Fairy lore has survived for centuries and its effect on modern society is so unflinching that it has a popular brand of washing up liquid named after it.
The Celtic stories and the work of JM Barrie have helped the old fables find fresh audiences. However 'sightings' remain incredibly rare, but the legend goes on in the form of children's fairytale-based clothing which helps to maintain an innocent infatuation with the mystical Neverland.
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