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Aliens Among Us

The following morning Josh was up before daybreak. He tried not to make any noise as he left the bedroom wanting to give Callie a few more hours of rest. He made his way into the kitchen and brewed a pot of coffee and after drinking his fill, pulled on his old coveralls and headed out the door.
When he got in the truck, he forgot all about the cows and headed instead to the north pasture. Curiosity was eating him up alive. Ever since seeing the lights the night before, he felt the need to find out what had caused them. He doubted whether he’d discover anything in the daylight, but something was urging him on to check it out.
As he rounded the bend in the road, he could see the tops of the oil drilling rigs jutting up into the sky. A feeling of nostalgia swept through him thinking of his father and how he missed him now. He was only happy he managed to spend a few weeks with him when he’d arrived home before his father died.
Driving closer to the pasture, Josh’s gaze narrowed as he studied the ground beneath the rigs. It looked as if someone had been digging holes in the field. As he braked to a stop, he parked the truck and got out. By the time he made his way across the pasture, a puzzled frown settled across his features wondering what was going on.
Every hole was the same size in circumference looking as if a machine had carved out the earth. Inside the middle of the circles were little holes looking as if they reached deep into the earth surface. If he didn’t know better, he could almost believe the circles matched the patterns a farmer had taken pictures of for a documentary. This occurred in another state some distance from Oklahoma a while back. They had called them crop circles. From listening to all the reports on the circles, it was unknown how they got there and what they meant. There were many scientists coming up with ideas, but not one of them had solved the origin of the circles.

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