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October 4, 1954, Villers-le-Tilleul, Ardennes:

Reference number for this case: 4-oct-54-Villers. Thank you for including this reference number in any correspondence with me regarding this case.

Reports:

[Ref. ge1:] GENDARMERIE NATIONALE:


National Gendarmerie.
2nd Legion
N ° 348/4

Mézières, on 12 October 1954.

REPORT

by Chief-of-Squadron [], Commander []

on the presence of a "flying saucer", in VILLERS/le/TILLEUL, (Ardennes). -.

-Reference; Note Nr 15/4. Legion of 1/11/1954. -.

- On October 4, 1954, the young [] said she was in the presence of a machine called "FLYING-SAUCER", under the following circumstances:

On October 4, 1954, between 6:40 p.m. and 7 p.m., this child who had just brought back the cows in a park located at the East exit of the locality and about 200 meters from the last house of the Village saw a machine that attracted her attention. According to the child, this machine was 20 meters on her left of her direction of march on a grassy field emerging in a small clearing and itself reaching a dirt road on which the child circulated.

[], who was riding a bicycle, stopped and thought she was in the presence of a "camping" tent. As she tried to approach, a trap opened from the bottom to the top from where a human being jumped and immediately closed the trap behind him and then remained motionless for a while. -

-That time would have been sufficient for the child, according to her words, to give the following description of the individual: a man of normal height, appearing to have his head surrounded by a square shape with very sharp eyes. Arms hanging down, hands appearing to be one of piece with fingers welded to each other. Dressed in a long long-haired garment of brown-red color. At one time, the man would have moved forward to the young [] who took fright ran away on her bicycle without looking back.

- From the words of the child, the machine might measure

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- 2 -

2 m. 50 to 6 m. of height, and 2 m. width, it had an oval body, crowned with like a hat of conical shape but rounded on the top and resting on the ground on a part of rectangular shape. The hatch would have dimensions as follows: height 1 meter, width 0 m. 60 approximately, ground distance: 60 to 80 centimeters approximately. -

The young [], questioned by mister [], teacher and by other people of the village never changed anything in her first affirmations. She is deemed very intelligent and recognized sane of mind by her teacher and doctor []. This child does not appear emotional or sensitive to suggestion. She reasons like a child of her age, but seems very thoughtful. According to her parents, she does not engage in readings that may disturb her reason. -

- Mrs [], aged 24, living in one of the last houses at the east exit to the country did not see anything but heard for a long time a sound resembling that done by a skimmer in the direction where the young girl had seen the machine and at the same moments. She even ventured on the road for the sole purpose of knowing if it was a vehicle. She says she did not mistake with a farm creamer, being very far from the nearest of them at the time of the hearing.

- Finally, it should be noted that Messrs. [], aged 49, father of the girl in question and [], aged 46, both farmers, went to the scene that same evening at 9 p.m. They did not notice anything abnormal except that the grass would have been somewhat crumpled in a roundabout way.

- Brigade Personal [] visited the scene on October 6, 1954 and was unable to make any findings. -

- For his part, the Company Commander did not gather further details on this case. It is certain that the above information seems to have a certain "consistency" but it is difficult to admit the declarations of the young girl to be entirely true. The population of Villers/le/Tilleul keeps all its composure. An important part of this population believes the declaration made by the young [] to be sincere and real and think there is something. The most general view is that it would be a sophisticated flying craft sent by a foreign nation

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- 3 -

rather than a monster arriving from another planet.

To:

- Mr. The COLONEL, Cdt. The 2nd Legion of Gendarmerie (3 ex.) .-
- THE PREFECT OF THE ARDENNES. -
- The Commissioner for General Intelligence. -
- The Commander of Military Security of the 2nd Military Region.- Lille.-
- The Commander of Military Security "Air" 2nd Air Region. Paris.

