You’re getting tomorrow’s glitch early, since no one wants do deal with grammar on a major holiday.
I don’t know if faries is a typo or a misspelling, but it’s wrong. It should be either fairies or faeries.
The comma after hunter doesn’t belong. (If you leave the comma in place, the person who sees the fairies attack the hunter is the one who strips the flesh from the hunter’s bones, rather than seeing the fairies do that, too.)
It was one thing to hear that the fairies weren’t nice. It was another to see them attack a hunter and strip the flesh from his bones.
Depends on what the hunter was hunting, doesn’t it? If he was there to hunt the fairies, I’d say he had it coming.