Colin Andrews is a well-known researcher and author and is widely acknowledged as the world expert on the crop circle phenomenon. He is the founder of Circles Phenomenon Research International, the first organization established specifically to investigate the crop circle phenomenon. His scientific investigations are responsible for much of the current information available on the subject. Andrews' supervised the largest surveillance project of its kind during 1990, called 'Operation Blackbird'. It was an effort to film a crop circle forming, backed and supported by the British Army, B.B.C. and Nippon television and was watched closely by the international media. Andrews is an electrical engineer by profession and a former senior officer in British regional Government.
6-10pm PT: Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returns to 9/10/01 when the topic was the weird and mysterious Chilbolton Crop Glyphs, which show a formation of a face and code that may have answered questions that SETI sent out into the cosmos. ... More »Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time
Electrical engineer and researcher Colin Andrews coined the phrase "Crop Circles" 30 years ago. He discussed his research into the mysterious phenomenon, and its possible connections to the Mayans' calendar cycle ending in 2012. First hour guest, author Ellen Whitehurst talked about the nature of luck. ... More »Host: George Noory
Guest host Hilly Rose welcomed Sumerian scholar Zecharia Sitchin in the first hour and then crop circle researcher Colin Andrews as his main guest. While working on a grant from Laurance Rockefeller, Andrews said he determined that 80% of crop circles are man-made, and 20% are truly anomalous. ... More »Host: Hilly Rose
Colin Andrews is a well-known researcher and author and is widely acknowledged as the world expert on the crop circle phenomenon. He is the founder of Circles Phenomenon Research International, the first organization established specifically to investigate the crop circle phenomenon. He has acted as consultant to several European research institutions and also to well-known anthropologist and former US congressman, Laurence Rockefeller in New York. He also supplied information and photographs for the new Touchstone Pictures movie called "Signs," starring Mel Gibson. ... More »Host: George Noory