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UK CROP CIRCLE MOVIE ‘A PLACE TO STAY’ REVIEWED - 19/06/2003

The much anticipated but as yet unreleased UK film production ‘A Place to Stay’, which includes crop circles as part of its story, recently received another special showing at The Palace cinema, Devizes (and is showing again in a special run right now, between 20-24 June). ANDY THOMAS was there…

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CROP CIRCLE CAFÉ NOW OFFICIALLY REOPENED - 19/06/2003

The croppie café at Calne is now reopened after a refit, under new management. KAREN DOUGLAS went along to the official reopening party…

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GERALD HAWKINS - 18/06/2003

The mathematician and astronomer Gerald Hawkins, famed in the crop circle world for his work on diatonic ratios in formations, has died, aged 75…

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THE GLASTONBURY SYMPOSIUM - 19/05/2003

Once again, Swirled News is sponsoring The Glastonbury Symposium, the world's longest-running crop circle gathering, held at Glastonbury Town Hall, Somerset, UK, 25-27 July 2003... Click on our 'Events' button for details!


SWIRLED NEWS AND THE WAR - 09/04/2003

A note from Swirled News regarding recent correspondence on the war in Iraq…

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