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September 29, 1954, Ancerville, Meuse:

Reference number for this case: 29-Sep-54-Ancerville. Thank you for including this reference number in any correspondence with me regarding this case.



"It will be said that I am a joker", told us George Guillemin, baker. "Wednesday evening September 29, whereas I was in Commercy to spend my Thursday of rest there, and that the crowd was going to another direction to see the Super Circus, I was with the Berthemy district at about 08:30 P.M. with my young daughter Jocelyne, aged 10. In the sky, we saw a luminous tube, about of the diameter of the Moon, during at least ten seconds, in the direction of Couzance-St-Dizier."

Since then we read in the newspapers that Mr. the Mayor of St-Dizier and a railwayman of Ancerville had also seen it at the same hour this same Wednesday. A person told us, as well as his wife, to have seen a luminous object like the Moon, but a little smaller, hovering in the direction of Bar-le-Duc.


This ufologist reproduces the [ler1] source.

[Ref. lcn1:] LUC CHASTAN:

Luc Chastan indicates that in the Meuse in Ancerville Gue on September 29, 1954 at 20:30 hours, "a railwayman observes a luminous object. "

The source is indicated as "Lumières dans la Nuit issue 259/260".

[Ref. eme1:] "EST MAGAZINE":

Lorraine - The visitors from the sky

From the autumn 1954 on, the skies of our areas were the theatre of strange demonstrations. Invaders came from space...


A ball of orange color surrounded by a purplish halation is reported in Ancerville in the Meuse also in the autumn of '54.



The September 29, 1954, meteor about 08:30 p.m.


(These keywords are only to help queries and are not implying anything.)

Ancerville, Meuse, ball, orange, purple, halo, halation, railwayman


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Document history:

Version: Created/Changed by: Date: Change Description:
1.0 Patrick Gross February 19, 2010 First published.
1.1 Patrick Gross September 30, 2014 Explanation changed from "Not looked for yet" to "The September 29, 1954, meteor, about 08:30 p.m.."

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