Tim’s Tales – World’s First Crop Circles

Tim’s Tales – World’s First Crop Circles


G’day viewers, and welcome to another mysterious episode! Let me take you to a place called Tully, it’s in far North Queensland. One foggy morning back in January 1966, George Pedley, was driving his tractor past a lagoon when he heard a loud ear-piercing hissing above the noise of his tractor. George thought he had a puncture, but just as he began to step down to check his tyres… he saw a flying saucer rise up from the lagoon next to him. After the UFO vanished, George cautiously went to investigate. As he approached, George found a 9-metre nestlike mark in the lagoons floating reeds. The reeds were floating on top, sucked out by their roots and fused together. They continued to swirl for some time in a clockwise direction. At the time the RAAF suggested the ‘saucer nest’ could have been created by a rare whirlwind, but weather reports failed to support this theory. Almost instantly, Tully made world headlines and the ‘saucer nest’ soon became known as the world’s very first modern-day crop circle. The Tully Crop Circle heralded the start of a worldwide phenomena. If crop circles really are footprints of extra-terrestrial activity, why did aliens choose a remote Queensland farm to make their dramatic debut? And if you want to find out more, then be sure to check out my book: “Haunted & Mysterious Australia”. I’m Tim the Yowie Man.
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