Update On Unique British Crop Formations

A crop formation pattern not duplicated in previous worldwide patterns, discovered June 3, 2001 in barley at Wakerley village near Barrowden, Leicestershire, England. 120 feet in diameter. Aerial photograph © 2001 by Nick Nicholson, Editor, The Circular Review.
A crop formation pattern not duplicated in previous worldwide patterns, discovered June 3, 2001 in barley at Wakerley village near Barrowden, Leicestershire, England. 120 feet in diameter. Aerial photograph © 2001 by Nick Nicholson, Editor, The Circular Review.

October 10, 2001  Wakerley, Leicestershire, England - Nick Nicholson, Editor of The Circular Review in Calverton, Nottinghamshire, discovered an unusual crop formation in barley on Sunday, June 3, at Wakerley village near Barrowden, England. Nick's first e-mail to me with a ground photograph said: "I found a major formation near our last year's hunting ground between Morcott and Seaton in Leicestershire County."

 

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