Thursday, March 12, 2009

Leprechaun Camera Spots Strange Activity

BELFAST, Ireland (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A webcam in Belfast, Ireland, is your best bet for spotting a leprechaun on St. Patrick’s Day (Mar. 17).

For more than 10 years, John Murphy has been researching leprechauns and running a webcam on that’s set up in a remote area of Ireland called the “fairy ring.”

The farm land is rumored to be inhabited by leprechauns, as evidenced by sightings from various witnesses.

Last St. Paddy’s Day, the webcam captured strange footage that has yet to be explained.

Murphy says, “There was something over in the trees going past very fast. It moved at such a high-speed, it couldn’t be identified.”

While some believe the zooming object was a bird or butterfly, Murphy believes it could’ve been a little green man in disguise.

He says, “Leprechauns have the ability to take on other forms like a bird or something else.”

Murphy says most leprechaun webcam sightings occur around St. Patrick’s Day, because the Irish fairy is on everyone’s mind and the whiskey is flowing.

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