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* Do you believe in fairies? Specimen found by Mrs. Rosalyde Wright, Cottingley. April 1874 ~ by Jacob Petersson * (Not real :o(()

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Hemlock grove Ok so I'm torn, half of me loves him and half of me hates him. He's the closest they could find to Evan Peters, and a sad excuse. I hope his acting gets better soon.

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The Will-o-wisp is among the most named faeries, travelling with countless aliases. Among the Cornish names are Faery lights, St. Elmo's Fire, Jack-o-Lantern, Bob-A-Longs and Jenny Burnt-Tail. The Shetland and Orkeny Islands use Teine Sith (meaning Fire Faery), the Germans 'Huckpoten,' the Swedish Irrbloss, the French Eclaireux, the Italians Candelas and the Russians Ruskaly.

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John Bauer - Svanhamnen i Bland tomtar och troll, 1908. - Among Gnomes and Trolls - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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