This fairy stone was tied to a cow's horn to keep pixies from stealing the milk.
(Warrington Museum and Art Gallery)

The 'fairy shoe' found on the Beara Peninsula, Ireland in 1835
(Christopher Sommerville)

A faery thorn bush in the grounds of the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Holywood, County Down, Northern Ireland
(Ulster Folk and Transport Museum)

The mummified little man found in the Pedro Mountains, USA
(John Bonar / Fortean Picture Library)

Else Arnhem's photographs of a faery, taken in Germany, summer 1927
(Mary Evans Picture Library)

The first photograph of the Cottingley fairie series, taken in England July 1917
(Brotherton Collection, Leeds University Library)

Dorothy Inman's faery photograph, taken shortly after Cottingley events.
(Brotherton Collection, Leeds University Library)

A photograph of the Little People in Cornwall, England showing a member of a group
of witches involved in obtaining the picture.
(S.I.N / Fortean Picture Library)

A tiny entity clad in knee-length shorts, located in the lower right of the picture
taken in La Jolla, Californa, USA.
(Bill Cox, The Pyramid Guide)

Craig-y-Ddinas, South Walkes, believed to be a faery haunt.
(Fortean Picture Library)

The Faery Hill at Aberfoyle, Perth, Scotland, where Reverend Kirk was captured by the fairies
(Fortean Picture Library)

Glaston bury Tor, Somerset, England, where St. Collen visited faeryland
(Fortean Picture Library)

A recent discover of a mumified faery located within a garden.
For more details and photos check out the site here.

It was believed that hanging gorse and fern on May Eve would keep the fairies out.
(Taken in 1918 near Moria, County Down, Norther Ireland, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum)