Reported: 30 May 2017 Location: Fonthill Down, near Chicklade, Wiltshire Lead photograph by the Crop Circle Connector It’s tough not to be scathing of circles appearing in the south of Wiltshire. If one circle making team isn’t claiming responsibility on social media for what they’ve made, another circle maker is following suit. Hopefully this cute flower will escape. Straightforward, elegant and beautiful, The Croppie is a fan. (As of July 2017 this circle was shown to be a hoax, made by a circle maker hoping to profit by selling his design...Read More
Month: May 2017
Reported: 28 May 2017 Location: Broad Hinton, Wiltshire Lead photograph by the Crop Circle Connector Every now and again two crop circles appear in close proximity to each other, possibly on the same night. The Crop Circle Connector went to capture video footage of one circle and inadvertently stumbled across this stunning, free standing pentagram. Certainly the highlight of the 2017 season to date. More photographs are below, each from the Crop Circle Connector. Some ground shots from The...Read More
Reported: 28 May 2017 Location: Broad Hinton, Wiltshire Lead photograph by the Crop Circle Connector This is a weird one. The Croppie was driving back to Swindon having visited the circle at Alton Barnes, when he caught sight of what looked like a crop circle close to Broad Hinton. He pulled up over the road, entered the bottom of the field and could see no sign of it. Same at the top … except the tell-tale signs of a small single circle with a standing-tuft centre. Despite being only yards away from the main formation, The Croppie still couldn’t...Read More
It’s always interesting to see how the police react to the appearance of a crop circle on a farmer’s land. On 28 May, Wiltshire Constabulary issued this rather half-hearted appeal to tourists and circle makers with regard to the ‘fidget spinner’ crop circle at Alton...Read More
Reported: 25 May 2017 Location: Milk Hill (underneath), Alton Barnes, Wiltshire Lead photograph by Crop Circles From the Air This is what visiting crop circles used to be like. A warm, late spring afternoon; tall field of barley; dusty, dry ground and a fantastic view. All underneath the Alton Barnes White Horse. The only thing that comes close is Gary King’s incredible photograph of this formation. A few people online have commented that the circle looks like a fidget spinner wearing a crown. The Croppie walked the deceptively long trek up into the field, sticking to the tramlines and...Read More
A person with an interest in the crop circle phenomenon. Such individuals may be of varying belief, sanity and intelligence.
The name of a little known website that was launched in 2015 to cover all aspects of croppiedom. At the end of the year ownership of the site changed hands.