In our newest Insight, Paul Anderson, of the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network, tells about the strange experiences of a CCRN team that recently inspected cornfields where two crop circles were formed during 2002. Dowsing rods went crazy, strange lights were seen and animals avoided the area. The circles appeared near a prehistoric site. These are the same anomalies that puzzle crop circle researchers in the U.K., but they're happening much closer to home.
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