“The film crew said there was heavy dew on the laid down crop, yet there were no footprints and it was not disturbed. They said the headdress formation was immaculate.”
- Charles Mallett, Silent Circle Research Centre
July 15, 2009 Silbury Hill, Wiltshire County, England - On the night of July 4 to 5, 2009, a crew of documentary filmmakers with high definition video cameras were camped on top of Silbury Hill from about 2 AM until sunup between 4 and 4:30 AM in the British higher latitude summer light. Atop Silbury Hill, the film crew was only a quarter-mile from the location of what many experienced crop formation investigators say is as spectacular a wheat formation as there has ever been. The pattern spans 350 feet in diameter with unusual shading and "immaculate" ground lay.
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