Corn Circles Called a Hoax, by Hoaxers

For more than a decade, enormous crop circles appeared in fields throughout England. Some blamed supernatural forces. But Lloyd Turner, an editor at the British tabloid Today, says the circles were made by two pranksters looking for a hobby. This story was originally broadcast on Sept. 9, 1991.

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