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The Unusual Death of Crop Circle Researcher Paul Vigay
Body Found Washed Ashore in Southsea, Hampshire, UK

2009 News Report by Fran Duckett-Pike

Police are investigating after the body of a man was discovered in the sea off Southsea seafront.

The body of 44-year-old Paul Vigay was discovered in the sea at Eastney on Friday morning.

Police said Mr Vigay, of Manners Road, Southsea, had been reported missing at 11pm on Thursday night.

The body was discovered by a member of the public who was out on the beach walking their dog.

Police were called at 8.10am yesterday to the seafront next to the Royal Marines Museum, in Eastney where the body was found 10 metres from the shoreline. Police cordoned off the area. Police say Mr Vigay's death is not being treated as suspicious.

A Hampshire police spokeswoman said: 'We were called by a member of the public after they saw the body in the water. 'The police, with the help of the coastguard, brought him in.' She added: 'Investigations are under way.'

The Portsmouth Coastguard Rescue Team and an inshore lifeboat were on the scene assisting the Police.

Local residents said they were shocked to hear about what happened in an area that is usually very quiet.

Another resident added: 'I have no idea what has happened. I heard a police siren and I looked out the window and saw the police cars: It was a bit of a surprise - and it's not a nice surprise: I know the police interviewed a couple of dog walkers.'

Undertakers were called to take the body away and a postmortem examination will be carried out to try to establish the circumstances which led to Mr Vigay's death.'


Paul, along with other key circle researchers had recently sent important evidence of their remarkable encounter at Cheesefoot Head nearr Winchester, Hampshire to both government officials and the Queen, who is reported to have shown a keen interest in the matter.

There were no obvious reasons for Paul to have taken a swim out to sea in the middle of the night in February, yet strangely, the police are not treating the death as foul play.