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    What Is This Weird Creature With Wings In This Jar?
    What do you guys think about this ? quite something if it's real.


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    Default Re: What Is This Weird Creature With Wings In This Jar?

    Ladies and gentleman, you see before you, "the mythical Faery."

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    More info on this in LA Marzulli`s new video, Watchers 10.

    Its not on YouTube yet.

    They sat on this finding for over two years.

    Here's the same clip, a bit longer, at 24:30.
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    WTF !!! Truth or Hoax ????? weird ! Artist is always a Red Flag in these matters ?

    The Victorians were fascinated by oddities , freaks and strange collections....

    Artist Alex CF, curator of the gruesome collection


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    Making Monsters - Physical Evidence of Cryptids?



    Published on 16 Jun 2016

    Physical evidence of fairies, gnomes, dragons, werewolves, and more. Is the Merrylin
    Cryptid Collection real or a hoax? You be the judge as we examine the evidence.

    Images belong to http://www.merrylinmuseum.com/ and are not my own.


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    MIRROR ON LINE......

    Mystery of winged tiny 'human skeletons' found in 'basement of old London house'

    15:17, 29 May 2016
    Updated 16:58, 29 May 2016
    By Paul Christian


    Preserved 'remains' of fairies, werewolves and aliens claimed to have been revealed
    in house clearance of mansion owned by mysterious 19th century collector



    The gruesome exhibits were said to have been the collection of Thomas Theodore Merrylin



    Skeletal winged bodies of fairies, werewolves and aliens were said to have been
    found in the basement of an old house in London.The macabre collection features
    what appears to be a range of mythical beasts, in cases and jars in gruesome poses.
    Fairies seen with their flesh rotted away and their wings nailed to display boards
    are joined by sinister-looking contorted alien bodies and hairy humanoid remains.

    The hoard also featured sketches of Jack the Ripper victims Catherine Eddowes and
    Elizabeth Stride along with alleged human hearts and other organs preserved in jars.


    Bodies of strange creatures were allegedly found in a basement.


    Read More....

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-n...letons-8076099








    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-n...letons-8076099
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    Default Re: What Is This Weird Creature With Wings In This Jar?

    Looks very similar to a creature that I believe Steven Greer brought forward. I agree, this is most likely the creature that fairy mythology is based on.

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    UHM !!!!...Does seem to good to be true and model makers are very good
    now a days , needs real DNA and bone skeletal results .There seems to
    be plenty of samples to choose from. I don't mind an artistic hoax as long
    as they own up soon after the 'show'.....

    The trouble with artists is they have a licence to deceive ,they call it
    'Artistic Licence ' .............



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    Merrylin Cryptid Museum (Part 1) - Homomius Alatus



    Published on 20 May 2016

    The internet was taken by storm with the viral story of mysterious skeletons
    found in a basement under one of the London orphanages.The Merrylin Cryptid
    collection is actually a fictional invention of Alex CF, a London-based illustrator,
    writer, and sculptor with a fantastically


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    An Old London Home was Set for Demolition. Then They Found THIS in the Basement!


    The year was 2006. An Old London home was scheduled for demolition. The house originally
    belonged to Thomas Theodore Merrylin, a rich aristocrat and biologist in the 1800s.

    As demolition workers inspected the house, they came across a sealed basement which, when
    uncovered, revealed thousands of wooden crates containing hordes of oddities and unsettling,
    otherworldly artifacts like the one below



    As weird as Merrylin’s collection is, his story is even stranger. He was the subject of intense
    scrutiny when, in his 80s, he still resembled a 40-year-old man, leading to accusations of dark magic.



    http://www.davidwolfe.com/london-hom...ound-basement/
    ================================================== ===


    Is the story surrounding Thomas Theodore Merrylin genuine?

    Many believe the story is simply a well-crafted narrative pieced together by
    talented artist Alex CF, who claims to be the curator of the Merrylin Cryptic Collection.

    Alex CF specializes in similarly weird pieces of art.

    The Merrylin Cryptic Museum website, however, goes to great lengths to portray a valid
    collection of strange artifacts.

    Tall tale or not, these specimens and the story surrounding them are intriguing and spine-chilling.

    Merrylin Cryptid Collection



    http://www.davidwolfe.com/london-hom...ound-basement/
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    Quote Posted by Cidersomerset (here)
    WTF !!! Truth or Hoax ????? weird ! Artist is always a Red Flag in these matters ?

    Cider this is a hoax.


    It's a damned wonderful hoax. It's actually art. The creator has penned a fictitious origin story and is a master model maker, and on top of it, a decent actor.
    Just FYI, they do not make it easy to determine it's a hoax. It took me a couple of days, and I got pretty sucked into the vampire stories and what not.
    For those wanting to take a ride, I recommend checking this out.
    The whole thing feels very HP Lovecraft if you allow yourself to get sucked in.
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    "Are these pictures PROOF that fairies exist? Rapper from Goldie Lookin Chain claims to have images of 'tiny flying creatures with arms, legs and wings' taken as he was on a 'countryside stroll'

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4EPvrN6wf
    Cant post the picture,sorry.
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    Hi Cider


    I suppose that last post was a tad presumptuous on my part to just state it is a hoax.
    Bottom line, the tell is in that they make these things available for purchase, and there is just no way in hell this would be the case if the stuff was real.
    I'm not saying the stuff talked about by Haimi Mousan and LA Marzuli is a hoax, no see the care they are taking to not have dark agencies "aquire" this. Haimi wouldn't let LA Marzuli release video or talk about the subject for two years while they did their testing.
    This is the kind of care that gets taken when you find something real. Not make the stuff for sale like the Merrilyn Cryptid Museum is doing.

