Published: 4:49 AM 4/1/2014
By Grimsby Telegraph
WE'VE GOT SOMETHING! Celebrating the news that you can now study UFOlogy at the Grimsby Institute.
KEEP WATCHING THE SKIES: Grimsby Institute's new course in UFOs promises to be out of this world.
The Grimsby Institute Group is to become the first Higher Education provider in the UK to offer a new international qualification in the study of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs).
Those who complete the course will gain the American Life Institute of Extra-terrestrial and Neuroscience School's Degree in UFOlogical Studies.
Recently, Lincolnshire has become one of the UK's hotspots for sightings of UFOs, with reports including; a dark shaped object travelling over North Hykeham, puzzling vapour trails in the skies over the county, a green fireball seen darting across the Lincolnshire skies and a taxi driver from Skegness spotting strange lights in the sky over Louth.
One of the most inexplicable recent stories saw a giant blade severed from a wind turbine following reports of strange lights in the sky by Conisholme residents the previous morning.
Sue Middlehurst, principal and chief executive of the Grimsby Institute Group, explained the reasons for the introduction of the new course.
Sue said: "UFOlogy is a growing area of interest in our region and we feel that the introduction of this course will be a popular choice with everyone who has a keen interest in the field.
"I myself have always had a strong interest in this area and the belief that it is possible to make contact with extra-terrestrial life using simple household objects."
One popular belief is that by using simple household, metallic objects; such as tin foil and coat hangers, it is possible to make contact with interplanetary lifeforms using the human body as a transmitter."
Dr E T Elliot, a UFO specialist and advocate for the degree programme from the American Life Institute of Extra-terrestrial and Neuroscience School, explained: "There are a great many places in our universe that we have yet to explore.
"Similarly the human body, especially the brain, is little understood.
"Our studies have shown that it is possible to use the structure of the human body as a conduit for making contact with extra-terrestrial life, who are mostly likely an advanced species with telekinetic capabilities. If every individual human life form on our planet were to attempt this form of contact at the same time, the results would be astounding."
The new course will mean that anyone with an interest in UFOs or extra-terrestrial life forms can study a variety of interesting areas including:
The phenomenon of crop circles.
The feasibility of extra-terrestrial life.
The history of UFO sightings
Anyone interested in this exciting new programme should e-mail UFO@grimsby.ac.uk for more information.