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  • Frits Westra
    May 5, 2002
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      Forwarded by: fwestra@... (Frits Westra)
      Originally from: Paul Anderson <psa@...>
      Original Subject: CCCRN News: Solved - Odd Field Pattern (Pike Lake, Saskatchewan)
      Original Date: Sun, 05 May 2002 00:56:31 +0000

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      CCCRN NEWS
      The E-News Service of the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network

      http://www.geocities.com/cropcirclecanada

      May 4, 2002

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      SOLVED - ODD FIELD PATTERN (PIKE LAKE, SASKATCHEWAN)

      The mystery of the odd field pattern 'formation' reported this past week
      near Pike Lake, Saskatchewan has been solved.

      The unusual dark markings in the stubble field turned out to be nothing
      more than piles of straw and manure dumped by the farmer after cleaning out
      his barns. Crop circles have sometimes been seen on usenet news groups and
      the like being referred to in a derogatory sense as 'crap circles' by the
      debunkers. In this case it seems, that is just what they were! So once
      again we await the first actual Canadian formation of the year...

      Thanks to CCCRN Saskatchewan coordinator Dennis Eklund for his assistance
      with this.

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