Especially for the Hague’s Museum Night, the crop circle exhibition re-opened her doors for just one night. Researchers were present to answer questions by the many visitors.
Besides many impressive pictures, the multi-media exhibition brought a treasure of information. People were able to learn about the many unknown facts, the beauty of this worldwide phenomenon and the impact it has on the farming community.
The widely accepted theory is that all crop circles are made by people with planks and ropes. Many years of research, eyewitness accounts and information provided by farmers, prove that some circles are the result of a so far unknown force.
The goal of the exhibition is to inform the public and to present a bigger picture. The exhibition features both the man-made crop circles and those that are shrouded by mystery.
The exhibition does not pretend to have found the final answer, but will show most of the key facts on the crop circle subject. Facts that might throw some light on the possible forces involved in this phenomenon. Facts that can be presented thanks to the work that has been conducted by many national and international researchers. Facts that make you wonder.
New location to be announced