|2012 Crop Circle report
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|This crop circle design appeared in large Canola
plants (also known as Rape in UK) with delicate
yellow flowers. It was first discovered at 8.0 am on
the 28th April, close to the A303 highway, opposite
Yarnbury Castle, an Iron Age Hill fort near
Stonehenge, England. Copyright: Matthew Williams
|"I can assure you it was a very wet night, in unforgiving conditions and
there was no sign of mud on the plants when found"
Posted May 9, 2012
|"Discovered at 8.0 AM
Corrina Thorby to the
Crop Circle Connector"
|Red Arrow shows the Chilbolton Observatory to the east of the crop circle near Stonehenge shown
by an orange arrow.
|I was one of the first persons into it at 10am... It
was pissing with rain and i entered via the longer
lower half of the field. I saw no signs of people
entering and this may have been due to their
entry from the upper part of the field. Plants didn't
appear to be damaged and there was no mud
visible as far as I could tell but it could have
dropped off with the rain.……..
Who ever wanted to make such a circle must be a
mad bastard on a mission because the weather
was so foul that I got soaked to the skin in 4
seconds of walking up the tram line. Unless they
had fully waterproof gear and wellies it would
have been a hellish task to create this circle.
However I do know a couple of people who would
make a circle under such horrid conditions and
probably without waterproofs.... Such is certain
peoples mania to create circles - especially when
they have driven a long way to do it.
|It can not be said for sure how this crop circle arrived in these conditions without obvious signs of
muddy boots and damaged plants. Until more information comes to light, it is left there.
|Precipitation Data 26-27-28 April
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