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Thursday, October 6, 2022

Fairy Visits Woman

Today we present another fairy sighting that was submitted to us. This one takes place in Pennsylvania and inside of the person's home. We may often think of fairies as only living in the forest away from every thing, but that may not be totally true.

Here is the report

 -Start Report-

Name: Sharon ****

Email Address: On file

What State was your sighting in:

What County:

Date of Sighting:

Time of Sighting:  3am

Nearest Town:
How long was your sighting:
60 seconds

How many witnesses:


Did you get any pictures or video:


Describe what you saw:

I awoke in the wee morning hours to see a fairy, a female flitting above my bed. She was all lit up with a white/ yellow glowing light. I could see her arms, legs, wings, head and body. Even the bottom of a skirt. She flapped her wings and hovered above me. She was about 6 inches tall. She then just winked out and was gone. The entire experience was just about one minute. 

I really was on the fence about fairies being real until that night in 2016.

What color was the creature:
Glowing lit up White/yellow

-End Report-

A big thanks to Sharon for sharing her sighting.

What I find interesting is that Pennsylvania seems to embrace the idea of fairies with their Enchanted Fairy Festival. The festival takes place in September and features a lot of activities and live music. 

There is just no denying that Fairies have long been a part of many cultures around the world. And with sightings continuing, the elusive beings are not going anywhere.

If you are interested in attracting Fairies to your area, then check out "11 Tips to Attract Fairies" post by clicking here


This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.

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Thursday, October 06, 2022 1 comment » by Thomas Marcum
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1 comment:

  1. Speaking of Fairies and their history in most of Earth's cultures, the "Fairy" name and several other Fairy synonyms are honored in the official names of many hummingbird species.

    Hummingbirds are strictly a New World species, present only in North, Central, and South America. Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia have no hummingbirds. There are more than 300 species of hummingbirds in the Americas, with South America and Central America having the vast majority of the species.

    Of those 300+ species of hummingbirds, the official names include 2 Fairies (namely the Purple-crowned Fairy and the Black-eared Fairy), 9 Sunangels, 5 Woodnymphs, and 3 Sylphs. (The raw definition of Sylph is "an imaginary spirit of the air". Some of us might ask, "What's so imaginary about a Sylph?!!)

    When it came to naming birds in general, some birds received some really poor names. But not the hummingbirds. If you'd like to knock yourself out browsing the names of the 300+ species of these little feathered jewels, go to this website for an easy list to read: https://www.thespruce.com/hummingbird-species-list-387107.

    Beyond the 4 fairy-like names given in this short story, there are many more clever, colorful, official names given to these hovering little sprites of the Americas, all of which you will see in that website.


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