No 942/3. Bis.- Transmitted to the GENERAL REGIONAL COMMANDER of the Gendarmerie Nationale of the 2nd Military Region
in Lille

- as a report -

Lille, October 14, 1954

The Colonel [] commanding the 2nd Gendarmerie Legion

Signed: [Signature]

N ° 8.469 / 3.- Transmitted to the GENERAL of the Corps d'Armée commanding the 2nd Military Region (General Staff - 2nd Bureau)
in Lille

- as a report -

Lille, October 15, 1954

Brigadier General [], Regional Commander of the Gendarmerie Nationale of the 2nd Military Region.

Signed: [Signature]

[Ref. jv1:] JACQUES VALLEE:

193

Oct. 04, 1954 18:40 Villers-le-Tilleul (France).

Ten-year-old Bertiaux saw an object "like a tent" and an unknown man near it.

(Personal)

[Ref. gl1:] CHARLES GARREAU AND RAYMOND LAVIER:

The two French authors and ufologists report on the observation at Villers-le-Thilleul in the Ardennes, October 4, 1954 at some time a bit later than 6 P.M..

Elianne Berthaux, a 10 years old girl, had just led the cows of her parent's farm in a park at the south-eastern exit of the community, at approximately 200 meters away of the last houses. She went on a bicycle to return, and at the end of a few tens of meters she had the strangest encounter which she narrated to the gendarmes that her parents alerted:

"A little in front of me, within ten meters on my left, I saw a thing which I initially took for a camping tent. While I approached, I saw a trap door being raised on the top of this thing; which was not a tent but a 3 meters high machine, and which resembled a large egg. It rested on the ground on a foot of rectangular shape. The trap door was about a meter high, and 0.60 meters broad. A small character appeared. He jumped to the ground. His head was surrounded by a square shape. His eyes were very sharp. He had hanging arms, but which seemed made of only one part, with fingers like welded together. He wore clothing with long hairs, of brown-russet-red color. He advanced in my direction. I became frightened. I fled at full speed, without looking back behind. "

The authors estimated that two other testimonies partly confirm the story by Eliane Berthaux:

Mr. Antoine Barrois, aged 70, of the same village, saw the rise of a sharp red luminous machine. He did not worry about it.

Also, another inhabitant of the same village heard a noise, "a kind of buzz."

The authors indicate that their sources are their personal file and an investigation report by the gendarmerie, and they indicate that it is the brigade of Flize in the Ardennes which carried out the investigation.

[Ref. jv2:] JACQUES VALLEE:

The author indicates that on October 4, 1954, a 10 year old child named Bertiaux saw an object "in the shape of tent", which landed close to Villers-le-Tilleul in the Ardennes. An individual was not far from the object.

[Ref. jv7:] JACQUES VALLEE - "HISTORIA" MAGAZINE:


October 4, 1954. Villers-le-Tilleul (Ardennes).

The young Bertiaux, aged ten, saw an object large like "a tent" and an unknown man next to.

[Ref. jv5:] JACQUES VALLEE:

234 -004.72761 49.63500 04 10 1954 18 40 1 VILLERS LE THILLEUL F 0111 E

[Ref. fr1:] MICHEL FIGUET AND JEAN-LOUIS RUCHON:

The two authors indicate that in Villers-le-Thilleul in the Ardennes, on October 4, 1954 at 06:00 p.m., Eliane Bertiaux, a 10-year-old girl, had just lead the cows of her parents' farm in a park, in the south-eastern exit of the locality. To regain her residence, she uses her bicycle, and she sees, after having crossed a few tens of meters, a thing that she initially thought was a tent. While approaching, she observes the machine on the ground, it has the shape of a large egg which rests on a rectangular foot. A trap door of one meter height and broad of 60 cm opens at the top of the object. A small being appears and jumps to the ground. It has the head surrounded by a square shape, its eyes are piercing. It has hanging arms, but which seem made of only one part, with welded fingers. It wears clothing of long hairs, of red-brown color. The entity then advances towards her. "I became afraid, I fled at full speed without looking behind", the witness said.

A second witness, Antoine Barrois, aged 70, observed a luminous, very sharp red machine which rose. Finally, a third person heard an unusual buzz at the time of the events.

