Megan Hazelwood surrounded by a crop circle in the English countryside.
Megan Hazelwood surrounded by a crop circle in the English countryside.

Expert on crop circles to speak

WHEN friends first told her about the phenomenon of crop circles more than 10 years ago, Megan Hazelwood was stunned.

She had never heard of them, or seen any images of the intricate geometric patterns involved.

“I was incredulous,” Ms Hazelwood said. “I was absolutely stunned at their size and complexity when I saw theimages and the fact that they appear overnight.”

As an artist, Ms Hazelwood was also captivated by the beauty of the designs and resolved to find out more.

She travelled to England in 2006/07 to experience the phenomenon of crop circles for herself.

“I camped on top of a ridge in Wiltshire and had an undisturbed sleep,” Ms Hazelwood said.

“When I woke in the morning there was a circle in the field below and I knew I had to find out more.”

At her workshop tomorrow as part of the Starlight Expo she will share her knowledge and experience of crop circles and discuss some of the scientific evidence indicating that the circles are not man-made.

She will also show her own footage of a UFO, complete with spinning coloured lights, which changes shape and size and appears and disappears in a flash.

The crop circles workshop commences at midday and runs for two hours. Ms Hazelwood is happy to answer questions if time allows.

The Starlight Wellbeing Expo started yesterday and will run until Sunday at the A&I Hall in Station Street, Bangalow. Doors open at 9.30am andadmission is $15, or $10 concession.



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