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UFO class at college, USA, 1973:

The article below was published in the daily newspaper Columbus Dispatch, Columbus, Ohio, USA, on September 21, 1973.

UFO Class at College

BARNESVILLE, Ga. (UPI) Bruce Henne admits that when people talk about unidentified flying objects (UFO) it's usually met with "a scream of laughter."

But the psychology instructor is so serious about UFO that he intends to teach a class on the subject at Gordon Junior College next month.

"It seems like an appropriate time," said the 32-year-old Michigan native. "I think a lot of people in this area want an explanation. Maybe we can give them some conception... so they won't be as afraid."

Recently a resident of Griffin, Ga., reported seeing a golden, egg-shaped metallic object descend to earth and disappear in a cloud of steam. It was one of numerous reported sightings in the South during the past few weeks.

"An awful lot of what is being reported is either misidentified conventional objects or atmospheric phenomena," Henne said.

But other unexplainable items are anthropologists operating in our atmosphere and observing us. They are anthropologists because they seem to have an interest in our culture."

There is a growing body of evidence to support his theory, he said, while conceding that it is difficult to substantiate it.

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