UPDATED: Colin Andrews: Level 10 (High) Unexplained Phenomena Alert

By | July 10, 2009

A 5:00 AM sighting by a “Wiltshire Police Sergeant” of strange tall blond very fast beings in a crop circle has prompted a high strangeness alert:

Unexplained Phenomena Alert Level 10 Red (High) has been issued for the first time  since it was devised in 1989 following the Cheesefoot Head incident.

This from colinandrews.net:

7th July 2009, Silbury Hill, Wiltshire, England. Crop Circle located south west of the hill off the A4 highway.

This is the same location where on the 23 May 1994, four researchers (including one nuclear scientist) visiting a crop design in this field, witnessed intense military presence moments before they each experienced 45 minutes missing time and within a short while a further period of missing time. Each had red marks appear on their necks and had severe nose bleeds hours later. …

This is also the site of a secret military stake out which took place during the 1990 Operation Blackbird, where over these fields a large unidentified white orb was filmed by the army present.

The latest bizarre event took place yesterday morning (7th) at approximately 5.0 AM, when a Wiltshire Police Sergeant was driving in his private car towards Marlborough on the A4 highway and about to pass Silbury Hill on his left. He looked to his right and witnessed three exceptionally tall beings inspecting the new crop circle which appeared there on the 5th July. He stopped his vehicle and watched them for several minutes because they stood out as odd. Each of them were well over six feet tall, each had blond hair and also they all were wearing one piece white suites, with hoods that had been dropped onto the back of their heads.

After a few minutes watching them, he said they were appeared to be examining the crop in the  circle, he shouted at them from a distance of about 400 yards but they ignored him.  As soon as he entered the field, they became aware of him and ran at an amazing speed to the south, away  from Silbury Hill.  He said I recognised that I could never catch up with them they ran so  exceptionally fast.  He glanced away for just a few seconds and looked back to find that they had  completely vanished. He became very uneasy and left the scene.

The police officer was very aware of hearing a static crackling sound in the field and around him.
He said as the plants moved around, he could see the movement coincided with the level of  sound, as if the static was effecting the plants by moving them.

He also started to experience a headache in the field, which became worse as the day went on  and he could not shake it off all day.

Ground research being done by Andrew Russell: http://www.truth-reality.co.uk/index.html

via Unexplained Phenomena Alert.

Why is the Sargent not named? What is the chain of custody regarding this report? Did Andrew Russell know the officer and tell Colin Andrews about it, for example? The article does not say. Where is the transcript of the interview with the officer? Did the officer file a report? Can someone post a copy of that?

Can someone get the names of all the current Wiltshire Police Sergeants, please so we can figure out who this was and see if he confirms the story and has any further details?

How many Sergeants are there in the Wiltshire Police and which was/where on duty at the time? http://www.wiltshire.police.uk/

Let’s get some verifiable information… and remember to include the “Who” in your “Who, what, where, why, when” when you are reporting something strange. [ Update: If the source wants to remain anonymous, you have much less of a story, but at least say why.]

See my crop circle article for a large collection of crop circle photos.

July 15 Update:

It seems that too many people attempted to get more information due to my post above.

……… we were making progress until the officer became aware of some blogger
suggesting that ‘somone’  find out from wiltshire police the names of all serving
police seargents and who was on/off duty at the time, in an attempt to further verify
information and question the officer (http://xenophilius.wordpress.com/2009/07/10/).
Now, Wiltshire police will not release this information as it would contravene the
Data Protection Act and the Freedom of Information Act, and anyone with a
modicum of common sense will realise this (but obviously not this blogger) but

Hold those calls. The Colin Andrews site calls

… for the public and research fraternity to back away and give this policeman space and Wiltshire Police offices also.  The efforts being made on the ground to obtain information for everyone is proceeding but is not being helped by the overwhelming volume of efforts to get involved or even scuttle the research.

It makes sense to me that an officer might contact Colin because he is well known as a crop circle authority, but in most news stories if a source wants to remain anonymous, that is part of the original published story.

I once interviewed an anonymous person who claimed to see Nordic aliens. Colin’s story is certainly more promising, as his source is a cop.

As Colin will not release the officer’s name, I must wonder, respectfully, if he has considered that the “officer” might be a prankster or that this could be even darker: someone seeking to discredit him?  It would not be the first time something like this has happened.

It seems to me common sense that while the possibility of a “hoax cop” may be remote, it could not possibly be more remote than a true spotting of super speedy vanishing Nordic aliens.

8 thoughts on “UPDATED: Colin Andrews: Level 10 (High) Unexplained Phenomena Alert

  1. arjay001

    I want to see pictures of crop circles that are poorly made. All of them I have seen are very nice. I think there would be a learning curve when making them the first few times. There should be a lot of pictures of very bad crop circles out there. I can’t seem to find them. Very bad UFO pictures and clips are everywhere.


  2. Huujuu

    I too have wondered about the police officer. I originally read the report on colinandrews.net and did some searching in the local papers and other reports that had appeared on the web but to no avail. I have posted 2 comments on the colinandrews site asking where the original report came from but have not recieved a reply as of yet.

    What strikes me as being a bit strange is that after being a UK police officer myself, i would be surprised at a sergeant approaching an internet researcher about an incident which occured on his patch. If you have serious concerns over something you have seen then, and especially as a police sergeant, you have a lot of avenues of enquiry to follow up yourself first.

    If maybe he was embarrased about reporting the incident at his station why would he tell the researcher he was a police sergeant ? and surely that info would have been kept from the report. I’m looking forward to following this up because a) if it’s true then we have some good leads and information to investigate and b) if it’s not we have some good information to bkeep in mind for future reports.

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  4. Huujuu

    The plot thickens !

    There are a couple of glaring anomalies with how this story is developing.

    1) A call for calm. This report only appeared on a couple of sites before the ‘call’ went out. At the time it went out there were no comments on the threads and blogs (other than this one). When investigators are looking at fraudulents accounting, one thing to look out for is the frequency of certain digits appearing (on average you have a certain ratio of 1’s, 2′,s, 3’s and so on. The same applies for the internet. Most people do their research online and before people take the step to ‘real life’ investigation (in this case ringing the police)you would first expect to find lots of comments asking questions. This is missing which suggests that not many people at all have taken an interest and therefore it is unlikely that anyone has rung the police.

    2) if anyone has rung the police then it is the colinandrews report that has stimulated it by telling people that it was an ‘off duty polie sergeant’. It may even be this report that led to the shooting incident.

    3) Following the shooting incident, the police would actually want more information, not less people ringing up.

    4) This was a police sergeant, not a ‘normal’ constable and as such he/she would be more than vesred with giving statements ie. The first statement is the important one and all the relevent information must be included so that further statements are not required (statements taken at the earliest opportunity after an incident are the ones addmisable in court as being the most accurate. This is top priority for the police and i should not matter after the first statement is taken if the source ‘dries up’

    5) The police are expert in writing statements and have a certain type of vocabulary in describing things which is lacking in this report.

    Something is not what it seems here !

  5. asbosquirrel

    These beings would need to have been 20 or 30 feet tall to have been seen from the road. We have been to this formation on top of the hill. It’s high up and a long way back. Sounds like another disinformation story folks.

  6. Huujuu

    Colin Andrews has now disabled all comments on his blog following people questioning him about the authenticity of this and other recent postings from him. To begin with he deleted comments that questioned the research, now it’s all the comments which are banned……which funnily enough speak louder than when he allowed comments…!

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