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Actually, in real life, though the photos had been faked, the girls
claimed to believe they actually saw fairies and faked the photos because
the hadn't gotten any real ones to come out.

Scott

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On Tue, 9 Feb 1999, Donald Larsson wrote:

> Another film in which photographs have importance in the narrative is
> FAIRY STORY, based on the true story of the young girls who hoaxed
> Conan Doyle and others into believing that they had actually
> photographed Little People.  (Unfortunately, the film goes for whimsy
> over truth and plays the photos as real!)
>
> Don Larsson
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> Minnesota State U, Mankato
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