One of the most fantastic crop formations that has everappeared was immediately destroyed by an outraged farmereven after he was paid to allow time for scientificresearch. He accepted the payment, then, moments later,wrecked the formation with his tractor. Fortunately, famed Mexican UFO researcher Jaime Maussan, who has the right philosphy about UFOs and crop circles, was in the formation and managed to take the fine close-up photos reproduced here of the delicate, three-dimensional swirls that had appeared, two of which appear in this story.
Crop circle researchers were surprised to find theformation, which was not in the field the night before.The anger of the farmer illustrates a situation that isbuilding in England's fields. The National Farmer's Uniontakes the position that all of the formations are created byvandals. They represent a costly problem for farmers,especially as they are getting larger and larger andappearing in more fields every year. While the financialloss involved for the economy is negligible, for a farmerwho has one or two large formations in his crop, they can besignificant.
Because the British government, and therefore the Farmer'sUnion and the media continue to claim that the formationsare man-made, the farmers are left with the false impressionthat this could be controlled if only the vandals could befound.
Unfortunately for them, until there is official recognitionof the reality of the mystery, the formations are likelycontinue to increase every year in number and complexity.
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