3. Taken Into Refuge
Eventually, the harvesters sought refuge for the children, and they were taken under the custody of a knight; Sir Richard of Caine who lived in a manor in Wyke, a ward in present-day West Yorkshire.
He was responsible for the welfare in East Anglia and twisted renditions of the story say that he took care of the Lamprey children, as a reference to the green children.
Suspicions of the green children led to conspiracy theories of them being Lamprey’s; a creature that looked like a faceless green serpent that lived in a time vortex.