Fwd = CCCRN News: Update - Double Circle / Ring Formation in Limehouse, Onta
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Originally from: Paul Anderson <psa@...>
Original Subject: CCCRN News: Update - Double Circle / Ring Formation in Limehouse, Ontario
Original Date: Sun, 04 Aug 2002 20:15:59 +0000
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The E-News Service of the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network
August 4, 2002
CROP WATCH 2002
UPDATE - DOUBLE CIRCLE / RING FORMATION IN LIMEHOUSE, ONTARIO
Additional aerial photos have been added of both the Limehouse and
Georgetown formations, courtesy Clynt King (First Nations Environmental
Network) and Julia Henderson (The Helicopter Company, with the 'Crop Circle
Friendly Chopper'!). In the Limehouse photos, the field had already been
cut but formation still visible. Other ground photos were taken by the
farmer before field was cut and these will also be posted when available.
The farmer had tried to cut out the formation as much as possible, but was
only partially successful.
Also reports of odd 'flickering lights' and 'buzzing sounds' as well the
family dog barking a lot after formation was discovered (July 23).
Please continue to temporarily use the copy of the Crop Circles in Canada
2002 page here:
Additional photos here:
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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and reports on the crop circle phenomenon in Canada, as well as
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documenting the crop circle phenomenon and other possibly
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