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Photographing Fairies

The book Photographing Fairies was made into the movie Photographing Fairies.

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Book details for Photographing Fairies

Photographing Fairies was written by Steve Szilagyi. The book was published in 1992 by eReads.com. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

 

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In the 1920s, a country policeman, Constable Michael Walsmear, punches his way into the London studio of Charles Castle, the world-famous American photographer, to show him some pictures. What Castle sees in Walsmear's pictures is incredible. When he goes... Read More
In the 1920s, a country policeman, Constable Michael Walsmear, punches his way into the London studio of Charles Castle, the world-famous American photographer, to show him some pictures. What Castle sees in Walsmear's pictures is incredible. When he goes to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for verification of the faerie images found on the negatives, Doyle tries to bribe Castle to destroy the pictures. But Castle will not be bought; he is out to discover the truth. And truth he finds in the small village of Burkinwell, a village built upon secrets, strange sexual practices, beautiful gardens, and true human nature.

Movie details for Photographing Fairies

The movie was released in 1997. More information on the movie is available on IMDb.

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