As time passed, the little girl began to thrive in the village of Woolpit and took the name, Agnes. Unfortunately, the little boy became ill and died young.
Agnes lived with Sir Richard until she was old enough to marry a man and move away.
Although it’s unclear whether or not the green children really existed, and we may never know for sure what happens to them, the legend lives on.
If you ever find yourself in Suffolk, England, where the village of Woolpit is located, you can find a sign with the green children pictured on it in their honor.
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