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Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Black Country crop circles prove phenomenon is no hoax, claims Australian expert

S.O.T.T: "Searching the old images presented many challenges," Greg told the Sunday Mercury. "Some of the original photographs had physical and chemical damage that produced circular flaws on the Google images.  "I had to develop a methodology to distinguish between flaws on the film and genuine crop circles." Greg began his quest after reading an article in an 1800 edition of science journal Nature. It suggested that crop circles had, in fact, been around since the 1700s. And Stourbridge, believed to be a paranormal hotbed, was an obvious area to search.  In 2010 the town, once famed for glass-making, made headlines when a BBC journalist filmed a strange, orange orb in the skies over Wollaston...read more>>>...