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Reg Presley's 'Wild Things They Don't Tell Us'
Reg Presley
Reg Presley - 'Wild Things They Don't Tell Us'

Legendary member of 60s band The Troggs and Crop Circle enthusiast - Reg Presley, has just released a book about mysteries and conspiracies.

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Reg Presley sang and played bass guitar for 60s pop band The Troggs. Their hits include 'Love Is All Around', 'Wild Thing' and 'With a Girl Like You'

He has been a keen researcheer of Crop Circles and the paranormal since 1990

His first book on the subject - 'Wild Things They Don't Tell Us' was published on 7th October 2002

Reg lives just outside the county of Wiltshire in nearby Andover

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In recent years, The Troggs' frontman, Reg Presley has become as well known for his obsession with crop circles as for penning evergreen pop hits like 'Love Is All Around' and 'With a Girl Like You'.

Indeed, in 1994 when Wet Wet Wet spent a whopping 15 weeks at number one with their cover of 'Love Is All Around', Reg famously joked that on receipt of the imminent royalties, he'd finally be able to devote all his time to investigating the mysterious field formations.

Reg's interest in the paranormal was piqued one summer's day in 1990 when he walked into a crop formation at Alton Barnes in Marlborough. His life was changed forever.

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A Crop Circle, yesterday.

Through subsequent meetings with Crop Circle and UFO investigators, eyewitnesses, military personnel, scientists, astronomers and astronauts, Reg was to discover a world beyond anything he had ever imagined.

The following years were spent researching Crop Circles, conspiracies and unexplained phenomena. He even found time to make an appearance in forthcoming Crop Circle movie 'A Place To Stay'.

Reg has finally documented his findings in his first book 'Wild Things They Don't Tell Us'.

Just some of the many questions the book attempts to draw a line under include:

Did we see the first real alien in the infamous autopsy footage or was it all a hoax?

Was Einstein right when he said nothing travels faster than light?

Did mankind walk with the dinosaurs?

Why does the church not want us to know what 666 really means?

Was there more than one UFO crash at Roswell?

Reg visited the Radio Wiltshire and Swindon studios in November 2002 to publicise the book and discuss his findings with Afternoon Show presenter Graham Seaman.

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