Australian Man Claims Crop Circles Are Genuine.

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A while back some snotty teacher’s pet ruined the imaginative theory for us all that crop circles were made from UFO’s, by hoaxing us with their deliberate man-made circles.

The balloon was popped and everyone went back inside for further drudgery. But now it seems an Australian man has actual proof that crop circles may have existed as far back as 1880, calling into question the hoax theory.

Greg Jefferys, from Hobart, Tasmania, claims that his research could once more show that the circles are an unexplained phenomenon. Using Google Earth’s new 1945 overlay – images of places taken 68 years ago – Jeffreys discovered a large number of crop circles throughout the English countryside using the technology after he had read an article printed in the science journal Nature printed in 1880 about crop circles, which claimed they had been around since the 1700s.

So coupled with this information and his photographic discoveries using the specialised Google Earth technology Jefferys is confident we can once again file crop circles under ‘unexplained’.

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Man Receives E-Mail From Dead Friend.

File this under ‘Unexplained‘, because to date there still hasn’t been a sufficient explanation as to why close friends of young man from Pennsylvania all received e-mails from his account after he had died.

E-mails which specifically referenced private conversations and details only his friends would know about.

 

Weird Lights Over El Paso

Following on from our last post, (see below), concerning strange lights over international airports in China, this latest footage of what appears to be a cluster of UFOs shot in El Paso and Manhattan is…well…just plain weird.

As you can see in both the footage in Texas and New York the lights do have similar patterns and have appeared in the sky at night and during the day. Aviation authorities are feeding out an extremely tepid explanation involving airshow pilots. Really?

But the most important aspect of this report is that news media stations still insist on using either the theme from The X Files or Unsolved Mysteries when reporting on stories of this nature, coupled with a cheesy ‘little green men’ joke in conclusion. Waken up! Get your bath tub filled now! They’re a coming.