UPDATE: May 7 – Second 2015 Dutch Crop Circle Reported – In Same Field As First One


Date: May 7, 2015
Location: Between Oudenbosch & Hoeven, Holland
Crop: Grass
Found by: Robbert v/d Broeke http://www.robbertvandenbroeke.nl/home
Diagram: Roy Boschman,
Photos: Ronald Sikking (aerials), Roy Boschman (early in day), Astrid Wevers (later in day)
Report by: Nancy Talbott, BLT Research http://www.bltresearch.com

On Wednesday night, May 6th Robbert skyped me at 10:46pm (Dutch time) saying he felt another formation was coming. I asked him if he “saw” what it would look like and he replied “an ellipse or something.” Since he doesn’t go to the fields alone I asked if anybody was available to drive him and he said he’d just called Roy, who lives about 1/2-hour away.

So I asked Robbert (if he “saw” any more details) to make a drawing and Skype me back so I could make a screenshot before he and Roy left for the fields.

At 11:29pm (Dutch time) Roy had arrived and Robbert had “concentrated himself” and made a drawing to show me before they left. He also said he felt the new circle would be “very close” to the April 28th spiral. As you can see, the details in Robbert’s drawing are not perfect this time—but the overall design is very close.

It had been raining for days and still storming on this night, and this circle is in rain-soaked grass. It’s quite large (48m overall length); the largest circle measures 10.5m in diameter, the smallest 1.3m, and the lay in all the circles—as well as the oval ring and the ring around the one circle—is counter-clockwise. And it IS in the far end of the same field as the April 28th spiral.

To me it is the lay details in the new formation which are most interesting. Roy came back to the field only hours after the men first found it but, because the grass was still soaked and the sky overcast in the morning, his early photos don’t show the incredible fluidity of the lay quite as well as some other photos taken later on the 7th. We’re lucky to have both sets of photos to compare the “lay” when the grass was soaked and, later, when it had dried out a bit.

Here are a few of the photos taken in the early evening of May 7th by Dutch circle enthusiast Astrid Wevers, when the field had dried out a bit but before too many people have been to the new formation. The fluidity and softness of the lay is quite magnificent — looks just like water rippling along a shallow creek. Many thanks, Astrid, for your permission to share these.

This is the same farmer & he is allowing public access to the new formation also through Sunday—he must harvest the field on Monday. We’re most grateful to him & hope as many people as possible can get to see both circles this weekend. For many more of Roy’s and Ronald’s photos, see Robbert website: http://www.robbertvandenbroeke.nl/graancirkelarchief/2e_Formatie_2015
And for many detailed reports & hundreds of photos illustrating the huge range of anomalous events constantly occurring around around Robbert see the BLT Research page devoted to his case (reports are posted below my introduction): http://www.bltresearch.com/robbert.php

Nancy Talbott
BLT Research Team Inc.

P.O. Box 400127
Cambridge, MA 02140 (USA)

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