This puzzle is part of the Monthly Topic Challenge #6: Is it really that [time] again?.
Last weekend I caught up with a friend I hadn't seen in a while. I went round his house on the Friday night with a big bottle of whiskey and the two of us put the world to rights, chatting deep into the early hours of Saturday morning.
After much chat and joking about - and much, much whiskey - I eventually fell asleep on the sofa, waking up some unknown time later feeling very rough indeed. My mouth was painfully dry, my head was pounding, and I had absolutely no idea what time it was.
I had foolishly left my phone at home and don't wear a watch, so I gazed up at the clock on the wall instead, only to find it completely obscured by bright, colourful stickers of animals, fruit, mythical creatures... all sorts.
Had I been thinking straight I would have just turned on the TV and flicked to a news channel or something, but who can explain the thought processes of a man with a hangover...? Instead, I nudged my friend until he woke and asked what was up with the clock and the stickers.
"It's my daughter," he grunted. "She just loves clocks and all things similar. She's been playing with them all - moving them around, changing the times on them, covering them in stickers... Only one of them now tells the correct time currently."
I asked which one, and my friend replied:
"The one with a dragon, a ghost, a fairy, and a gnome on."
Then he fell back to sleep with a wry look on his face. In no condition to question, I then spent far too long traipsing around the house, checking all of the various timepieces I could find. Here are some photos of them all:
Try as I might I cannot work out which one my friend was referring to - which one is correct, and what time was it when I took its photograph?
TASK: What time is it? (You will need to identify which timepiece shows the correct time...)
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