The crop circle season isn't only beginning in the U.K., it's also taking place in Australia. Dozens of the circles appeared in a field of sorghum overnight, accompanied by loud "zapping noises" and a flash of green light. The electrical power also went out.
Farmer Kel Gowen was waked up about midnight by two loud "zaps." His farm worker, Noel Brady, whose cottage overlooks one of the fields, was also waked up by the first zapping sound, which was followed by the loss of power and bright green flashes. When he did a routine check of the property the next day, he saw 30 flattened circles in the sorghum.
Dreamland science reporter Linda Howe personally saw similar lights in English crop circles.
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