“Worn-In” Tiny Shoe Found In Ireland? – YouTube
“Worn-In” Tiny Shoe Found In Ireland? – YouTube
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Hey guys, so although the idea of leprechauns and fairies, is considered to be,, well, a fairy tale… There does exist a handful of very compelling artefacts, unearthed over the years, particularly within the United Kingdom… Which have suggested the existence of an elusive race of tiny people… and although they were presumably wingless, judging by the relics found, they would be so small, they could indeed be considered to look just like modern representations of fairies!…
A worn-in, tiny shoe… found by a remote sheep farmer on an ancient trail within the Beara Peninsula in Ireland.
Could this be a tiny person’s shoe?
Black in colour, the craftmanship that had gone into creating the tiny piece of footwear, for our “giant hands,” would have been highly impressive, he was amazed to find that the shoe clearly shows signs of wear, particularly at the heel, in fact, although tiny, this shoe had indeed been well worn-in by someone no bigger than a pencil…
The farmer eventually gave the shoe to the local doctor, and eventually it was passed to the Somerville family, the current whereabouts of the shoe is unknown, although it is rumoured that it is in Munster, in Ireland.
At one point it was examined by scientists at Harvard University, they found it was indeed hand stitched, by tiny hands, using tiny stitches, and well-crafted tiny eyelets, it was also discovered to be made from mouse skin.
The belief in fairies, or tiny humans, is known as “fairy faith” it is still found throughout Europe and the UK.
In some parts of the world such as Iceland fairy faith is still very strong, artefacts left or given by these tiny people have been documented on several occasions.
The fairy woman’s cloth of Bursta-fijall, is but one example of a gift from these tiny beings, According to the legend attached to the tiny, unique relic, the wife of the district police superintendent and public prosecutor at the farm of Bursta-fijall in Vopnaf-jordur, in the east of Iceland, received this cloth as payment from a fairy woman whom she had midwifed. The cloth is now in the National Museum in Rekjavik. Thor Magnusson, who is the president’s Custodian of Antiquities says, ‘Certainly it’s a unique cloth,
There are some other ‘gifts’ too up and down the Atlantic coast of Europe including the flag of MacLeod, kept today at Dunvegan Castle…
Stolen from a group of tiny warriors… In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, the flag was believed to bring luck to the clan, MacLeod even brought a picture of the flag on bombing raids in the Second World War…
The most famous object is known as the “Luck of Eden Hall,” a cup that was won fairly from fairies, by a member of the Musgrove family. Today the cup stands, in the Victoria and Albert Museum. The cup, which is astoundingly beautiful, is surprisingly, of “eastern origins.”
Although many of the things mentioned could, and have been put down to elaborate, yet entertaining hoaxes… The fairy or Leprechaun shoe found in the remotes of Ireland, is one of those extremely rare artefacts, that does indeed seem authentic…
This may be why it is hidden away from certain individuals who would probably prefer it disappeared forever.
Thanks for watching guys, and until next time, take care.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fairy_ring

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddes…

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history…