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Original Subject: UFO UpDate: CCCRN News: Multi-Circle Formation - Kamsack, Saskatchewan
Original Date: Sun, 03 Nov 2002 22:23:14 -0500
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From: Paul Anderson <psa@...
To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates@...
Date: Sun, 03 Nov 2002 17:38:33 -0500
Subject: CCCRN News: Multi-Circle Formation - Kamsack, Saskatchewan
The E-News Service of the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network
November 3, 2002
MULTI-CIRCLE FORMATION - KAMSACK, SASKATCHEWAN
Late report received today of a nine circle formation found on
October 10, near Kamsack, Saskatchewan. In mature wheat,
discovered by a local pilot. Largest circle approximately 16.5
metres (55 feet) diameter. Overall pattern is irregular with
messy lay, with some tracks reported when first seen, going from
a road to the formation. A local grade 6 youth claims to have
made the formation with his cousin, taking two days. Further
A preliminary aerial photo has been added to the web site.
For all updates, see the Crop Circles in Canada 2002 page on the
This is the nineteenth report for 2002.
Crop Watch is an annual research project of CCCRN, including
field investigations and studies of formations, aerial
surveillance and awareness initiatives for farmers, the public
and the media, in particular during the prime August / September
'circle season' on the Canadian prairies
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