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Crop Circles
A radio station admits to being the creator of a crop circle.
Categories: Crop Circles, Radio
Posted by Alex on Fri Aug 08, 2003
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The Guardian asks: Why do people still bother to make crop circles?
Categories: Crop Circles, Psychology
Posted by Alex on Tue Jul 22, 2003
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Four teenagers confess to having made the crop circles that appeared in the Sacramento Valley a few weeks ago (the largest circles ever to appear in the US). But others think the teenagers are lying.
Categories: Crop Circles
Posted by Alex on Mon Jul 14, 2003
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California farmer annoyed by crop circles that are destroying his wheat.
Categories: Crop Circles
Posted by Alex on Fri Jul 04, 2003
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image Strange crop circle mystery in London's Kew Gardens. A flower-shaped crop circle appeared in a field of wheat that had been specially grown there as part of an exhibit.
Categories: Crop Circles
Posted by Alex on Thu Sep 26, 2002
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Simon Jeffery of The Guardian offers a comprehensive guide to the phenomenon of crop circles.
Categories: Crop Circles
Posted by Alex on Tue Sep 17, 2002
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There's a new documentary movie out called "Crop Circles: Quest for Truth." It's got a pretty cool website. Apparently it argues that crop circles are the work of extraterrestrial beings of natural forces. But the San Francisco Chronicle reviews it and calls it a "credulous bore."
Categories: Crop Circles
Posted by Alex on Sat Sep 07, 2002
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A crop circle appears in a field in Eaton County, Michigan. Due to its similarity to the crop circles in Signs, authorities dismiss it as a prank.
Categories: Crop Circles
Posted by Alex on Sat Aug 31, 2002
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The Christian Science Monitor offers a brief history of the Crop Circle phenomenon, while also noting that SIGNS grossed $60 million in its first weekend at the box office.
Categories: Crop Circles
Posted by Alex on Mon Aug 12, 2002
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The LA Times reports that the upcoming movie Signs is renewing interest in crop circles.
Categories: Crop Circles, Entertainment
Posted by Alex on Thu Aug 01, 2002
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Daily Variety gave Shyamalan's new film Signs a mediocre review. I loved The Sixth Sense, but found Unbreakable disappointing. So I'm not expecting much from his new one.
Categories: Crop Circles, Entertainment
Posted by Alex on Tue Jul 30, 2002
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