Mission, British Columbia, Canada Seed Corn Formation Changed Shape Before Harvest

About an hour east of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is the farming community of Mission where two pictograms in 9-foot-tall corn stalks were first reported on September 8, 2002. By September 30, the pattern with the long pathway had changed shape.
About an hour east of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada is the farming community of Mission where two pictograms in 9-foot-tall corn stalks were first reported on September 8, 2002. By September 30, the pattern with the long pathway had changed shape.

October 11, 2002  Mission, British Columbia, Canada – The director of the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network (CCCRN), Paul Anderson, reports that one of the two pictograms discovered in seed corn in early September had dramatically changed shape by September 30. See prior Earthfiles report. That day local resident, Karen McInnes, called to tell Paul she had seen the new pattern from the nearby freeway. She had been looking ever since she saw and reported the first two patterns back on September 8, 2002.

Paul contacted a pilot who agreed to fly on October 2 and take some photographs so we could see exactly what had changed.

Paul writes, “I just received copies of the newest aerial photos of the Mission #2 formation taken on October 2, 2002. I noticed that in each of the two new long pathways on either side (of original pattern), there is a dark ‘line’ going across their width at about the same spot in each; not sure what those are. The formation has significantly evolved from its previous appearance, as of at least September 22 when we were there” to collect plant and soil samples for analysis by biophysicist W. C. Levengood.

Strangely, no one else has contacted Paul or the farm owner, Bobby Braich, about the patterns on either side of the freeway. Mr. Braich says to his knowledge there has been no newspaper or other media report to date. Mr. Braich did not even know the pattern had been expanded upon. Nothing more is expected because the field was harvested last weekend.

On left, latest aerial photograph of the evolving Mission, B. C. #2 pictogram taken on October 2, 2002 by Darren Mac. For comparison on right is first phase of pictogram photographed on September 26, 2002 by Bill Dietrich and Alexander Burton for © 2002 by Paul Anderson, CCCRN, and Linda Moulton Howe.
On left, latest aerial photograph of the evolving Mission, B. C. #2 pictogram taken on October 2, 2002 by Darren Mac. For comparison on right is first phase of pictogram photographed on September 26, 2002 by Bill Dietrich and Alexander Burton for © 2002 by Paul Anderson, CCCRN, and Linda Moulton Howe.
The newly evolved pictogram pattern on left across the freeway from the simpler Mission #1. Both were first reported on September 8, 2002 by Karen McInnes.
The newly evolved pictogram pattern on left across the freeway from the simpler Mission #1. Both were first reported on September 8, 2002 by Karen McInnes.


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Mission, B. C., Canada Time Line

September 8, 2002 – Local resident, Karen McInnes, sees both pictograms from the Mission freeway and calls Paul Anderson, Director, Canadian Crop Circle Research Network (CCCRN).

September 22, 2002 – Paul Anderson visits both formations to collect soil and corn plant samples for examination by biophysicist, W. C. Levengood.

September 26, 2002 – Aerial photographs of both formations are taken for Paul Anderson and Linda Moulton Howe by pilot and photographer, Bill Dietrich and Alexander Burton.

September 30, 2002 – Karen McInnes sees changes in long pictogram pattern again from the freeway and calls Paul Anderson.

October 2, 2002 – Pilot and photographer Darren Mac takes new aerial photographs of changed pattern.

October 5, 2002 – Weekend – The corn fields were harvested.


Websites:

http://www.geocities.com/cropcirclecanada/circlescanada02.html (Canada)

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