FairyTale: A True Story (1997)
Harry Houdini: Never try to fool children. They expect nothing and therefore see everything.
Harry Houdini: Cover your ass!
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: Cover my what?
Polly Wright: I don't know which frightens me more, that the children are lying or that they are telling the truth.
Polly Wright: Frances, I've been down the beck a hundred times. Why haven't I ever seen any of them?
Frances Griffiths: Grownups don't know how to believe.
Edward Gardner: The photographs... they're genuine, then?
Harold Snelling: As the King's beard.
Edward Gardner: The girls will be herding the fairies back this way. I'm certain both girls are clairvoyant, and perhaps mediums as well. Together, they create an etheric field which allows the fairies to metabolize subtle amounts of ectoplasm into their bodies. That's how they're able to capture them on film. Do you see? No. Well, uhm... Well I don't expect you to understand.
Polly Wright: Thank you.
Elsie Wright: For what?
Polly Wright: For the photographs.
Frances Griffiths: I think I know what it means when they say that my Daddy's missing.
Elsie Wright: It means they don't know where he is.
Arthur Wright: There are two things that I know: no trickery was used in my dark room, and there are no fairies living at the bottom of my garden.