Crop circles turned up in the middle of 1,000 acres of wheat near the suburbs of Detroit two weeks ago. Researcher Jeffrey Wilson has determined that these circles, like those in Wisconsin that a farmer actually saw being created, are not manmade. Farmer Mike Esper says, “It gets weirder by the minute.”
Shawn Windsor writes in the Detroit Free Press that Esper discovered three circles, 51 feet, 10 feet and 8 feet in diameter, as he drove his combine around the wheat field. He mowed the first two down before he realized what they were, but he carefully preserved the largest one. He says, “I’m amazed by the whole thing. I wanted to leave it so people could see it.” He called Jeffrey Wilson to look at it.