|Numerous emails have reached me since I launched cropcircle-archive.com
in May 2003. The consistently positive feedback has encouraged me to keep up the work.
Many thanks for that.
However, there were a great many requests for a printed version, too.
So I was encouraged and decided to meet this wish.
My intention was (and always has been) to compile a chronology of crop circle sightings as encyclopedic as possible. I have meticulously checked all sources available to me and taken great pain to collect as much information as I could.
Here is now the printed edition of this archive which contains at present no less than 5200 documented single events worldwide, brought together from numerous sources.
And there will be more to come: That’s why I decided against a bound book but chose a ring binder system so that the content can (and will) be supplemented each year with further events.
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