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Sun, 23 Jul 2017
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Contact: MobileAfter Hungerford UFO sighting, now it’s crop circles

Crop circles – now they’re a crime.

Wiltshire Police has officially outlawed the phenomenon, issuing a public decree this month.

That could make for some interesting arrests – last year an off-duty Wiltshire policeman reportedly saw aliens inspecting a local crop formation, according to national newspaper reports.

Within the last few days the force issued a press release, which stated: “With summer well and truly under way, we have seen an increase of crop circles appearing across the county.

“They might seem harmless but they actually have a huge negative impact on the hard-working landowners and farmers whose crops are damaged.

“Creating a crop circle is criminal damage and an offence.”

The force has urged all farmers and landowners to report crop circle formations using the non-emergency 101 number, “so they can be recorded”.

The force added: “Often immediately after a crop circle appears, individuals will arrive with a drone to photograph it.

“Take note of any vehicles, their registration plates, and any individuals and pass this information to the police.”

If a crop circle is created on your land, Wiltshire Police advise informing the crop circle community “if you decide to allow – or not allow – access to the general public, and if you intend to cut the circle out”.

The force points landowners to the following three websites to do this:

http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/anasazi/post2004.html

http://temporarytemples.co.uk

Finally, the force asks: “If you can see a crop circle creation in progress, call police on 999.”

One spectacular formation appeared in a field in West Woodhay in 2001, followed by reports of strange lights in the evening sky.

That formation, dubbed the cosmic serpent by enthusiasts, spanned 11 tractor tram lines and was one of the largest seen in the UK.

It immediately attracted hundreds of sightseers and simultaneously earned the ire of landowner Harry Henderson, who said at the time: “Some say it’s to do with aliens but it’s not – it’s a team from Holland.

“They’ve been caught at it.”

However, some formations are not so easily explained, displaying amazingly intricate ‘basket weave’ patterns; brittle stalks being inexplicably bent rather than broken; nodes rent by steam holes as if from a mysterious heat source and genetic changes in the affected crop reportedly recorded.

Physics World magazine has even speculated that the high-tech creators of such formations are somehow using microwaves generated by a device called a magnetron, directed by GPS satellite.

Mysterious crop circle leaves residents scratching their heads as it has uncanny resemblance to popular children’s toy

Matthew Williams spotted the 200ft formation on Friday morning – and it is understood the mysterious shapes were carved out of the crops on Thursday.

Bykirsten McStay
14:39, 23 JUL 2017 Updated 14:42, 23 JUL 2017

 

Confused residents woke up on Friday morning to discover a mysterious crop circle had been created in a near by field and looks suspiciously like a recent children’s craze.

 

(Image: SWNS)

Confused residents woke up on Friday morning to discover a mysterious crop circle had been created in a near by field and looks suspiciously like a recent children’s craze.

The unusual design was spotted this week near Climping Beach in West Sussex and experts believe the mysterious markings appear to be a fidget spinner – because there are four circular ‘arms’ linked to a central hub.

 

Matthew Williams spotted the 200ft formation on Friday morning – and it is understood the mysterious shapes were carved out of the crops on Thursday.

The crop circle expert, from Avebury, Wilts, said: “This is a great formation. It certainly could be the world’s largest fidget spinner, although I have no idea who created it.

 

“I don’t know who left it there, but whoever did definitely had some time on their hands.

 

Fidget spinners have been such a popular craze with children this year that some schools have even banned them.

Police recently warned an increase in crop circles was down to drone users, who share their footage online. Farmers were urged by to report any which appeared on their land.