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Looking for the Fae Folk in North America
09-04-2016, 12:42 PM
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RE: Looking for the Fae Folk in North America
Loggers and logging companies in BC recognize that sometimes the forest fights back. I've known 3 different men who logged, and who told stories of unusual accidents and feelings while logging, usually in old-growth. The very strange incidents were dealt with consistently - the company would withdraw the crew from that area and move them elsewhere, and return later. The activity appeared to pass through, and was seemingly transient.
I often wondered if this wasn't the local fae folk - maybe they'd had enough of the plunder?
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09-05-2016, 02:34 AM
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RE: Looking for the Fae Folk in North America
could be fairies, or could be sacred ground for some reason or other (native american burial, or just ground you shouldnt be messing with or tresspassing at, at all). i know that the Point Pleasant, West Virginia' Mothman is located in an area that even the local Native Americans refused to do anything with and refused to live there.
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09-06-2016, 06:59 AM
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Here in Newfoundland,, there is a rather nasty variety of Faerie
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09-06-2016, 10:47 AM (This post was last modified: 09-06-2016 10:48 AM by TerraformerX.)
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RE: Looking for the Fae Folk in North America
(09-05-2016 02:34 AM)Soapstone Wrote:  could be fairies, or could be sacred ground for some reason or other (native american burial, or just ground you shouldnt be messing with or tresspassing at, at all). i know that the Point Pleasant, West Virginia' Mothman is located in an area that even the local Native Americans refused to do anything with and refused to live there.

That's interesting. I'd never heard that before. Did they say why?
(09-06-2016 06:59 AM)Faerie1313 Wrote:  Here in Newfoundland,, there is a rather nasty variety of Faerie

I'd like to hear more about it, if you don't mind.

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09-06-2016, 06:53 PM (This post was last modified: 09-06-2016 07:00 PM by Darkforeboding.)
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RE: Looking for the Fae Folk in North America
(09-06-2016 06:59 AM)Faerie1313 Wrote:  Here in Newfoundland,, there is a rather nasty variety of Faerie

If you look closely there are a lot of stories about the Fae folk that aren't very endearing. Look up some folklore about Red Caps sometime. Remember the story about Sleeping Beauty? One of the fairy godmother's wasn't invited to the party so she cursed Sleeping Beauty to die from getting pricked by the needle on a spinning wheel out of spite. That wasn't an unusual story. Many were thought to be very vengeful and destructive.

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09-06-2016, 10:49 PM (This post was last modified: 09-06-2016 10:51 PM by Soapstone.)
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RE: Looking for the Fae Folk in North America
(09-06-2016 10:47 AM)TerraformerX Wrote:  
(09-05-2016 02:34 AM)Soapstone Wrote:  could be fairies, or could be sacred ground for some reason or other (native american burial, or just ground you shouldnt be messing with or tresspassing at, at all). i know that the Point Pleasant, West Virginia' Mothman is located in an area that even the local Native Americans refused to do anything with and refused to live there.

That's interesting. I'd never heard that before. Did they say why?
(09-06-2016 06:59 AM)Faerie1313 Wrote:  Here in Newfoundland,, there is a rather nasty variety of Faerie

I'd like to hear more about it, if you don't mind.

it didnt say much past the fact that native americans were smart enough to avoid that land. but considering threre is ufos, mothman and other strange things that go on in that area, i imagine it may be a spot where different planes of reality overlap, i have heard a theory that states that wildmen/bigfoot, fairies, mothman, ufo's, etc live in our world, just a separate reality, similar to spirits, i suppose.
(09-06-2016 06:53 PM)Darkforeboding Wrote:  
(09-06-2016 06:59 AM)Faerie1313 Wrote:  Here in Newfoundland,, there is a rather nasty variety of Faerie

If you look closely there are a lot of stories about the Fae folk that aren't very endearing. Look up some folklore about Red Caps sometime. Remember the story about Sleeping Beauty? One of the fairy godmother's wasn't invited to the party so she cursed Sleeping Beauty to die from getting pricked by the needle on a spinning wheel out of spite. That wasn't an unusual story. Many were thought to be very vengeful and destructive.

yea, a lot of the fairies are mischievous and/or quite bad. but there are also good ones too.
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