between the sets of brackets that come up when you hit the youtube button while posting
So now both stories are in question. Are either true?
The first one involved tourists, and they phoned the police.
The police would have no authority whatsoever to allow the trespassers permission back in.
Now the whole ordeal smells of forgery.
I'll see if I can locate the previous one.
Could be just a different side of the same story, but the town names are different.
here's the original post news link....
And I found this is interesting from that article, by the pilot of the plane that takes the photos.
Expert Steve Alexander, who spotted the crop circle last week when flying overhead, said: 'I have never encountered anything like this before.
'We know crop circles are man-made and they cause huge problems for farmers because these crops are grown to earn the farmer income. However, there is no justification in using a firearm to intimidate people - that is simply illegal and totally wrong.'
Interesting, isn't it? He actually says...
'We know crop circles are man-made.......
Hell, I would have just assumed he was speaking about the ones around there, that he is familiar with. That he flys around looking for, and taking pictures of, earning an income.
I would imagine, that if he knew, or suspected, any were of other-worldly origin, he would have left out the "man made" entirely. It was not the topic point of the sentence.
Obviously, he is not talking about ones he hasn't seen. More the local area.
When he wakes up, he is sitting in his tractor, with a complete doughnut carved out by his machine, and the original formation looking a bit different, fixed and added to. Freaked out by the incident, fully understanding that something unhuman or supernatural just took place, he comes to the immediate conclusion that he needs to have a gun on his field at all times ready to shoot whatever made this thing. Absolutely completely not expecting some hoaxer, and completely forgetting about the media flurry and croppies that made him want to destroy the circle in the first place.
Absolutely speculation. Just a thought.
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