Author: The Croppie

Circle Sheep

The circles phenomenon is alive and well in British culture. Fans of Aardman Animation’s Shaun the Sheep will be delighted to see their woolly hero take to a circle in a trailer for the forthcoming movie Farmageddon....

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2019 Circles: Yarnbury Castle, Wiltshire

Reported: 3 July 2019 Location: Yarnbury Castle, Steeple Ashton, Wiltshire Lead photograph by Nick Bull Crop circles have been few and far between in Wiltshire this season. The second arrived at Yarnbury Castle, consisting of a curious, large ring and a small, distant sibling. All photographs on this page by Nick...

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2019 Circles: Danebury Hillfort, Stockbridge, Hampshire

Reported: 1 July 2019 Location:Danebury Hillfort, Stockbridge, Hampshire Lead photograph by Nick Bull The third circle of the season in Hampshire, this time at Danebury Iron Age Hillfort near Stockbridge, Hampshire. Anyone with a drone seeking to photograph this formation must speak to the control tower at Middle Wallop airfield beforehand for permission. All photographs on this page by Nick...

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More Crabwood

The Croppie recently discussed the statement released by Colin Andrews as to the origins of the iconic crop circle that appeared at Crabwood in 2002. As expected, this wasn’t to be the final part of the story: Crop Circle Wisdom has produced an interesting, decent piece of research pointing the finger of responsibility to a circle making team that has, until now, done a great job of hiding their identity in plain sight. Away from the article though, there is no evidence to address Andrews’s claim the formation was commissioned by Disney. There seems to have been some discussion...

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About

Croppie:
(noun)
A person with an interest in the crop circle phenomenon. Such individuals may be of varying belief, sanity and intelligence.

The Croppie:
The Croppie was established in 2015 to cover all aspects of the crop circle phenomenon occurring across Britain. This includes new formations, circles history, conspiracies and related culture.

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