Are fairy folk real?
Despite most people considering fairies to inhabit the realm of make believe, there is a large and growing army of people who claim to see them on a regular basis. John isn’t one of their ranks, but he wants to be, so so badly.
Heading out into the ancient British countryside, the duo go in search of a chance encounter, a fleeting glimpse or a full blow package holiday to another realm. Recruiting the help of real witnesses, Iceland's leading Elf ambassador and a reluctant physicist from CERN’s Hadron Collider, the hunt is on.
But with Mike’s aversion to magic and Johns desperation to see something, what should be a straightforward mission to meet interdimensional beings, proves to be a difficult and winding road.
Does John beleive in fairies?
Fairies! Sprites! Goblins! The stuff of myth and childhood, according to weak-minded automatons (Co host Mike-Bubbins). But to those in the know, they are the stuff of fact. How can I be so sure of this? Easy! Research!!
After many hours online and hanging around in small wooded glades I too have seen Fairies…or at last been told about them by a close mate who was given a cake by a group of winged mischief makers on the summer solstice of 1970 at the Isle of Wight after a Jimi Hendrix concert.
FUN THINGS TO DO WITH FAIRIES
1. Create the illusion you are best friends with a fairy by sellotaping strips of a plastic bag to the back of a star wars figure to make it look like its got wings. The give it a name like sparklydust magic wings. Hey presto, you're in with the fairy folk.
2. Sit in a forest by yourself for at least a day chanting 'Trees trees touch my knees, lick my elbows, eat my cheese' and you probably won't see a fairy, but they'll be watching you and think you're cool. #FACT
3. Fairies often walk amongst but blend in using every day facial features such as beards. Why do you think Noel Edmunds has never aged? Ask anyone with a beard near you if they are a fairy, and watch the glint appear in their eyes.