A previously uncontacted people believed to be from Celtic descent were stumbled upon in the Rosebush area by an amateur geologist…
The tribe was last seen in and around Pantmaenog Forest…
When we think of uncontacted peoples our minds usually drift towards places such as the Amazon Rainforest, conjuring images of tribesman with no concept of the modern world throwing spears at helicopters. Imagine then an amateur geologist Rhys J. Sparks, out on his bi monthly trek around the Rosebush area to collect samples, coming face to face with a living relic of an ancient past - a real life lost Celt. It hardly seems believable.
“I thought perhaps it was an extra from a period drama…” Rhys explains, “…but when I asked whether I was intruding on a shoot he just stared at me and ran away. I found myself running after him as best I could and saw that he joined another similar looking man before disappearing over the horizon.”
Local historian Nicholas Wettys, another Rosebush resident, is very keen to validate the encounter between Rhys and the tribesmen:
“From what Rhys has described to me it sounds very genuinely like a lost fringe group of Celts from Roman Britain, something which is obviously fascinating for a historian like myself. However we must also think of the human side of this. These are real people who are possibly very vulnerable and due care needs to be taken. I admit it would be a shame if this turns out to be of work actors from Castell Henllys or some other heritage attraction.”
It seemed to us that Mr. Wettys was hinting at sentiments shared by other experts in his field, the harshest of which have branded Rhys J. Sparks as an “insane fantasist with nothing better to do”.
A search has been mounted to look for further evidence of the lost people, conducted and organised by Rhys J. Sparks himself who stated “I have had no help from authorities or any such organisation, nobody will take my claims seriously at the moment but I know what I saw and I am determined to prove it.” He has promised to let us know about anything he does find.
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