Reported Crop Circles for the State of Michigan -

Island Lake State Recreational Area, Livingston County (February 7, 1997)

Three counter-clockwise swirled circles of oats discovered on state parkland. Two circles next to each other, one some distance away averaging about 40' in diameter. These circles appeared to be 2nd generation, as the first generation plants were still in place swirled down. How three circular areas of oats got planted, then, were swirled down - is still one of the strangest mysteries in crop circle history. W.C. Levengood reported finding significantly higher concentrations of magnetic particles in the soil of all three circle formations, and the distribution of particles was consistent with a centrifugal force model.

Island Lake State Rec. Area, MI formation

Island Lake State Rec. Area, MI formation

Island Lake State Rec. Area, MI formation

Crop type: Wild Oats (in Field Grass)

Source: Jeffrey Wilson, Roger Sugden, W.C. Levengood

Photos: Jeffrey Wilson

 


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2008 ICCRA - Jeffrey & Delsey Wilson.