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July 21, 2004

Hello aliens.

by Feòrag

[Hello Kitty crop circle]England: A rather unusual crop formation has appeared in a Wiltshire field. The Hello Kitty crop circle was created by Circlemakers and New York artists surface2air to celebrate her 30th birthday and is approximately 60m in diameter. The photo is by Steve Alexander, whose web site includes a lot of impressive aerial photos of crop formations. (via Simon).

Update: Just noticed this was the 1500th entry in the Prattle. Must be a conspiracy or something...

Posted in Forteana at 01:20. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:42.
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1: Posted by: Red Wolf | July 21, 2004 6:35 AM

It's a pretty safe bet the wingnuts from Crop Circle Radius will still insist the Hello Kitty circle has been created by aliens.

2: Posted by: Feòrag | July 22, 2004 11:12 PM

Well, they would if they'd remembered to put money into their website meter. At the moment, all it says is:

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