Crop Circle Being Formed By Two Balls Of Light?

There’s a lot of footage of this sort: military helicopters chasing silver balls in fields, strange small balls of light hurtling across the countryside away from crop circle visitors (I’ve even seen one myself, with a witness, in the Welsh Brecon Beacons); this footage, however, hoax or not, is one of the best.

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5 Responses

  1. j says:

    woah, is this real ?

    So youve got rid of the samurais ? I kind of miss them.

  2. Ed says:

    So do I. Check out the update on ‘about this site’, though 🙂

  3. J says:

    awesome , congrats on the hits.

  4. peeju says:

    Perhaps the crop circles are formed by spacecraft high up from view that beam a charge of sorts to the earth’s surface. The “beams” are instructed by a programmed template. Alien artists having fun with us – or maybe our own government navigators who are bored and are trying to give us the illusion of alien play. It must be awfully aggravating to the farmers! Too bad “they” could not tell us about the financial scamming ahead of time…

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