Jubal Cranch: A True Story of a Fairy Encounter

By Ken Korczak

A few years ago I met a man who claims his life was saved by a fairy — a real fairy. This particular fairy was a member of the “Little People” race known as an “Elemental.” Jubal Cranch, not his real name, was a homeless drug addict who was on the verge of killing himself. But he found salvation and new clean-and-sober life with the help of a tiny being, which at first he thought was an elf or fairy, but which called itself an Elemental. The way in which Jubal encountered his Elemental mentor is almost as unusual as the fact that his new “best friend” is a denizen of the Faery Realm.

Click on the link below to get your copy right now — I hope you enjoy this short e-book, and I would love your feedback — positive or negative! (I have a thick skin!)


7 thoughts on “Jubal Cranch: A True Story of a Fairy Encounter

  1. Hi Ken,

    Finally I published your story on my site.

    I took me a while because the file you sent me was all jumbled up. I let it rest for a considerate time, but there it is in all its glory.


  2. Hi! I was searching for info. on encounters with fairies and creatures seen under the influence of drugs since I do not wish to try it for myself.
    Your story has answered a lot of questions for me.
    Mainly that you do not have to do drugs to see other existances.
    I do not think you should be a ghost writer making other Authors famous.
    You should be writing books under your own name – stories such as this are very interesting – even more if they are based on real life experiences.
    Good Work – well done! – and if you write a book from this story let me know!

  3. Thank you so much for your kind words, Tiana. People like you make the hard work of writing so very worth while.

    I will have a book coming out under my own name in about a month — it will be caled Minnesota Mysteries and will be true stories of paranormal happenings in Minnesota — I have uncovered all kinds of strange and original tales, from ghosts and Bigfoot , to fairy encounteers and “little alien men” seen roaming in the Minnesota woods.

    I’l post an update on my blog when the book comes out.

    But, anyway, thanks again and many blessings to you!

  4. Just went through your pages. Are you interested in my ideas judge I have a nice joke for you people! 🙂 How does a spoiled rich girl change a lightbulb? She says, “Daddy, I want a new apartment.”

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