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After Hungerford UFO sightings, now it's crop circles

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After Hungerford UFO sighting, now it's crop circles

There’s something very strange going on near Hungerford.

First it was unusual lights in the skies over Hungerford and Lambourn, and now it seems the nearby fields are playing host to some strange phenomenon.

A large crop circle was first spotted at a field at Fox Hill near Liddington, Wiltshire on Sunday, and Baydon resident Brian Billington took this picture of the (possibly) extra-terrestrial pattern.

Michael Stewart, writing on the Crop Circle Connector website said of the sighting: “The Fox Hill crop circle of August 9 is a clear demonstration of two overlapping circles forming a vesical shape as proposed by David Furlong [author of Keys to the Temple].

“Whoever the circlemakers might be they are clearly drawing our attention to the GP geometry and apparently also to this ancient landscape geometry of Wiltshire – Wiltshire being the focal point of crop circle activity over many years.”

What do you think? Let us know in the comments below.

Photo courtesy of: http://www.bkbphotography.co.uk/

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  • thewiseweasel

    15/08/2015 - 15:03

    The usual piss-heads from Honey Street are likely to blame. Time they got a life or stopped using the drugs.

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  • orreman

    13/08/2015 - 00:12

    Its obvious that some of the most complicated Crop Circles are not manmade and there has been some success interpreting them.. Google "Inaja UFO Photo" .http://ufodigest.com/article/archaeological-breakthrough-proves-aliens-exist

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