The municipality of Texcoco in Mexico has become an instant tourist attraction with the formation of mysterious crop circles that appeared overnight on Christmas Eve. Many people, who went to the site, believe that the strange patterns were designed by alien visitors onboard in UFOs.
However, the latest crop circles that formed in the republic in southern North America have irregular patterns compared with traditional crop circle patterns that have created in other areas of the world. Because of the irregularity, some people are joking on social media – Facebook and Twitter – that drunken extraterrestrials made the circles.
According to local witnesses, they noticed unusual bright lights in the overcast sky on the night of Christmas. Along with the lights were strange figures among the crops, as reported by Russia Today.
Locals, who noticed unusual activity in the field on Christmas Eve, were flocking to the site on the morning of Christmas Day. They then saw the mysterious crop patterns. Mexican newspaper El Universal says locals called the police to report the presence of aliens and various patterns of crops in farming areas.
Investigators still have no clues about the strange incident, but many theories have already emerged as to who made the crop models. In a report on Mexican Tiempo website, the most popular suggested theory is that the crop circles were produced by alien visitors travelling with their UFOs.
But people could not stop thinking that the patterns were made by drunk aliens because of the unusual irregularity of the crop circles.
Meanwhile, some suggested that the Mexican crop circles were designed by mythical creatures called chupacabras or goat suckers. These creatures are known to attack and kill animals.
The area is now guarded by local police to control visitors, including teams of scientists who conduct investigations in the hope to give a scientific explanation for the mysterious crop circle patterns in Mexico.