A SECOND mystery crop circle has appeared in a field
near Stratford-upon-Avon following on from the discovery of a crop
circle near Alcester a fortnight ago. This latest creation was spotted
over the weekend about a half a mile north west of Hampton Lucy.
It was meant to be a normal flying lesson for Lee
Ingram and his passenger student last Saturday when they took off
from Wellesbourne Airfield but as they cleared Hampton Lucy they
suddenly spotted a mystery crop circle in a field below them.
Lee, who is a commercial pilot with Air
Experiences based at Wellesbourne, says he doesn’t know how the
circle was created but it certainly wasn’t there the day before.
“I fly around Stratford five times a day either
taking people out sightseeing or teaching them to fly. There was
nothing in the field on Friday and the next morning there it was
clear as day, so I took pictures of the whole scene which looks so
impressive from the air,” Lee said.
This is the second crop circle to appear in a
field near Stratford within a fortnight. The first was at Haselor
near Alcester. Lee says he’s seen crop circles before but not two in
Their origins remain a mystery.