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The New York anthropology professor said the subject should be part of the mainstream as a serious “area of study”.
The Niagara County Community College, a state university in New York, lecturer said due to the high amount of sightings every year, it should follow that students should be able to investigate phenomenon.
"(A sighting) happens to millions of people (around the world)," he said.
"It's about time we looked into this as a worthy area of study.
“It's important that the whole subject be brought out in the open and investigated.”
Prof Haseley, who is also head of the Western New York Mutual UFO Network, an organisation that is focused on UFO research, said there were up to 50 UFO sightings are reported every month across region.
He said the group investigated the sightings in a “scientific manner” using field investigation, radar, astronomy and meteorology.