In a nostalgic tribute to the legendary rock band Led Zeppelin and their iconic drummer John Bonham, a recreation of the famous Eastfield Pictogram crop circle has emerged near Bonham’s resting place at St Michael’s Church in Rushock, Worcestershire. This enigmatic crop circle first captured the world’s imagination 33 years ago in Alton Barnes, Wiltshire, and graced the cover of Led Zeppelin’s Remasters album.
John Bonham, the talented musician hailing from Redditch, is celebrated as one of the greatest drummers in the history of rock. His grave overlooks the field where the striking new crop circle has now materialized, adding an air of mystique and significance to its appearance.
Photographers have been quick to capture images of this captivating formation, which was discovered on Sunday, July 16, near Cakebole Lane. The crop circle enthusiasts’ community, The Croppie, has been abuzz with discussions about the possibility of it being a commissioned work. However, after a thorough investigation, no evidence supporting such claims has been found. As such, The Croppie encourages everyone to appreciate this formation as a faithful reproduction, or even a “remaster,” of the most iconic crop circle ever known.
The original 600ft pictogram that surfaced in 1990 created a global frenzy and sparked endless debates about its mysterious origins. The current crop circle continues this tradition, reigniting discussions about the unexplained nature of these formations.
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Kris Malford, a passionate ‘croppie,’ captured photographs of the new Rushock crop circle and expressed his awe at their magical charm. He believes that these formations inspire happiness and encourage people to contemplate the world around them.
As the recreation of this iconic crop circle brings back memories of Led Zeppelin’s illustrious past and pays homage to the legendary John Bonham, enthusiasts and fans alike are left in wonder, appreciating the beauty and intrigue that these formations bring to our lives.