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My Dedication to Busty Taylor on his 70th Birthday
May 3rd, 2013
By Colin Andrews
Busty and I have been good friends for nearly 30 years, in fact since he discovered his first set of crop
circles in 1985 which was during a flight south of the town where we both lived, Andover in southern
England.  It was Busty who introduced me to Pat Delgado and Don Tuersley and Dr. Terence Meaden.

Busty is a professional driving instructor of many years standing, a light Aircraft Pilot, crop circle and UFO
researcher, photographer, dowser and has an intense interest in local archeology. He has made several
unique discoveries of unknown archaeological sites during his flights.

He invented the pole method of taking elevated photographs of crop circles, a system copied by many since.

Busty is what I always call a 'doer' meaning a person who is a natural Organizer, a party maker, the guy who
sorts things out while others are still thinking about it.  I owe him for hundreds of hours of his time and his
safe flying skills, which enabled me getting up in the sky to record those early years of crop circles, along
with Pat, and Terence.

Busty the pilot
Seen here at his local airfield, the famous racing circuit, Thruxton.
Busty the driving instructor
Hundreds of the residence of his home town Andover and
surrounding area are driving today thanks to his long career as a
driving instructor, including several of my own family.
Busty turned crop circle researcher and photographer
While flying his aircraft south of Andover during the first week of August, 1985, Busty spotted five
spectacular circles, forming a cross.  His discovery lead to the headlines below, in the Andover
Advertiser which caused a major increase in interest, following on the heals of a set of circles I spotted
myself a few miles away in 1983.  At that time I had not met Busty.
The first research team was formed, Circles Phenomenon Research (CPR).  Seen here
from left: Pat Delgado, Busty Taylor, Colin Andrews and Don Tuersley.
A few of the spectacular photographs taken by Busty.
Busty has researched the crop circle subject for nearly three decades.  Many would not have been discovered had it not been for his
aerial work nor would they have been photographically recorded.  Seen here left with Don Tuersley. Center with Kazou Ueno from
Japan and dowser Richard Andrews. Right in the Mayan Head-dress crop formation opposite Silbury Hill with Colin Andrews and Maria
Wheatley, investigating the claims of a police Sergent to have seen three tall beings at that location.
Busty the dowser and amateur archaeologist
I have spent many hours with Busty at Stonehenge and surrounding area.  The patterns and network that dowsing uncovers is a
mutual interest. I well remember taking the photograph on the right of Busty dowsing with hazel twig and the skin in his hands almost
ripping off as he crossed powerful leylines cutting down through the circle and Silbury Hill nearby.
Busty the UFO researcher
Friends, Reg Presley, Busty and Colin Andrews on a hill top UFO sky watch in Wiltshire, England.
Colin Andrews, Michael Hesemann and Busty in Düsseldorf, Germany. Inspecting the silver and bronze discs discovered at
Grasdorf in a crop circle.  Right: Reg Presley, Busty and Philip Mantel at the first public screening of the so called Alien Autopsy
video in London. The three of us attended both events together.
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Busty has appeared in many Television documentaries and the movie 'A Place to Stay' acting himself, along with Reg Presley and myself.
One of the great pleasures we shared after a long day flying, driving and walking the
fields, was a pint of beer in a wonderful old English pub
.
My dedication to a good friend and one of the most
trusted people you will ever know.  

Thank You Busty for Everything and HAPPY BIRTHDAY
- Colin

Posted May 3, 2013

All photographs are copyright: Colin Andrews and Busty Taylor
Colin and Busty after landing at Thruxton Airfield
The first crop circle researchers in the world