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George Wingfield

George Wingfield was born in July 1942 at Stamford, England, and was educated at Eton College and Dublin University. At Dublin, he read Natural Sciences, obtaining a B.A. Honors degree in 1966, and an M.A. degree in 1971. After university, he worked briefly as an astronomer at the Royal Greenwich Observatory, Herstmonceux, studying stellar spectra and the earth's magnetic field. Subsequently, he joined IBM UK and engaged in a variety of jobs in Systems Engineering, Marketing, and in Computer Education.

On August 8, 1987, he went with his wife and two sons to see crop circles for the first time at Westbury, Wiltshire, and became intrigued by this extraordinary evolving mystery. Since then, much of his spare time has been devoted to Circles research and to travelling in order both to speak about the Circles and to talk with people whose experiences may be relevant to understanding the phenomenon. He sees many parallels with the UFO phenomenon which he has also closely studied.

He is a major contributor to various books on the Circles, notably The Crop Circle Enigma (Gateway Books, 1990), Crop Circles - Harbingers of World Change (Gateway Books, 1991), and The UFO Report series for 1990, 1991, 1992 (Sidgwick & Jackson). He is a founding member of the Centre for Crop Circle Studies (CCCS) in which he holds the position of Director of Field Research. In this capacity, he has carried out extensive aerial photography of crop circles in England. He is currently the editor of The Cerealogist magazine which chronicles the Circles.

He has lectured extensively on the Circles and UFOs in the U.S.A. and in England, and appeared on TV and radio in these countries.

 

Source: MUFON 1994 International UFO Symposium Proceedings
 
 
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