Part 1:  Roswell “Rock” Matches August 2, 1996, U. K. Crop Pattern.

“Nine times out of ten when I put a magnet over the top of the pattern side of the rock, the rock wants to spin counter-clockwise.”

- Robert L. Ridge, Roswell, NM

Left:  Mysterious 1.96 inches (5-centimeters) by1.69 inches (4.3-centimeters) diameter rock that weighs 50.78 grams, measured on July 15, 2008, in Physical Sciences Department at  Eastern New Mexico University. The carved rock was found by Roswell auto repairman,  Robert Ridge, 50, during his September 4, 2004, deer hunting trip near Capitan,  New Mexico, 17 miles southeast from the July 1947 UFO crash site between Corona and Roswell. Image by Robert Ridge.   Right:  Wheat formation, 120 feet long,  reported August 2, 1996, below the Liddington Castle hill fort in Chisledon,  near Swindon, Oxfordshire, England, on Wiltshire County border.  Aerial image © 1996 by Steve Alexander.   Also see:  Cropcircleconnector.com.
Left: Mysterious 1.96 inches (5-centimeters) by1.69 inches (4.3-centimeters) diameter rock that weighs 50.78 grams, measured on July 15, 2008, in Physical Sciences Department at Eastern New Mexico University. The carved rock was found by Roswell auto repairman, Robert Ridge, 50, during his September 4, 2004, deer hunting trip near Capitan, New Mexico, 17 miles southeast from the July 1947 UFO crash site between Corona and Roswell. Image by Robert Ridge. Right: Wheat formation, 120 feet long, reported August 2, 1996, below the Liddington Castle hill fort in Chisledon, near Swindon, Oxfordshire, England, on Wiltshire County border. Aerial image © 1996 by Steve Alexander. Also see: Cropcircleconnector.com.

 

July 11, 2008  Roswell, New Mexico - On September 4, 2004, Roswell self-employed auto shop owner, Robert L. Ridge, decided to go bow and arrow hunting for deer in Cedar Hill near Capitan Mountain, about 17 miles southwest of the alleged UFO crash of a wedge-shaped aerial vehicle between Corona and Roswell sixty-one years ago in July 4 to July 6, 1947. He has lived in Roswell the entire fifty years of his life and many times before had traveled to Cedar Hill to hunt deer.

 

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