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While it is generally accepted that artists, not aliens, are responsible for the mysterious and intricate patterns that appear in farmers' cereal fields, how they create such large-scale patterns without leaving a trace of evidence remains a mystery.
The appearance of crop circles has baffled the public for centuries, with conspiracy theories abounding, including the common concept that U.F.O's visit the rural landscape on regular occasions, leaving mysterious and peculiar shapes on unwitting farmers fields.
Is this an amazing photo or just a really good Photoshop job? The newsdesk has been sent photos of a crop circle on Reigate Hill, just off the M25. Apparently a design with an alien head...
A POLICEMAN claims to have seen several "tall white" aliens walking through a freshly-made crop circle, in Wiltshire, it has emerged.
Reported 4th July.
Hugh Newman the author, world explorer, megalithomaniac and ancient mysteries researcher has found the location of this amazing crop circle which turns out to be close to Stonehenge.
Near Stourton, Wiltshire
Here's a glimpse inside the homegrown network of farmers, tourists, and true believers in Wiltshire, England.
“Whoever made this formation definitely voted leave - unless mysterious visitors weren't on the electoral register, of course."
Mark Rylance, the Oscar-winning actor, has claimed to be a "crop circle counsellor" to the Prince of Wales.
Crop circles have been entertaining and baffling people for years. But can you spot something even more strange than usual about these ones?
We want to believe, but unmanned aerial vehicles are going to make it way harder.
Into the vortex! A powerful new crop circle has just been reported to us with these photos and a short aerial video. It was filmed 12th of June, at Gerlingerstrae, Berlin, Germany
IT'S that time of year again, when corn fields become blank canvases and mysterious crop circles appear all over the countryside.
A CROP circle believed to be Dorset's first of the year has appeared.
A FORMER RAF engineer has sensationally claimed MI5 paid hoaxers to create fake crop circles to discredit genuine UFO sightings as part of a "Men in Black" cover up agenda.
And among other concerns, a January 2016 article on technology and culture website Inverse.com notes that the rise of drones in agriculture is “bad news for people who want to preserve the mystery of crop circles,” since it could become harder to spoof the circles as the surveillance provided by drones becomes ubiquitous.
Crop circles have been appearing around the globe for a very long time, and while some might represent the sloppy and obvious work of a few pranksters, others are so elaborate, so clever, so intricate, and so meaningful that their creation would require the use of highly advanced technology. It’s truly difficult to imagine how some of these designs could […]
Crop circles aren't a modern fad. Reports throughout history, before the term "crop circle" buzzed through the world, seem to refer to this phenomenon.