circles show the groups of tiny figures flitting about in the summer sunshine and John believes it's 'solid evidence' of a paranormal event

Circles show the groups of tiny figures flitting about in the summer sunshine and John believes it’s ‘solid evidence’ of a paranormal event

By zooming in on the image and taking a closer look, the miniature figures appear to have a pair of white wings as well as arms and legs

By zooming in on the image and taking a closer look, the miniature figures appear to have a pair of white wings as well as arms and legs

By drawing around the silhouette, they seem to have human features with wings, bringing together the traditional fairy-like appearance

By drawing around the silhouette, they seem to have human features with wings, bringing together the traditional fairy-like appearance

He added: ‘There are some things in the universe that may well go without answers, but I think we’ve just put one of the world’s biggest mysteries to bed.

‘There are definitely fairies at the bottom of the garden.’

John was scouting locations for his new podcast series Unexplainers – investigating common myths and mysteries – when he took the photo last month.

The 39-year-old photographer said he thinks he has put 'one of the world's biggest mysteries to bed' after snapping the mysterious photo

The 39-year-old photographer said he thinks he has put ‘one of the world’s biggest mysteries to bed’ after snapping the mysterious photo

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk

  • The Walrus

    Insects. Look like mayflies