One of the best crop circle websites – cropcircleresearch.com – has suspended operations indefinitely…
In a sad piece of news, the excellent website www.cropcircleresearch.com, run by researcher Paul Vigay, has announced that it will no longer be updated. In a public statement on his e-mailing list, Paul writes:
“Due to personal circumstances, I've reluctantly decided to shut down all crop circle research for the foreseeable future.
I apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, and I would like to thank all visitors to cropcircleresearch.com for their support over the years.”
In a later posting, Paul writes:
“I am about to embark on a period of meditation and reflection, so I've amended the website to be more or less self-maintaining for the immediate future, until I feel I can devote more time to maintenance and updates. All research articles and content should be available to all, and the International Database is back online. The database does require a significant amount of time, money and resources in order to maintain, but I hope it will be of use to people in it's present state. I will return to it as soon as I feel I am able to devote the time and effort that it requires. I would like to thank everyone for their patience and love.”
We at Swirled News would like to wish Paul well in his endeavours and aspirations and hope that at some point in the future this valuable service may yet be restored.