Part 2:  U. K. Farmers Impressed by High Strangeness in Crop Formations

07-07-07 East Field Phenomenon Reprinted on October 9, 2010

 

Updated Part 1:  1,033-Foot-Long East Field Wheat Formation
“Happened Within 90 Minutes.”
Investigators presented video and eyewitness evidence at July 19, 2007,
press conference in Coronation Hall, Alton Barnes, Wiltshire, U.K.

© 2007 by Linda Moulton Howe

“We were the first to reach the formation at 4 AM (July 7, 2007) after seeing a very bright flash of light. The wheat circles were raised 6 inches above the ground so when we stepped in, the plants crunched under our feet like we were stepping on delicate crystals.”

- Gary King, Cardiff, U. K. Paralegal

4 AM digital images added below.

Approximately 3:20 AM, Saturday, July 7, 2007, Alton Priors, Wiltshire, England. Sony digital still frame in pre-dawn misty haze from atop Knap Hill looking toward Woodborough Hill (center dark clump of trees near horizon.) Vast wheat formation of 150 circles spread across 1,033 feet was created some time in the previous 90 minutes to hour and 45 minutes. Image © 2007 by Winston Keech.
Approximately 3:20 AM, Saturday, July 7, 2007, Alton Priors, Wiltshire, England. Sony digital still frame in pre-dawn misty haze from atop Knap Hill looking toward Woodborough Hill (center dark clump of trees near horizon.) Vast wheat formation of 150 circles spread across 1,033 feet was created some time in the previous 90 minutes to hour and 45 minutes. Image © 2007 by Winston Keech.

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July 19, 2007 / Updated  July 27, 2007  Alton Barnes, Wiltshire  -  Gary King is 41-years-old and currently a Linguistics student at Cardiff University in Wales, U. K. Between 1985 and 1987, he had worked as a paralegal in London and then moved on to form his own private investigator company to trace missing persons and investigate cases of matrimonial discontent. He was doing private-I work until July 1997, when he walked into his first English crop formation "and life has changed considerably ever since," Gary told me in a July 11, 2007, phone interview. He explored Navaho reservations in Arizona, studied the dance traditions of West Africa, increased his knowledge of Tai Chi and other martial arts. He began to realize that he was becoming increasingly sensitive to the seen and unseen.

 

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