Round in Circles: Poltergeists, Pranksters, and the Secret History of the Cropwatchers

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Prometheus Books, 1993 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 293 pages
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Is it just flattened corn, or a message from other worlds? The crop-circle craze began in 1980 when three strange circular patterns were found swirled into grain fields in Wiltshire, England. Fourteen years later, the phenomenon continues to draw crowds in southern England and the United States.

Schnabel searches for the circles and for an answer to their ongoing mystery. His journey through the crop-circle world is a uniquely intimate history of this remarkable phenomenon, and a fascinating exploration of human nature.

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A case study of why psuedo-science is so popular. The book begins with the author's earliest dabblings into the crop circle phenomenon and ends with his enthusiastic participation in the fraud ... Read full review

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Foreword
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The White Horse
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The Vortex
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