Crop circles are a strange and beautiful phenomenon. While many say they are hoaxes, others say that they are evidence of UFO activity.
For some, it is a method of communication between aliens, a way to provide markers to UFOs.
Others say that it is a method of communication to humans - though on a scale that few of us could make sense of.
While English crop circles get most of the attention, they are a world wide observation.
With Canada's wide open farming areas, there would seem to be ample space for the artistic UFO activity - or whatever explanation is offered.
But few seem to be reported. Or, at least, it has been hard to find that reporting.
You can help fix that though, by reporting on this phenomenon you have seen or know of in Canada.
It's okay to add ones from the past too. It's time to try and collect these Canadian reports and try to make sense of them.
When you make your report, please try to be as detailed as you can.
If you have images, please upload them below. Or, link to a video if available.
Here's an interesting video to get you thinking about what happens here:
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Crop circles appeared in a farmer's field in Duhamel, Alberta in 1967.
Crop circles appeared in a farmer's field in Duhamel, Alberta, in 1967. At the time, crop circles were virtually unknown. The discovery of the circles …
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