In mid nine-year-old Frances Griffiths and her mother—both newly arrived in the UK from South Africa—were staying with Frances' aunt, Elsie Wright's mother, in the village of Cottingley in West Yorkshire; Elsie was then 16 years old. Snelling's opinion was that "the two negatives are entirely genuine, unfaked photographs Several of the company's technicians examined the enhanced prints, and although they agreed with Snelling that the pictures "showed no signs of being faked", they concluded that "this could not be taken as conclusive evidence Frances' daughter, Christine Lynch, appeared in an episode of the television programme Antiques Roadshow in Belfast , broadcast on BBC One in January , with the photographs and one of the cameras given to the girls by Doyle. Towards the end of , Frances sent a letter to Johanna Parvin, a friend in Cape Town , South Africa, where Frances had lived for most of her life, enclosing the photograph of herself with the fairies. In one letter, dated , Frances wrote:. The recognition of their existence will jolt the material twentieth century mind out of its heavy ruts in the mud, and will make it admit that there is a glamour and mystery to life. The Cottingley Fairies appear in a series of five photographs taken by Elsie Wright — and Frances Griffiths — , two young cousins who lived in Cottingley , near Bradford in England.
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