The Sand Circle Connector
I know I’m not alone in being perplexed by The Crop Circle Connector’s decision to include a section on their site devoted to sand circles.
I have no problem at all with anybody who wishes to make patterns on beaches. The latest are most=beautiful in my view. But people have been making sand circles for decades. Why have the Connector only now decided to include them?
Because they’ve also announced their direct involvement with the team creating some of this year’s most spectacular sand circles – and in Stuart Dike’s case as a member of that team – made in collaboration with an individual who has publicly admitted to having made crop circles for more than 20 years.
Which means they’ve made public that, despite the impression they would like to give to the world and to the numerous paying subscribers to their website, they’re not researchers anymore. They’re a PR company.