Reported Crop Circles for the State of Pennsylvania -

Carmichaels, Greene County (June 25, 2005)

Another RDF in a series of flattened, parallel lines is reported (much like the Tolleson, AZ event) in wheat. The flattened lines stayed primarily between the tramlines, although in this case the field was not flood-irrigated like in the Tolleson event.


Unusual lay flattening included a “checkerboard” effect of flattened plants at perpendicular or right angle intersections, multiple layering, and parting of the crop in opposing flattening. The formation tested L-NEAT positive for node elongation, and expulsion cavities were found by the ICCRA while examining plant samples. Strong energy present may have produced a sense of high irritability in several visitors, including members of the ICCRA fieldinvestigation team.



Crop type: wheat

Source:ICCRA investigation

Photos: Jeffrey Wilson, (name withheld)



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