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Death of another crop-circle/ufo researcher

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posted on May, 24 2009 @ 03:17 AM
Colin Andrews has reported that Pat Delgado, his fellow famous crop-circle researcher and his "co-author of the first book ever written about the crop circles, Circular Evidence" has died, after being struck with cancer.

Most people interested in crop-circles or UFOs will be familiar with Pat Delgado, described by Colin Andrews as being "famous for being the person who started serious research into what became known as crop circles".

For more information about Pat Delgado, see the dedication on the website of Colin Andrews.

Pat Delgado is the latest loss to the crop-circle/UFO community in the UK this year.

April 2009 saw the death of UFO book author John Michell by cancer, as reported in an obituary in The New York Times.

Recent months have also seen the deaths of several other crop-circle/UFO researchers. See, for example, this article from the Western Daily Press on 24 February 2009: Two crop-circle experts die within hours of each other

The crop circle community has been left stunned after two of its leading lights died within hours of each other.

Dorset investigator and conference organiser David Kingston passed away last week after a year-long battle with cancer.

Meanwhile, the body of crop circle investigator Paul Vigay was found on the Hampshire coast at Southsea.

posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 05:56 PM
Wow Pat was 90 years old. If he began crop circle research in the early 80s like Colin, that means he was already over 60! Good longevity genes.

posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 06:01 PM
Yes. 90 years is quite good even with todays medicine and standards, he most probably had a very interesting life. Just think about how he spent his retirement, doing something he loved, for almost 30 years, that must have been wonderful. Rest in peace.

posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 06:09 PM
On a long enough time-line, the survival rate of everyone drops to zero.

posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 06:20 PM

Originally posted by DoomsdayRex
On a long enough time-line, the survival rate of everyone drops to zero.

Ummm Yeah, thats called extinction of a species...

Never heard of him but sounds he was pretty involved in UFO phenomenea and lived a fullfilling life.

May you RIP until your next adventure.

posted on Jun, 17 2009 @ 06:29 PM
Have always wondered if the real researchers would end up dying of cancer or something similar, or have healings from the glyphs.

Guess this answers my question, did hear about the two dying within hours of each other and found the syncronicity of that astoundingly revealing.

Has anyone correlated the Glyphs found around or better yet on the death date of the researchers to be significant in some way?

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