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Junior Skeptic 36: Cottingley Fairies
Junior Skeptic 36: The Cottingley Fairies
In this issue of Junior Skeptic, guest writers Jillian Baker and Jason Loxton had a lot of fun researching one of history’s most unusual stories about fairies. Like many fairy tales, it’s a story with some lessons to teach. One is that it’s foolish to underestimate kids. Another is that you shouldn’t believe everything you see! How did two girls fool the world’s greatest writer of detective stories? Let’s find out!
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This issue of Junior Skeptic was originally published in Skeptic magazine 15.3 (2010).
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