Fake Crop Circles - Part II
What Human Beings Can Do
|This fake effort with commentary may be found
The circlemakers realized one of their collective
ambitions recently when they collaborated with Doug Bower. A BBC camera crew
were there to capture the action for an upcoming documentary.
[ Image courtesy A J Samuels ]
Detail of the 'circlemakers' inside the 'Yell' logo.
[ All other image © 'circlemakers' ]
Rather unnervingly a photo of a small set of unexplained circles appeared in the same field on the same night the demonstration formations were made...
Oh, the chagrin.
Proving the fakers
Circle made by Doug Bower
Doug with the Circlemakers at Milk Hill, Wiltshire
(Their faces have been obscured)
Doug being wired for sound by the BBC
The BBC production crew and the 120ft crane.
"Crop Circles ... or just Crap Circles?"
A Danish Fake
|This commentary is provided by
an anonymous person associated with the Danish fake circle activity.
At August 22, 2001 - the speakers at Radio DR-Syd suddenly interrupted their news program - connecting directly to their field reporter standing at this expected UFO landing site close to Sønderborg.
Previous to this on location Radio Broadcast - several crop circle enthusiasts had phoned both TV, Radio and Newspapers.
As we however did reveal during this radio transmission - this crop circle is not of extra terrestrial origin.
This circle was simply constructed as an experiment by astronomy students at Amtsgymnasiet in Sonderborg - following a request from the children program called "Bugs Bunny's Sundays Club", National TV2.
Before start - the farmer who owned these fields had given TV2 his accept.
Why this particular pattern ?
We did choose this circle - because it has appeared once before in our country - close to the city Aarhus - August 2000.
Photo - Claus Bonnerup - Polfoto - (C) 2001
During the intense media coverage of this circle - so called Crop Circle Researchers claimed that this mathematical circle-diagram was far to complicated in order to be performed by humans. Click for details.
However - as we demonstrate in this TV Program - it took these eager astronomy students merely 1,5 hour to construct the basic circle of same size. Next time we could do this even faster. Actually - our students have now initiated their own company - Danish Crop Circle Central - contact us if you want e.g. an astonishing full landscape crop circle commercial.
(Unfortunately, we do not have an explanation for the circle made in 2000.)