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AN unidentified flying object crashed landed at a Cleethorpes school.
The UFO, about the size of a telephone box, was discovered in the playground of Elliston Infants’ School.
While no explanation has been given for the origins of the metal object, some claim it is not man-made.
As the youngsters, aged six and seven, investigated the crash, headteacher Marlene Ranshaw, revealed the alien landing was, in fact, part of the children’s lesson plan.
Originally posted by Monts
So let me get this straight...
They had ambulances, fire-trucks, and police cars all as a part of this "game"???
Something definitely doesn't add up... I'd say either it was a sociological experiment to see how people would react to the said situation, or that it was a cover story and game to hide the real reason all the emergency workers where there... whatever that may be.
Originally posted by NuclearPaul
That was my first reaction too. Wasting emergency service's time on a schoolyard game? Someone high up organised this.
Originally posted by Totalstranger
wait a sec. who is still in school on June 30th? and 7 yrs old is about, what 1st grade? where were all the other elementary grades? or is this not in the US? I need more details...
[edit on 1-7-2010 by Totalstranger]