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Britains Fairy Folk

Postby Jemm » Fri Sep 23, 2011 9:30 am

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Posted: Sat Oct 18, 2008

Tourists given guide to Britain's fairies
19 November 2007
Visitors to Britain who have an interest in the strange and possibly supernatural will be able to use a new guide that will take them to various points around the country that have reportedly been frequented by fairies.

On the Trail of Britain's Fairy Folk, issued by tourism agency VisitBritain, will take visitors on a tour of destinations rich in myth and folklore.

Among the stories that tourists will learn about is the 17th century legend about a minister who was abducted by fairies in Scotland, the Metro reports.


http://news.opodo.co.uk/NewsDetails/2007-11-19/Tourists_given_guide_to_Britain_s_fairies


I have friends who have visited the Isle of Man, and they all believe in the fairies, as the islanders have this belief. There's a bridge they stop at, and ask the fairies' permission to cross. They always speak nicely to them.
http://www.iomguide.com/right-photos.php?2303
http://www.iomguide.com/santon/fairy-bridge.php

I think it's a charming custom. Don't upset those fairies!!!
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