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E.T. in East Texas? Locals say yes

CANTON, TX (KLTV) - Could East Texas become the next Roswell?

An East Texas couple seems to think so after finding what they think are "crop circles" in their backyard.  They made the discovery a few days ago.

The family lives on FM 16 near Canton.

"We go up to the moon why couldn't there be something coming down here," said Rosa Lee Bulissa.

Don and Rosa Lee Bulissa say everything was fine up until last week when four circles appeared in their backyard.

Because of the perfect shape the figures are in, Don and Rosa Lee say its hard to believe an animal or a human could have done this. So they believe it was something from up there.

"There is no animal that could cut it that perfect, no animal, so if it ain't a UFO what is it?" asked Don.

"It had to be some kind of UFO or something. Something we've never seen before," said Rosa.

But not just anything, something that may not even be from this world. Something else they'd like you to consider...the effect the patterns are having on living things nearby.. like a blackberry bush.

"Last year we had it just loaded down with blooms and right now since this happened a lot of the limbs are dead and the grass is dead in there, said Rosa.

Rosa Lee says a week ago she was able to pick berries but that's not the case this week.

The Bulissa's say they have scouted the rest of the yard, along with the field behind their fence and nothing. Its only on this one side.

And for the non-believers out there, Rosa Lee has a message for you, "think what you want. If you could see it you would know the difference."

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