“Some force (from UFO?) was shaking the wheat with two different forces at once and the plants got down pretty flat. We went over and looked. The stems were not broken. That astounded me!”
- Pasquale Galante, English TeacherOctober 28, 2010 Santa Barbara, California - The modern age of crop circle formations began in the 1980s in the region of Hampshire and Wiltshire Counties of southern England. Researcher and photographer Lucy Pringle described in her 1999 book, Crop Circles: The Greatest Mystery of Modern Times, one eyewitness case. Around 5:30 PM on July 11, 1981, in Westbury, Wiltshire, researcher Ray Barnes watched seed heads on a crop “jiggle” as if shaken while a “wave or line” of invisible force moved in an arc across the field. Then in only a few seconds, a section of the crop went down in a neat circle.
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