In Chris Thomas’ deadpan sci-fi comedy Cropped, a brassy, jaded British tour guide runs afoul of her latest group, who aren’t afraid to admit their love of all things extraterrestrial. Naturally, there’s a twist ... and it’s not what you’ll expect.
An intricate crop circle, pictured here, materialized last night in Poirino, Italy. This aerial view gives you a good sense of scale. See those cars in the upper left hand corner? Yeah. This thing's a biggie.
Scientists have finally unraveled the mystery of the strange crop circles that appeared off the coast of the Island of Møn, Denmark, in 2010. Unlike the crop circles on land, however, these are not made by humans.
I love crop circles, and this conspiracy-style explanation of a few recent ones is actually giving me that X-Files chill.
We adore artist Simon Beck's geometric snow art, which he makes by simply stomping on fresh snow with his snow shoes. Usually, his designs are inspired by geometry or crop circles, but on a recent snow-stomping trek, he walked a trio of Space Invaders into existence. Fortunately, these guys are stuck there, so they'll…
You've seen the incredible art that sometimes mysteriously shows up in grass fields, seemingly the work of otherworldly beings (but actually the work of determined artists with special shoes and a big plan). Now it seems that farms aren't the only canvasses that our alien overlords like to paint on. Over the past…
Neither aliens nor goblins had a hand in creating this "maize maze" near York, England—the farmer "Top Pearsy" (that's a name, yes) owned up and said he merely wanted to mark the ending of the Harry Potter moviethon.
Crop circles recently appeared in a wheat field near the village of Znamensky outside of Krasnodar, Russia. These circles have captured the imaginations of motorists, bedazzled by visions of a spacefaring race that has zero respect for a staple crop.
Apparently bored with abducting yokels and being shot at by Will Smith, some erudite extraterrestrial has deposited a crop circle in England that puts our left brains to the test. What you're looking at, Earthlings, is a complex mathematical theorem.
Today's UFO mystery comes to you from Barbury Castle, UK, where two crop circle investigators earlier this summer got kicked out of a cornfield. But then they touched a mysterious craft near the circles. And got it on film!
Remember how everybody wondered whether that crop circle we wrote about last week would really predict a solar storm? Well now an "exopolitical" expert says it did. Here's what he says:
Discovered last month in a UK barley field, this crop circle appears to be a jellyfish. But intrepid crop circle analysts have discovered that it predicts a devastating solar storm on July 7. And they have diagrams to prove it.
Don't waste another second attempting to decode Aussie crop circles — the alien mystery has been solved. They are, in fact, just a gang of no-good wallabies getting high and running around in circles.
Did a UFO land in the municipality of Chicoana last week? Locals have been seeing strange lights and even stranger crop circles in the region (pictured). Unlike your typical fake crop circles that form elaborate patterns and (occasionally) the logos for popular web browsers, these look more like exactly what you'd…