In order to help spread awareness and promote public discussion and research of crop circles, I would encourage all newcomers to the subject to try to obtain as much information as possible. To this end, I've personally visited and recommend the following crop circle related web sites.
Rather than just have a huge list of miscellaneous links, I've tried to choose sites which I believe share my own philosophy of sharing information and knowledge. I apologise if I've missed out any sites, but as you can imagine there are no doubt thousands of hobbiest sites around the world which I've possibly missed. If you would like to recommend a good one, please contact me and I may add it to the list below.
We would appreciate a reciprocal link from your site, so if you would like to add our banner to your site, please link back to http://www.cropcircleresearch.com
Crop Circle Secrets
Freddy Silva's award winning site - and sister site to this one.
The Crop Circle Website
Part of David Kingston's University of Life web site.
The Crop Circle Archive
Another excellent online crop circle database.
Crop circles and sacred sites tours
Research pages and US east coast crop circle conference organisers.
We are offering our 10 day Crop Circles and Sacred Sites tour again this summer.
Crop Circle Info
The Research and Findings of Crop Circle Pioneer Researcher Colin Andrews.
Lucy Pringle's Homepage
Lucy's excellent online gallery of crop circle photos in addition to her articles and human effects research.
Crop Circle News
Good news portal and discussion forum site.
Crop Circle Science
An independent community for the exploration of the crop circle phenomenon, edited by Andreas Mueller.
Informed, up-to-date reports, reviews and commentary on the latest happenings in the world of crop circles, provided by the Southern Circular Research organisation.
The Crop Circle Explorer
Dr John Sherwood's excellent, resource packed site.
The photographs and articles of Steve Alexander and Karen Douglas.
The Crop Circle Connector
One of the biggest and best crop circle web sites on the web. A must visit!
Crop Circles: Quest for Truth
The official site for William Gazecki's brilliant documentary on the crop circle enigma.
Crop Circle Answers
Scientific Research into the Worldwide Crop Circle Phenomenon by Ed and Kris Sherwood
Home of The Cereologist Magazine, edited by John Sayer.
Developing and performing special projects in the realm of New Sciences.
An excellent site, containing the Italian Crop Circle Database.
Canadian Crop Circle Research Network
Paul Anderson's Research Group
High quality t-shirts with crop circle designs.
Home of the German research group.
The Dutch Crop Circle Archive, edited by Robert Boerman.
Crop Circle Radius
The Research of Michael Glickman and Patricia Murray
Crop Circles in and around the village of Findon in West Sussex
Crop Circles - Their Meaning and Connection to Dreams. Research by Joe Mason.
Busty Taylor's Homepage
Busty is one of the founders of modern crop circle research, and a pioneering aerial photographer.
Another excellent German site.
Crop Circles: Research Of Truth
Crop Circles Research of Truth is born after twelve years of studies about the Crop Circle phenomenon with the will to clear up events both worrying and fascinating.
Home of self-proclaimed circlemakers. This impressive and well designed site claims that all Britain's circles are man made.... We disagree, but hey! we're into free speech and democracy!
Total Human Solution
Taking the sceptical point of view, Total Human Solution attempts to demonstrate that certain effects/anomalies found within crop circles do not necessarily discount human involvement, contrary to belief.
I have now moved this to its own separate page. The following topics are available:-