Paul Vigay’s body was found on the 20th February 2009 on the shore at Southsea.
Paul was one of the brightest stars in the crop circle universe. A talented mathematician, computer technician and a maker of electronic gadgets, he was one of the first researchers into the crop circle phenomenon in the early 1990’s where his talents were quickly recognised. He had an exceptional gift for investigation and often led the field in deciphering the mathematical aspects found in certain crop circles. His interests spread far beyond crop circles and he was a keen explorer into other aspects of the Unexplained. He was amazingly articulate and had a rare knack of being able to explain technical details in the simplest language. He has made a major contribution to the subject and his place will not be easily filled.
He also made great contributions to the CCCS and was also one of the founder members of UNEX.
He was a really super person, and a good friend who I have known for 19 happy years. Many have been the times when we have been into the fields together. He had a great sense of humour and I have never heard him utter a cross word.
I will miss him greatly, his bright ideas and just for being himself.
Please remember his family in your thoughts and prayers.
He was a giant of a man.