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

 

The Circlemakers are a group of individuals that create crop circles every summer in Wiltshire and adjacent counties in England. The major players include John Lundberg, Will Russell and Rod Dickinson. The site is maintained by John Lundberg for Head Space New Media. I interviewed John and Will this summer. Most of this interview appears in NHNE Field Report 5.

 

The Cereologist is the website for "The Cereologist", a journal for crop circle studies, which is published three times a year and costs 3 pounds per issue. John Sayer of Wheatley, Hampshire, is the editor of this journal. The site is maintained by John Sayer. I interviewed John Sayer and visited some crop circle formations with him in NHNE Field Report 3.

 

Paul Vigay's website is a compilation of his investigations into crop circles and other paranormal phenomena. It also includes information on government and global conspiracies. Paul helped me get NHNE Updates back to the USA and connected me with other people interested in the phenomena. Click here to read my interview with Paul.

 

The Crop Circular is a website that houses research by individuals such as Colin Andrews, Lucy Pringle, Freddy Silva, and other researchers. The site is maintained by Freddy Silva. Freddy Silva gave me my initial contacts in the UK. I interviewed Lucy Pringle and spent one afternoon with Colin Andrews.

 

The Crop Circle Connector is the largest crop circle website on the Net and contains information and photographs on crop circles from all over the world. It is maintained by Stuart Dike. I met Stuart Dike one afternoon on an overlook near a crop circle. I never got to interview him, though I wish I had.

 

 

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