Summary Archives

Below are crop circle reports from the CCCRN archives (note that this page is under construction):

2017:

Coming soon!

2016:

No formations investigated, however, a ‘crop circle’ appeared as part of a new music video set in late summer/early fall (October) in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario  (Gasoline by country singer Anthony Tullo).

2010-2015:

Under construction!

2000-2010:

Under construction!

1990s:

Under construction!

1970s, 1980s:

Under construction!

1978: August 5: Winnipeg, Manitoba – Four rings in grass, 20 metres (63 feet diameter) by 2.7 metres (8.9 feet) width each.

1978: Delhi, Ontario – Circles in tobacco plants

1978, July 31, Yellowgrass, Saskatchewan – Five circles in oats, two were 3 meters (10 feet) and 7.6 metres (25.5 feet) diameter.

1978, July 3, 1978: Oshawa, Ontario – Four rings in grass, 2.7 metres (8.9 feet) diameter each.

1940s, 1950s, 1960s:

1941: Landis, Saskatchewan – Two elliptical circles found in grass and hay, 6-7.6 metres (20-25 feet) diameter each.  Discovered while duck hunting.  No footprints or tracks seen in surrounding 3-foot tall crop. (source:  Bill Corn)

1954, October 27: Boston Creek, Ontario – Circle in grass (source:  Secret History of Crop Circles, Crop Watcher #21)

1954, October 8:  Hemmingford, Quebec – Circle in grass. Size 15 metres (50 feet).   Bright orange coloured UFO reported previous night. (source:  Secret History of Crop Circles, Crop Watcher #21, CPRI Paul Fuller)

1962:  Wooler, Ontario – Ring shape (crop not available); 7.6 metres (25 feet) diameter and 43 centimetres (18 inches) wide.  (source:  Ted Phillips’ Physical Trace Catalogue)

1964, November 8: Saint-Alexis de Montcalm, Quebec – Circle in grass – plants “crushed”, as well as nearby broken tree branches and calcined pole. (source:  Secret History of Crop Circles, Crop Watcher #20, Ted Phillips’ Physical Trace Catalogue)

1964-1967: Sarnia, Ontario – “Perfect circles”, in grass and weeds,  with “intact sides” and “neat floors” in a field behind a house.  Ranging from 6-7 metres (20-23 feet) in diameter.  Reported from 1964-1967.  (source:  Secret History of Crop Circles, Cereologist #16)

1965-68, September/October: Pincher Creek, Alberta – Circles in wheat/grass.  Sometimes single, sometimes groups of three to five or so.  Size ranging from 18-36 metres (60-120 feet) diameter.  Crisp clean lay patterns and edges.  In some cases, two circles joined together by short pathway.  On Indian reservation land, often clustered close to 20,000 volt transmission line.  Tests for radioactivity with gamma ray equipment produced strong responses.  No burn or scorch marks found. (source:  Larry Pisoney)

1965, Spring: Glasnevin, Saskatchewan – Oval and circles with pathways in pasture grass.  Oval approximately 3 metres (10 feet) by 6 metres (20 feet) in diameter, the circles approximately 3 metres (10 feet) diameter each.  Grass appeared burned and browned up to five years later.

1965, Frankford, Ontario – Three rings in grass about 0.6 metres (2 feet) in diameter each, 40 cm (16 inches) wide.  UFO sightings reported in area. (source: Secret History of Crop Circles, Crop Watcher #20, Ted Phillips’ Physical Trace Catalogue)

1965: Sharon, Ontario – Ring in grass. (source: Secret History of Crop Circles, Crop Watcher #21)

1964-67: Sarnia, Ontario – Circles in grass and weeds, sizes ranging from 6-7 metres (20-23 feet) diameter.  “Perfect circles” with intact sides and “neat floors” in field behind a house.(source:  Secret History of Crop Circles, Cereologist #16)

1966, May: location not available – Circle in trees, 10.7 metres (35 feet) diameter.  Clockwise lay. (source: Secret History of Crop Circles, NOBOVO)

1966: Island Lake, Manitoba – Circle in grass. (source:  Secret History of Crop Circles, UFOROM)

1967: James River, Alberta – Ring in grass, 10 metres (33 feet) diameter, 0.2 metres (0.5 feet) wide. (source: Secret History of Crop Circles, UFOROM)

1967, September: Bowden, Alberta – Circle 10 metres (33 feet) diameter with ring 0.2 metres (0.5 feet) wide.  ‘Bleeping Noises” reported in the area.  Radio transmissions reportedly blocked or interfered with.  Possibly up to twenty other circles in area.(source: Secret History of Crop Circles, Crop Watcher #14, Cereologist #14)

1967, August 5: Duhamel, Alberta – Seven rings in grass, 10 metres (33 feet) diameter each, 15 centimetres (6 inches) wide.  One on hillside, another ‘smashed’ through a fence.(source: Secret History of Crop Circles, Crop Watcher #23, Paul Fuller, Ted Phillips)

1967, August: Camrose, Alberta – Six circles, 9 metres (30 feet) diameter each.  Two girls reported “cream-coloured UFO” landing in a field a few weeks before.  (source: Secret History of Crop Circles, Condon Report)

1967, August: Peterborough, Ontario – Ring in trees, 9 metres (30 feet) diameter, 0.3 metres (1 foot) wide. (source: Secret History of Crop Circles, UFOROM)

1967: Gull Lake, Saskatchewan – Circle in hollyhocks

1967:  Willen, Manitoba – Six circles in wheat ranging from 4 metres (13 feet) diameter each. Local police report. Lay clockwise in outer one metre, counterclockwise in centre.  15 centimetre (6 inch) deep holes in centres.  Found in hollow.  Too close to the house and two overlapping.  Bright yellow UFO reported in same area the year before.(source: Secret History of Crop Circles, UFOROM, Jenny Randles, Paul Fuller)

1967: Mitinat, British Columbia – Circle with pathway in grass.  The attached pathway led into the sea, about 45 metres (147 feet) away.  Report of bright light and dog being upset the previous night.(source: Secret History of Crop Circles, CPRI, Paul Fuller)

1968, July 28: St. Stanislas de Kosta, Quebec – Circle in wheat, 4.6 metres (15 feet), (source: Secret History of Crop Circles, CPRI, UFOROM)

1969 January 1, 1969: Chapeau, Quebec – Circle reported (crop and size not available). (source: Secret History of Crop Circles, Crop Watcher #14, Circle Hunter #3, CCCS, Jenny Randles, Paul Fuller, Ted Phillips’ Physical Trace Catalogue)

1969, May 12: Chapeau, Quebec – Grass circle, semi-circle, ring and other circles and rings.  4.6 metres (15 feet).  Two circles 10 metres (33 feet) and 8 metres (26.5 feet) diameter with 1 metre (3.3 feet) wide rings. 3 metres (10 feet) diameter ‘grapeshot’ circle. Three marks arranged in a triangle in each circle.  Bright light reported the previous day.(source: Secret History of Crop Circles, Crop Watcher #14, Circle Hunter #3, CCCS, Jenny Randles, Paul Fuller, Ted Phillips’ Physical Trace Catalogue)

1969 June 2: Kenora, Ontario. Grass in two circles, 1.8 metres (5.9 feet) each. (source: Secret History of Crop Circles, UFOROM)

UNDER CONSTRUCTION…MORE TO COME….

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