From the Lost Archives of the Fairy Investigation Society, Authentic Reports of Fairies in Modern Times
by Marjorie T. Jonhson
THIS IS NOT A CHILDREN’S BOOK.
Its accounts of fairy experiences, mostly from the twentieth century, have come from business men and women, housewives, journalists, clergymen, bus drivers, anglers, gypsies, school teachers, university professors, soldiers, artists, authors, poets, musicians, sculptors, actresses, and many others who have seen fairies of various types in houses, churches, and sheds; in gardens, fields, woods, country lanes, and public parks; on moors, hills, and mountains; and even on sewing machines, typewriters, and kitchen stoves.
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