He’s no longer on the scene, but Mr Gyro captured some wonderful footage of 2015’s crop circles using his fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles. Click on the icon in the top left corner of the video to view the full...Read More
Author: The Croppie
The Silent Circle website has a warning for anyone thinking of visiting a crop circle near Etchilhampton in 2016: ‘The area . . . – north [and north-west] of Etchilhampton Village, Wiltshire, UK – has been marked by crop circle hoaxers and their supporters for substantial crop circle hoaxing activity during the summer of 2016.’ Etchilhampton Hill I’m not sure if Charles Mallett and the Silent Circle are acting on information or if they are just speculating, but they leave nothing to the imagination about whom they believe are involved: The support structure that operates alongside the actual circle...Read More
Photographs of the beautiful Wiltshire landscape . . . who could resist the opportunity? These images have been taken by Steve Dewey whose name may be familiar to readers with an interest in the Warminster UFO phenomenon. He is the co-author of three books on the subject, including the excellent ‘In Alien Heat‘. All images are copyrighted by Steve Dewey. They are reproduced here with permission. Visit his Flickr page as I really don’t have enough good things to say about his...Read More
Northern Wiltshire town Malmesbury is hardly renown for its proximity to the crop circle phenomenon. Even so, the past few years have brought a few formations to its doorstep. On 8 July 2014 the nearby village of Charlton was visited by the circle makers on Tetbury Lane. The formation consisted of a ‘tripod of small triangles inside a broken triangle which in turn is surrounded by a broken circle.’ The circle is notable for the UFO sighting featured in 21 July’s Western Daily Press. The story states A woman says she has been left ‘freaked right out’ after she...Read More
A person with an interest in the crop circle phenomenon. Such individuals may be of varying belief, sanity and intelligence.
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.