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October 25, 1954, Saint-Samson, Morbihan:

Reference number for this case: 25-Oct-54-Saint-Samson. Thank you for including this reference number in any correspondence with me regarding this case.




Oct. 25, 1954 Plémet (France).

Approximate date. A. Treussard and a friend were almost blinded by a luminous disk, which landed in a pasture. (Personal).


From a newspaper clipping of their personal files, the two ufologists report that a landing occurred on October 27, 1954, in Plemet in the Côtes-du-Nord.

Accompanied by a friend, Mr. André Treussard had gone in Morbihan. Close to Chèze, they were suddenly dazzled by a disc so shining that they had to stop.

Within 100 meters approximately of their car, they saw in a field a machine in the shape of a rowboat, of a length from 4 to 5 meters. The two men did not dare to approach, and the machine flew away almost at once.

[Ref. js1:] JEAN SIDER:

Jean Sider discovered this case of October 25, 1954, at 07:30 p.m., in Saint-Samson in Morbihan, through an article of the newspaper Les Nouvelles du Morbihan for October 27, 1954, on page 6.

Jean Sider gives the content of the article:

Monday, at about 19:30, Mr. André Treussart, place of Riade, in Plémet, driver at Mr. Eugene Nouet's, contractor, place of the Monument, in Plémet, went to edge of the barge "L'Oeil d'Argus" accompanied by a mariner, in St. Samson, to seek Loire cement.

At a few kilometers before arriving at St. Samson (Morbihan), in the locality La Mi-Voix, the driver was blinded by a powerful light, so much so that he put his headlights in low power.

The two men then distinctly saw a disc, very shiny, which evolved at approximately five meters of height and a hundred meters of the truck. The machine landed in a field near the road.

At once, Mr. Treussart and his companion stopped and contemplated on the edge of the slope a machine having the shape of a boat, with notched edges, of approximately four to five meters; in the middle emerged a reddish gleam with blue rays. Above, one clearly distinguished at approximately five meters height, a shining disc as a projector. No noise was perceived. The two young men did not dare to approach more and resumed their travel. A few moments later, they again distinguished a strong light on the right side of the road: the machine disappeared.


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