Canadian Crop Circles and Mysterious Lights in Saskatchewan

 Saskatchewan has had the heaviest Canadian concentration of crop formations since the mid-1990s. The particular southeast region of the province shown in this map is one of the hot spots where patterns keep appearing year after year. In 2002, Punnichy in the far left circle had a series of four formations in wheat. The latest in the season, a 9-circle pattern discovered by a pilot on October 10, 2002, was discovered in a Kamsack wheat field, upper right circle.
Saskatchewan has had the heaviest Canadian concentration of crop formations since the mid-1990s. The particular southeast region of the province shown in this map is one of the hot spots where patterns keep appearing year after year. In 2002, Punnichy in the far left circle had a series of four formations in wheat. The latest in the season, a 9-circle pattern discovered by a pilot on October 10, 2002, was discovered in a Kamsack wheat field, upper right circle.

November 5, 2002  Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada - Paul Anderson of the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network (CCCRN) has received his 19th crop circle report for 2002. It is a pattern of nine circles. It is not known how many of the connecting pathways were part of the original pattern design and how many were paths made by curious residents. The largest of the nine circles was approximately 55 feet in diameter. It was found in mature wheat near the small rural town of Kamsack in southeastern Saskatchewan by a pilot flying over the field. He took a photograph that was printed by a local newspaper shown below.

 

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