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Re: High School UFO Teaching

From: cs147@glen-net.ca (Cory Cameron)
Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 00:00:25 -0400
Fwd Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 01:33:54 -0400
Subject: Re: High School UFO Teaching

>From: brazel@webtv.net (Clint Stone)
>Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 18:34:52 -0500
>To: updates@globalserve.net
>Subject: High School UFO Teaching

>Hey Errol, Mr. Washington, and all--

>     I am out on a limb. I was asked today, by my Astronomy
>teacher, if I could bring in some videos, magazines, books, etc.
>to help us along on our studies in the unit of extraterestrial
>life. Since I am the "UFO guy" of the class, everyone knows that
>I'll pass with flying colors.

>     The truth is, I am not an experienced "UFO guy". I am afraid
>that I won't expose them to enough (or the right) information to
>get them interested. Could someone please calm me down, or tell
>me what to do.


>Clint Stone

Dear Mr. Clint Stone, my name is Cory Cameron.  I am also a high
school student and member of MUFON.  I was once in a dilemma
similiar to yours.  I started off the seminar by asking the class
various questions concerning their knowledge of UFO's.  I was
extremely surprised to find one young man who suddenly stood up
and began to discuss Ed Walters and the Gulf Breeze sightings!!!
However, there were others in the audience who knew absolutely
nothing of the subject.  For instance, I asked some of the people
what they thought a "grey" was.  I got every answer from the
"grey" matter that exists between fine lines to what their vomit
looked like after the party.  So you see, it all depends upon the

        After asking the audience these common questions, I took
out my nifty UFO model "as described by Lazar", and told them
about Area 51, and Lazar's story.  After this, I mentioned the
prominent UFO Investigators: Budd Hopkins, J. Allen Hynek, Kevin
Randle, Whitley Strieber, etc.... And I even mentioned the main
three investigative branches of UFO investigation - MUFON, CUFOS,
and NICAP.  After discussing all of this; and it included Crop
Circles, Cattle Mutilations, Chupacabras, Abductions, I began to
talk about the somewhat far-fetched ideas of underground bases,
military cover-ups - namely Roswell.  I ended my speech with
mentioning the NORAD incident in the Cheyenne Mountain near
Colorado Springs, Colorado.

        Your best bet to keep your audiences attention is to
discuss the Abduction scenario.  I noticed whenever I would talk
about a lonely walk in the woods.....or the dark lonely
highway....or what was the worse that made people almost piss
their pants was the bedroom abduction.  Try that, and I can
assure you it will work. :)

So, best luck in your seminar,

Cory Cameron

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