August 24, 2002 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – Paul Anderson, Director of the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network, (see website below) is reporting six patterned crop formations since July 23rd.
Wheat formation reported July 23, 2002. Approximately 140 meters/354 feet longest length. Electrostatic crackling sound reported by two visitors to the formation. Aerial photograph © 2002 by Clynt King.
Wheat formation reported July 23, 2002. Approximately 36 meters/119 feet longest length. Wheat plants laid clockwise in circles and ring. Aerial photographs after field harvested © 2002 by Clynt King.
Fifteen circles in wheat reported August 3, 2002. Approximately 41 meters/135 feet diameter. Diagram © 2002 by Paul Anderson, CCCRN.
Aerial photograph of ten of the circles © 2002 by Andre Forget, Montreal Gazette. The other five circles are out of view.
Formation in barley reported August 7, 2002. Approximate longest length was 10.4 meters/34 feet (not counting three trailing grapeshot circles) by 9.1 meters/30 feet wide. Diagram © 2002 by Paul Anderson, CCCRN.
Formation in wheat reported August 17, 2002. Diagram © 2002 by Paul Anderson.
Midale, Saskatchewan formation in wheat reported August 17, 2002. Aerial photograph © 2002 by John Erickson, CCCRN / Sunrise Aviation.
Formation in wheat reported August 20, 2002. Large circle diameter 15 meters/50 feet; four smaller circles diameter 2.4 meters/8 feet, a pattern like ones in England in the late 1980s sometimes called a “Celtic cross.” Paul Anderson reports that the center circle” also has a burned ring inside it.” Diagram © 2002 by Paul Anderson, CCCRN.
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