Six distinct circles can be seen in this
photo near the Vanderhoof airport
VANDERHOOF, B.C. -- Crop circles, a worldwide phenomena variously said to
be the work of tricksters, magnetic waves or aliens, have been discovered
again in a northern B.C. field, almost three years to the day they were
first spotted in the area.
This time the circles were seen in a field about five kilometres from the
Vanderhoof airport, about 720 kilometres north of Vancouver.
Brent Miskuski, an owner and pilot of Central Air, spotted the six latest
circles Thursday evening on a flight from Prince George to Vanderhoof.
Mr. Miskuski was one of those who discovered the first crop-circle
formation three years ago.
No paths or tracks were visible to the circles, said Mr. Miskuski, who
made several low passes and took pictures from the air on Friday.
"It just appeared," he said. "It's like they were stamped out just like
last time. It's pretty bizarre."