Back in the 1990s, researcher Peter Sorensen produced annual season videos documenting each year’s circles. Think of them as the filmic equivalent of the Alexanders’ Yearbooks. They were always a pleasure to watch, a mix of crop circle documentary and ‘what I did on my holidays’. Peter’s view of the circles’ source changed over the years however, and once he expressed the opinion that all circles were manmade, video sales rapidly dipped and within a few years Peter stopped producing them. We believe 2002/2003 was the last one he did. Here are all the ones we’ve been able to find online. Our thanks to Matthew Williams for taking the time to upload these to YouTube.
Par-for-the-course 2002 documentary featuring Charles Mallett, David Kingston, Freddy Silva, Linda Moulton Howe, Lucy Pringle, Michael Glickman, Paul Vigay, and plenty of aerial and ground footage of the 2002 season.
TV clip in which Lucy Pringle presents her case, against a backdrop of 2002 season circles including the Crabwood ‘grey’. Quite why they thought Smack My Bitch Up was an appropriate soundtrack, however, is beyond us.
Rather different from the usual crop circle documentary, A Silent Knowing consists chiefly of intercut interviews with Andy Thomas, Michael Glickman, Karen Alexander, and Steve Alexander, along with archival footage and plenty of aerial and ground footage of the 2002 season.