Wisconsin, USA - 4 July 2003
Farmer Arthur Rantala witnessed something that many ufologists, scientists, and skeptics have been arguing for decades - the formation of crop circles.
Rantala's farm is located in Mayville, in Dodge County, Wisconsin. On the fourth of July, 2003, he was not expecting to see the amazing phenomena he saw as he took shelter in the safety of his
work shed from a violent morning storm. Rantala's account is also unique in that he believes that the circles were created by nature - not by extraterrestrials.
Arthur was subsequently visited by news reporter Ryan Schulteis of Milwaukee
television station WISN-TV. The station reports that the following dialogue took place between Schulteis and the Rantalas:
"The holes appeared and there it was but you couldn't see what made it, but I seen it right when it happened," Rantala said.
He continues, "It looked like a lake. The waves, the wind blowing, and then all of the sudden this dark hole appears, like a black hole. And then immediately, one to the right then another to the center of it."
inquired to Arthur's wife, Barbara, "You don't think a board could have done
"No. How you gonna go around knock this down so flat is hasn't come up since? Cause it's broke,'" Barbara Rantala
"Or could it have been little green men from outer space?" Schulteis persisted.
"UFOs? Let them think what they do, but I saw this actually happen so my eyes know what I seen. So I know it was Mother Nature and nobody else," Arthur Rantala
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Circles in Mayville, Wisconsin, USA 4 July 2003
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