November 4, 2010

Live leprechaun web cam


I've always been fascinated by cryptozoology, the study of hidden animals. For example, Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, chupacabras and many other creatures. I don't think that this discovery falls under cryptozoology, but when I heard about Tipperary, Ireland I knew they had something special.


Located in Tipperary, Ireland there is a web cam that has been hidden. This web cam runs for 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The camera has been placed in an area that is believed by many to be enchanted. It is near what is known as a "fairy ring."

According to the website, you might see leprechauns and other Irish fairies such as pookas, banshees and merrows if you watch the cam closely.

Since the camera is in a very remote location, once the sun goes down there is nothing to see but a black screen. But when the camera is out, you have a great view of the fields of Ireland.

You can access the web cam through the website irelandseye. Send us an email, or leave a comment, if you ever see something on the camera.

Or check out these videos.

Here's a time lapse video of one day of the "leprechaun cam":

And here's another video in which the camera supposedly caught a leprechaun on film at :08 in trees to the right. The unknown object moves through the middle part of the trees. I think its a bird:

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