Joanna Emery believes the crop circle phenomenon is too important to ignore. She’ll explain why when she takes the stage at this summer’s Alien Cosmic Expo, June 24-26, in Brantford, Ontario. When people think of crop circles they don’t automatically connect Canada to this phenomena. So it might comes as a surprise to learn that more than 200 crop circle reports have been made in Canada over the past century, The McMaster University history major will present her thoughts on what crop circles are and the various messages they contain on Sunday morning at the Expo.
Canadian crop circle formations ranging from the simple to the spectacular have suddenly appeared in fields and on ice, including on the Canadian prairies where one can drive for miles without seeing another person. Born in London, England, Emery was raised in Canada. She has always been drawn to real-life mysteries but became intrigued with crop circles after buying a crop circle calendar from a book store in 1999. Her interest became voracious and soon volunteered with the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network as their Ontario co-ordinator. Emery’s investigations have taken her across Ontario as well as to England where many of the world’s most famous crop circles have appeared. She remains the go to person for crop circle information in Canada.