Bailey will bring you the luck of the Irish, as he has done for all of his previous keepers. The first keepers he had could not have children. Or at least that wasn't happening for them. This was in a time long before there were ways to test people to find out why there might be a problem. Bailey just tells us that they could not conceive in the 6 years he was with them. He always thought they did not want children until he overheard them talking and the Mrs. crying one night. Once he knew they just weren't having any luck, he fixed that for them and they conceived within the month. They also had a set of twins two years later.
The second keeper he had was a woman who wanted company without having to entertain guests after her husband past. She was very lonely, but she didn't want the hassle of having to keep up with a circle of friends and all that entailed. She had everything she needed aside from one friend to talk to.
One day, she took Bailey with her to the beach for the day. When they returned, her house had burnt down. She didn't have insurance on it, and she couldn't afford to buy another home. She did not know where she would go. Bailey worked his magic. A young couple walked by and saw her standing in front of where her house burnt down, just staring at the burnt debris. When they discovered it was her house that burned down, they offered her a place to stay until she could work things out. She took them up on the offer and stayed in their guest bedroom. A week later, she got word that her great aunt who lived 1,000 miles away had passed and left her money. A lot of it. The aunt had actually passed away several months ago, but they had trouble finding a will. Suddenly, they found a will and it showed everything was to go to her. She was one of four great nieces and nephews who were left in her family, and she only had one niece left. No other family. Still, the woman hadn't seen her in years, and they were not close. Bailey was responsible for this will, obviously. A will she never wrote, but the other family members were so cruel to her when she was alive, and he knew they did not deserve it. She and Bailey lived comfortably ever after.
When that woman passed, her home and the contents were auctioned off. A woman named Maribel was at the auction, and she recognized right away that Bailey's vessel was spirited. She bid on him, and when she did, someone who recognized her and new she was a spirit keeper bid higher. He wanted the vessel because he wanted to have a spirited doll himself, but he wanted a male spirit and had no idea where to find one. The bidding kept going to an astronomical price, but Maribel won, in the end.
The next day, out of nowhere, Maribel found an envelope full of cash on the ground as she was walking through a park. She looked around, and saw that there was nobody in the park. She put the money in her pocket and went home.
In the envelope, she counted exactly $100 more than what she paid for Bailey at the auction. Bailey told her the extra hundred was for her to get some groceries in the house. Something good. He was tired of lettuce and celery sticks.
When she went to the grocery store, Bailey told her pick up a lottery ticket. What kind, she asked? He said "Any". She said if I play one of the games where you choose numbers, what numbers should I choose? Bailey said, "Any". So she got a quick pick lottery ticket, allowing the computer to generate the numbers. She ended up being the sole winner of $3 million. She was only 28 years old when she adopted Bailey, and she was 59 when she died. She died of a heart problem she was born with but never knew she had. Her sister Dinah inherited her estate, Bailey included. Bailey thought she would be nice like Maribel, but she was not. She was able to communicate with him, but she wanted him gone. She didn't need him for anything. Despite how badly she didn't want him around, she felt no shame in asking us to pay for him if we wanted him. (And even though she inherited over a million dollars plus a $500,000 home).
We also have a Leprechaun spirit that is not bound to a vessel, which may be remotely bound to an item of your choosing. Look for Hal in our spirits and newly added items.