Reported Crop Circles for the State of Washington -

Kennewick, Benton County (May 28, 1993)

Kennewick FormationA 60' diameter clockwise-swirled circle surrounded by an 17' diameter ring with a 'key'-type spur and a 72' long pathway with two 50' 'arms'. Described by the farmer as looking like a "one-eyed, hook-beaked creature standing on a pedestal" from the ground. W.C.Levengood confirmed that the formation plants exhibited statistical node bending differences (later to be known as the L-NEAT protocol); expulsion cavities were discovered.

Crop type: wheat

Source: W.C. Levengood, ilyes
 

 


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