If you knew that something paranormal existed in this world, would you stop at any length to find it? Especially autonomous creatures that grant wishes? People devote their entire lives to religion and all they have to go on is faith. But deep down Crocker knows that fairies are real. He knows that a child in his classroom has access to them. Fairies are not a force for good. Timmy is allowed to wish for whatever he pleases. The fact that a neutral party is willing to grant godlike powers to children has devastating implications for mankind. How much destruction has Timmy alone caused? How many lives have been destroyed only for the effects to be reversed with a wish? Crocker doesn't know if his memories have been altered, but with his level of obsession it is sure to have crossed his mind. Crocker's battle against forces that are much greater than him reduced him to a anxiety stricken husk of man, desperately trying to understand the truth behind his reality. He is the hero we do not deserve.