Reported Crop Circles for the State of Indiana -

Indian Village, Noble County (July 1, 1996)

A four circle formation of 36', 36', 40', and 45' diameters. Appeared in a field across the street from a church. Apparently witnesses say the formation was not there when they entered the church for a service. After the approximately one hour service, the churchgoers exited the front door of the church and across the street the formation was there. Located near Native American site known as the “Indian Oven” where the Miami Indians prepared their last meal before being forced to leave their tribal lands.

Indian Village, IN formation Indian Village, IN formation

Crop type: wheat

Source: personal investigation, Roger Sugden
Photos: landowner (name withheld), Roger Sugden



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