FIELD REPORTS & UPDATES
An NHNE Special Report
By NHNE SwiftWing Reporter Sherry Stultz
sherrystultz@earthlink.net

 

NHNE Field Report 1
Friday, June 12, 1998

Hello Everyone! I am currently situated in the lovely town of Salisbury which is about 7 miles south of Stonehenge. Salisbury is a cathedral city, which means it has a lovely 12th century cathedral. England is cool and rainy, and has an overpowering greenness that is quite magical. I love it here! I am staying in a house (hostel) called Matt and Tiggy's and it's a story in itself....

NHNE Field Report 2
Tuesday, June 16, 1998

This last week has had a bigger impact on me than anything so far. I interviewed a woman named Kerry Blower who is originally from Wales, but moved to Avebury (Wiltshire) a few years ago. She and her husband, Tom, moved to the area after an amazing turn of events. Kerry is a singer/composer/UFO-crop circle conference organizer. And that's the proverbial tip of the iceberg. The full interview will appear when I return to the states, and it's an amazing story...

NHNE Field Report 3
Wednesday, June 24, 1998

Yesterday I spent a few hours talking with John Sayer, who publishes and edits THE CEREOLOGIST MAGAZINE, a quarterly journal for crop circle studies. John lives in a small village called Holybourne and I had tea with him at his house. Everyone I have spoken with has a story about how they came to be involved with crop circles. In this update, I want to tell John's story. His story, as they say here, "is a bit of a giggle," but I found it so intriguing that I wanted to share it now, rather than wait for the upcoming special report...

NHNE Field Report 4
Wednesday, July 1, 1998

Last week I invited myself to visit some new crop circles in the county of Hampshire with crop circle researchers John Sayer and Paul Vigay, and oddly enough renowned crop circle researcher Colin Andrews showed up and I was finally able to meet him. Richard Alexander and Leonie Starr, both crop circle veterans joined us, too, and were kind enough to show me the ropes. We investigated two different sites, Stocks Farm in Privet (oats) and one just off the village of Clanfield (wheat) both in the county of Hampshire, and concluded that both were most likely hoaxes...

NHNE Field Report 5
Saturday, July 11, 1998

What follows is a lengthy interview by NHNE SwiftWing Reporter Sherry Stultz with John Lundberg of the Circlemakers. Along with claiming to have made many of England's most spectacular crop circle formations, Lundberg and his associates were recently featured on an NBC crop circle expose' (broadcast Saturday, May 16, 1998) that was filmed in New Zealand. While the overly-hyped, poorly-researched NBC segment was widely criticized in the crop circle community, most researchers were impressed with the crop circle Lundberg and his associates produced. A picture of their New Zealand formation is presently posted on their website (http://www.head- space.com/circlemakers/nztrip.html)...

NHNE Field Report 6
Wednesday, July 22, 1998

On the morning of July 9th in East Field, Alton Barnes, on Polly Carson's farm, one of the most spectacular formations this year appeared. It resembled the Koch Snowflake. Folks I talked with at the site who had watched the field until 1 AM said they saw nothing...

NHNE Field Report 7
Wednesday, August 12, 1998

The following two interviews were the last I conducted before I left England (I am back in the states now). The first segment is regarding events that happened on Saturday night, July 25th near Alton Barnes in Wiltshire. It's a bit comical, but it is a first-hand account of the Circlemakers in action told by Matthew Williams of the TRUTHSEEKERS REVIEW MAGAZINE...

NHNE Crop Circle Update 8 (Part 1 & 2)
Tuesday & Wednesday, October 20 - 21, 1998

A few weeks ago, I received a phone call from one of the individuals I interviewed this summer. According to the call, Matthew Williams and Paul Damon of THE TRUTHSEEKERS REVIEW MAGAZINE had created crop circles all summer...

 

Go To:
Photographs


CROP CIRCLES
An NHNE Special Report
By NHNE SwiftWing Reporter Sherry Stultz
sherrystultz@earthlink.net