Part 3: U. S. Crop Formations, Wheat Pictogram in Madisonville, Tennessee

"The physical data knocks out the chance that people hoaxed this. People just cannot hoax the expulsion cavities and they cannot elongate the growth nodes..."

- Jeffrey Wilson, ICCRA

 Madisonville, Monroe County, Tennessee - site of the historic Cherokee nation's capital, Chota - is straight south of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory outside Knoxville and west of the Great Smoky Mountains.
Madisonville, Monroe County, Tennessee - site of the historic Cherokee nation's capital, Chota - is straight south of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory outside Knoxville and west of the Great Smoky Mountains.

Return to Part 1U. S. Crop Formations in Epps, Louisiana, and Red Bluff, Calif.

Return to  Part 2:  U. S. Crop Formations, Two Mysterious Grass Circles in Mission, Kansas.

June 7, 2007  Williamsburg, Ohio   -  On May 24, 2007, I received a phone call from Jeffrey Wilson, Director of the Independent Crop Circle Research Association (ICCRA) in Williamsburg, Ohio, telling me that the Monroe County Buzz newspaper in Madisonville, Tennessee, had a headline about a crop formation in a wheat field. Madisonville, Monroe County, Tennessee - site of the historic Cherokee nation's capital, Chota - is straight south of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory outside Knoxville and west of the Great Smoky Mountains (red circle on map).

 

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