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Colin Andrews

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Date: Friday - August 9, 2002
Host: George Noory
Guests: Colin Andrews

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.

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