Hackpen Hill (3), nr Broad Hinton. Wiltshire. Reported 26th August
Oxleaze Copse, nr Stitchcombe, Wiltshire. Reported 23rd August.
Washington Crop Circle Surprising, But Typical Live Science - August 8, 2012
When a four-part crop circle pattern roughly resembling a Mickey Mouse head appeared last week in a wheat field outside of Seattle, Wash., farmers Greg and Cindy Geib were surprised - but not shocked. After all, it was not the first crop circle in the area; several others had appeared in previous years, mostly chalked up to mischievous youth. The pattern was noticed by a neighbor driving on a nearby highway who soon called the Geibs on July 24 and told them they'd been punk'd. The mysterious circle had apparently been made overnight, with no obvious signs of hoaxing. People are always surprised by crop circles (especially when it happens to them), but in fact they're not as rare as often assumed: According to an article by Richard Taylor published in "Physics World" (August 2011), "these patterns appear around the world at a rate of one every evening," making them literally an everyday event.
Geibs' fields near Wilbur. Washington. Reported 24th July CCC - August 8, 2012
Crop circles in Washington are quite rare, this is the third one in roughly the same area in about as many years.
Videos featuring reporter and researcher Jaime Maussan.
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