Many people believe and use crop circles as their way of making practical pranks. Even paranormal experts have turned their interest in these things as they included and illustrated further in their theories regarding crop circles’ origins and creators. Years ago, there are several websites where crop circle creators assembles and share information on how to design your own crop circles and made free to everybody. Later on, crop circles started to go commercial. Companies hired circle makers to do logos and advertisements on crop circles. For instance, the Pringles commercial uses crop circles but does not use the normal way of having a ufo burning a crop circle into a cornfield. The commercial features happy, healthy, normal-looking people, going out to a field to make a crop circle and not a nerd one. In short, crop circles have lost the vagueness. It is Unexplainable.
The first crop circle was created in 1978 by a British couple in Hampshire, Doug Bower and Dave Chorley, according to Circlemakers.org. It was stated there that Bower recalled a rumor of a UFO rising from a “swirled nest of marsh grass” and thought they could set off a UFO hoax if they created such a “nest” in a Wheatfield. The couple started doing it, but as the years goes by other artists began imitating and vying to make a more elaborative designs. Because of that, the area around Glastonbury, Stonehenge and Avebury produced a lot of circlemaker enthusiasts, drawn to plentiful wheat fields and the mystique of the area. As an effect, they also discovered how legends were born came forward on reporting actual UFO sightings over crop circles whose human creators were known.
Sometimes, crop circle artists doesn’t realize that their killing the Mother Nature. They always claim that their not damaging the plants since they’re ony bending over it. They also said that “in fact, this is also why crop circle researchers assert ufo origin: people couldn’t do it without breaking the crops”.
Lawsuits also exist between farmers against crop circle artists. There was a minor damage caused by the crop circle, and the artists were found liable but the most of the damage was paid for by the TV show for bringing tons of spectators across the field publicly.