The following fairy encounter was written by Charles C. Smith and appeared in “The Folklore Record of 1878,” which was published by The Folklore Society in 1878. Smith writes of a fairy encounter that William Butterfield, the keeper of Ilkley Wells in West Yorkshire, England experienced around 1815, as told to him by a local man. This man […]
I spent some time today sifting through some fairly recent comments Mr E made in response to some of your questions about dragons. He and I are working on some more extensive information about the Dragons of Behradorn but, in the meantime, here are the questions and the audio clip answers:
1) “Is it possible to ride a dragon?”
According to some experts, the beautiful and ornately decorated glass cup known as “the Luck of Edenhall” dates back to the 13th century Syria. Still, there are others that believe this enchanted cup is from a different world entirely. Whatever its origin, it is truly a […]
From time to time we are going to ask for your opinion so that we can improve Real Fairies for the benefit of everyone. If you could take the time to answer the question(s), we would really appreciate it.
The first poll/survey is about our chat room: