Circular evidence: a detailed investigation of the flattened swirled crops phenomenon

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Phanes Press, 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 190 pages
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Contents

Introduction
11
Circle Details
137
Theories
153
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Colin Andrews, a former engineer with the British government, is universally considered the world?s leading authority on the crop circles phenomenon. His first book, Circular Evidence, was a worldwide
bestseller. He was a scientific consultant for Signs, the blockbuster Touchstone movie about crop circles starring Mel Gibson. Colin travels all over the world investigating crop formations, and lectures regularly on the subject. His Website CropCircleInfo.com is an exhaustive resource.

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