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    Quote Cider this is a hoax.


    It's a damned wonderful hoax. It's actually art. The creator has penned a fictitious origin story and is a master model maker, and on top of it, a decent actor.
    Just FYI, they do not make it easy to determine it's a hoax. It took me a couple of days, and I got pretty sucked into the vampire stories and what not.
    For those wanting to take a ride, I recommend checking this out.
    The whole thing feels very HP Lovecraft if you allow yourself to get sucked in.
    Yeah the more I'm looking at it there are far more questions than answers,
    though the original #1 is interesting if the guy in the lab coat is genuine....
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    Quote "Are these pictures PROOF that fairies exist? Rapper from Goldie Lookin Chain claims to
    have images of 'tiny flying creatures with arms, legs and wings' taken as he was on a
    'countryside stroll'

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4EPvrN6wf
    Cant post the picture,sorry.
    Much love


    Musician John Rutledge came across the groups of translucent figures (pictured)
    when he was walking in a field near Newbridge, Wales

    John zoomed in and got a closer look at the translucent figures, which were around
    4cm tall. They also appeared to have wings, arms and legs.

    The 39-year-old from Newport, South Wales said: 'It's amazing. When we checked the image we couldn't believe our eyes.

    'Ever since childhood I've wanted to witness a paranormal event.









    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4EQ2D5L4R
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    The Pedro Mountain Mummy is legit. For those who wish to go down a pretty cool rabbit hole, check that out. A 12 inch mummy found in like 1932. A Dentist acquired the specimen and did the x-rays you see below. The Dentist was in the midst of trying to alert the scientific community when he suddenly died and the mummy was no more, stolen. The mummy was determined to be that of a 65 year old man.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Pedro_Mountains_Mummy


    Quote In October 1932, while digging for gold in the San Pedro mountains, Carbon County, Wyoming, two prospectors, Cecil Mayne and Frank Carr, blasted their way through some thick rock that a large vein of gold continued into. When the dust settled, they saw they had opened up a small room, approximately 4 ft tall, 4 ft wide, and about 15 ft deep. This is where they said that they first saw the mummy of a tiny person.

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    Quote Posted by betoobig (here)
    "Are these pictures PROOF that fairies exist? Rapper from Goldie Lookin Chain claims to
    have images of 'tiny flying creatures with arms, legs and wings' taken as he was on a
    'countryside stroll'
    I don't mean to be the resident debunker, but without better quality pictures, these must surely be grasshoppers. Grasshoppers have long legs that hang down when they are in the midst of their flying.
    I'm not saying this stuff doesn't exist, but this picture wouldn't count as evidence in my opinion.
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    Quote Posted by DNA (here)
    Quote Posted by betoobig (here)
    "Are these pictures PROOF that fairies exist? Rapper from Goldie Lookin Chain claims to have images of 'tiny flying creatures with arms, legs and wings' taken as he was on a 'countryside stroll'
    I don't mean to be the resident debunker, but without better quality pictures, these must surely be grasshoppers. Grasshoppers have long legs that hang down when they are in the midst of their flying.
    I'm not saying this stuff doesn't exist, but this picture wouldn't count as evidence in my opinion.
    You have to agree is a glimpse.
    There is much more than meets the eye.
    Remain open
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    Default Re: What Is This Weird Creature With Wings In This Jar?

    .
    Almost certainly a hoax (of course). This one was:



    The creator, Dan Baines, a prop maker, published the photo at the end of March 2007, and then on 1 April (after creating quite a stir!) confessed:
    Quote Thank you for the interest you have shown in my story.

    Even if you believe in fairies, as I personally do, there will always have been an element of doubt in your mind that would suggest the remains are a hoax. However, the magic created by the possibility of the fairy being real is something you will remember for the rest of your life.

    Alas the fairy is fake but my interest and belief has allowed me to create a work of art that is convincing and magical. I was also interested to see if fairy folklore is still a valid belief in modern society and I am pleased to say that yes it is! I have had more response from believers than I ever thought possible.

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    There will Always be 'doubting Thomas' here in 3-D world. Rather than accept the FACT that our universe is FILLED with Many things that We haven't a Clue about, they'd rather limit their experience than to accept that there's more to our world than meets the eye. Our senses are Severe filters through which we perceive our 'reality', but even quantum physicists acknowledge that there are entire Universes within the length of our arms.. just that WE cant' see or touch them due to the limitations that WE Ourselves impose upon psyche.

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    Kindred, I so agree with you. Why would we think we know everything, every possibility? We just aren't that wise, experienced, or knowledgeable. Any of us, period. Far better to be humble, keep an open mind and revel in the possibilities!!

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    Little update from LA Marzulli. Claims of dna testing


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    Hoax or not, this is so interesting.. it makes me want to go way back and dig for more.
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    OK " interesting hoax".

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