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Crop Circles Puzzle New Haven Couple

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Fri, 02 Nov 2007 12:28:49 -0400
Archived: Fri, 02 Nov 2007 12:28:49 -0400
Subject: Crop Circles Puzzle New Haven Couple




Source: The Argus-Press - Owosso, Michigan

http://www.argus-press.com/articles/2007/11/01/news/news5.txt

Thursday, November 1, 2007


Crop Circles Puzzle New Haven Couple

By Gary Webster
Argus-Press Education Editor

New Haven TWP. - It's spooky.

Not necessarily spooky in a Halloween sort of way, but strange
nonetheless.

Jerry Buginsky, who began farming on his own in 1962 and now
works more than 300 acres near his North State Road home in New
Haven Township, has never seen anything like it. Neither has his
wife, retired Durand and Byron school teacher and former
Shiawassee County Commissioner Mary Buginsky.

Unexplained to the Buginskys are crop circles, or field rings,
that first appeared two months ago in a field of clover close to
their farm.

“All the vegetation ... alfalfa, weeds, everything ... was dead;
just not growing,” Jerry Buginsky said of the first circle. “It
was 10 feet in diameter on the inside and 12 feet around the
outside. I walked it off.”

Jerry discovered an even larger circle of dead vegetation not
far from the first that same August afternoon. Later a third
circle was spotted in the clover and, in early October, two more
unexplained spheres were discovered in an adjoining soybean
field.

Crop circles, many of which have proven to be manmade, date to
the 17th century. Some believe the formations in farm fields
involve flying saucers or some other out-of-this-world
phenomenon.

So, what's going on with the Buginsky farmland?

Ever the educator, Mary Buginsky thinks she has the answer.
Jerry Buginsky isn't so sure, although his theories were
accompanied by a slight grin of mischief.

“Chemically treated waste from an airplane, or airplanes,” Mary
responded when asked to explain the unexplained. “We're in a
pretty heavy (air) traffic pattern ... I mean, there are planes
going over all the time. I think they saw this wide-open farm
area and they unloaded their stuff. It was something from the
sky, anyway.”

Jerry, after listening to his wife's reasoning about the
circles, said he believes it's one of two things - chemicals or
extreme heat. Extreme heat like a flying saucer might leave
while landing or taking off?

Jerry wasn't willing to go that far, although he reiterated: “I
just think it has something to do with chemicals or something
very hot. There are absolutely no signs that they were manmade.
There's nothing to indicate anything like that.”

Just last Monday, during his farm travels, Jerry related
spotting more dead-vegetation circles off Ditch Road, farther to
the north of his initial sightings. “I've never seen anything
like this in all my years of farming,” he said. “It's pretty
strange.”

Spooky even.


[Thanks to Greg Boone for the lead]




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