The Fairies Throw Dust into the eyes of a Man who saw them Dance, Fairies in Welsh folklore and mythology, a tale from Nantlle Wales
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Category: Fairies
Sub Category: Fairy Dances
Title: The Fairies Throw Dust into the eyes of a Man who saw them Dance


William Ellis, of Gilwern, was once fishing in Llyn Cwm Silin on a dark cloudy day, when he observed close by in the rushes a great number of men or beings in the form of Fairy men, about a foot high, jumping and singing.| He watched them for hours, and he never heard in all his life such singing.  But William went too near them and they threw some kind of dust into his eyes. Whilst he was rubbing his eyes, the little Fairy family disappeared and fled somewhere out of sight and never afterwards was Ellis able to get a sight of them.


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