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Gösta Carlsson också kallad Pollenkungen föddes 1918 i Skörpinge strax utanför Ängelholm. Gösta började i tidig ålder att intressera sig för bin. Redan som tonåring förfogade han över 30 bisamhällen och sålde honung till lokala affärer. Biodlingen var dock en bisyssla och han jobbade fortfarande heltid vid SJ som tågklarerare. Medan tiden gick tog biodlingarna allt mer tid och Gösta bestämde sig för att satsa. Med hjälpa av Åke Asplund och hans bror Eric Carlsson lyckades de utveckla insamling av pollen i stor skala. AB Cernelle startas år 1953. På sextiotalet storsatsade Gösta på Rögle BK, vilket ledde till stora framgångar. Spelare som Ulf Sterner, Thomas Haugh och Des Moroney köptes in. 1963 startades ett dotterbolag till Cernelle, Allergon, som hade avsikt att producera råvaror till allergimediciner. Hösten 1971 gick Gösta offentligt ut med att han den 18 maj 1946 fått besök av utomjordingar. Mötet i gläntan, skall enligt Gösta, gett honom kunskapen hur man utvinner pollen ur pollenkorn. Gösta hittade även en ring och en stav som han påstår att besökarna lämnade efter sig. 1972 lät Gösta uppföra ett UFO-monument på platsen som varje år besöks av nationella och internationella turister.

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