Updated Part 2:  Military Helicopters Over East Field Wheat Formation

"There was a terrible smell from the helicopter.  I can describe it as being a sulfurous smell – very powerful! It made my eyes burn. I noticed half a dozen other people as well – they were quite severely affected. I saw one man throwing up into the crop.... and my dosimeter shot up very high between 300 and 500 ... which means get out of the place. It’s dangerous!"

- Andrew J. Buckley, U. K. Graphic Designer

Black, unmarked Apache helicopter hovered above cameraman Winston Keech in the East Field formation on July 10, 2007. Dark object to right of helicopter is unidentified. Video image © 2007 by Winston Keech.
Black, unmarked Apache helicopter hovered above cameraman Winston Keech in the East Field formation on July 10, 2007. Dark object to right of helicopter is unidentified. Video image © 2007 by Winston Keech.

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July 19, 2007 / Updated  July 27, 2007  Alton Priors, Wiltshire, England -  On Tuesday, July 10, 2007, Charles Mallet, Owner, Silent Circle Cafe near Cherhill, Wiltshire, England, had gone to see the massive East Field wheat formation that apparently formed within a 90-minute window of time early Saturday morning, July 7, 2007. (See Part 1.)

 

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