Out There stories relating to "Crop Circle"
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Not only did two crop formations appear in the same Brazilian town on the same day, researchers have offered a large cash reward to anybody who can prove them to be fakes. So, all you skeptics, get on the next plane and go for that twenty grand!
Monday, August 27, 2012
Now that farmers can hire circlmakers to decorate their fields for fun and PROFIT, more and more manmade formations are appearing. Some of them are even quite striking--from a distance. Up close, though, you find broken stems, no interweaving and generally rough edges. This formation, however, is among the most magnificent ever created. No human circlemakers are even close to the skill level required to create this superb work.
Monday, September 5, 2011
This would be an easy CGI effect to create, but Out There exists to take chances on videos like this. We really can't grade it. We've only had one or two YouTubers actually answer an inquiry, so we assume that most of them are hoaxers. but we've sent this one a message. If we get a reply, we'll let you know.
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
The farmer whose field received this gorgeous formation threatened to spray people entering it. He has harvested the field. Ah, life on a falling world, such a delight. Will the angels catch YOU in time?
Monday, July 25, 2011
A number of recent crop formations have been truly incredibe, completly impossible to produce by any known means. An excellent example is the huge formation at Etchilhampton, which displays a ring of woven wheat of an intircacy that cannot be explained. A formation such as this could not be made, for example, by some sort of a laser device pointing down from above, because the wheat must be literally woven like a carpet, and done without breaking the dry stems. Another at Roundway Hill
near Devizes is also extraordinarily intricate and beautiful.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Two aerial shots of this crop formation at Honeystreet near Alton Barnes show it incomplete and then complete. It's unusual but not unknown for formations to be added to, but very unusual for one to be seen clearly unfinished, then later finished. The formation is also very challenging, and unlike those known to be created by human circle makers. The complexity of the design and the subtle crafting suggest that this may be of unknown origin.
Thursday, June 2, 2011
This is one of the most extraordinary crop formations ever to appear. It's easy to dismiss as a hoax, much harder to determine how the hoaxers might have gone about creating it. In any case, it is beautiful, awe-inspring and very, very strange.
Wednesday, May 18, 2011