The authors indicate that their sources are the Vallée catalogue, case 193, and C. Garreau and R. Lavier in "Face aux E.T." pages 24-25.

[Ref. cc1:] GILBERT CORNU AND HENRI CHALOUPEK:

The authors indicate that on October 4, 1954, several young children of Villers-le-Tilleul in the Ardennes had the vision of an object in the form of "a big egg" of a height of 3 meters with a "trap door" which opened at its top.

A small being with arms hanging and stiff as if they were made of only one part - an impression still confirmed by the fingers which seem welded together - suddenly jumped to the ground.

The 10 year old young girl who was the main witness became frightened and fled, "without looking back," with the result that one is unaware of how it ended.

The authors indicate that the sources are the Vallée Catalogue, case 196; and Garreau and Lavier in "Face aux E.T." pages 24-25.

[Ref. lg1] LOREN GROSS:

October 4th. Villers-les-Tilleue [sic], France. (6:40 p.m.)

A 10-year-old child named Bertieux told authorities he had seen a strange object on the ground, and a "figure" next to it. The object was, he said, "shaped like a tent." 42.

  • 42. Rogerson, Peter. "The Catalogue." MUFOB New Series 2. March 1976. #36. p.8.

[Ref. js1:] JEAN SIDER:

This ufologist documents the case as follows:

On October 4, 1954, at approximately 06:00 p.m., Eliane Berthieux, 8 years old, returned home by bicycle when she suddenly noticed a mass she initially took for a camp-site tent, the scene occurring in the very center of pastures crossed by a path.

She approached and noticed that it was actually an egg-shaped craft shape resting on a triangular support.

A trap door of approximately 1 meter in height and 60 cm broad opened at the top of the apparatus, then a small being came out and jumped to the ground.

Its head was surrounded by a square form and its eyes were piercing. Its arms seemed of only one part, the fingers appeared welded. It wore a clothing of long hairs, russet-red brown.

It moved towards the young girl who was seized by fright and fled at full speed without looking back.

A Mr. Barrois had seen a sharp luminous craft, and a third person, not named, had heard a buzzing sound.

Jean Sider indicates that the source is Michel Figuet, p. 117.

[Ref. go1:] GODELIEVE VAN OVERMEIRE:

The Belgian ufologist indicates in her catalogue that in 1954, on October 4, in France in "Villers le Thilleul (Flize)", around 18 hours, "Eliane Berteaux, ten-year-old young girl, comes to lead the cows in the meadow. She goes back by bicycle: 'A little in front of me, at some twenty meters on my left, I saw something like a camp-site tent. While I approached I saw a trap door being raised on the top of this thing which was not a tent, but a craft, 3m high, and resembling a large egg. It rested on the ground by a foot of rectangular shape. The trap door measured about 1 m in height and as 60 cm broad. A small being appeared. It jumped to the ground. Its head was surrounded by a square shape. Its eyes were very piercing. It had hanging arms but which seemed made of only one part, with welded fingers. It wore clothing of long hairs of russet-red brown color. It advanced in my direction. I became frightened. I fled at full speed without looking back.'"

"Mr. Antoine Barrois, 70-year-old, saw rising a luminous machine, red very sharp, but he did not worry about it. Another witness heard a sound, a kind of humming noise."

She indicates that the source is "GARREAU and LAVIER: 'Face aux extra-terrestres' - DELARGE 1975, J'ai Lu, p. 26, 27".

[Ref. em1:] ERIC MAILLOT:

Eric Maillot mentions the case for October 4, 1954 in Villers le Tilleul at "more than 6 p.m. (twilight?)" as a close encounter of the third kind described by Jean-Michel Ligeron as an object in the shape of a tent, of red orange color, fixed on the ground, seen furtively, with a sliding door and a small hairy entity with red luminous eyes.

Eric Maillot notes that the case results from a media influence on a child who wears glasses, that the description is brief and that it could have been a goat or any other such thing, and that there was no flying object.

[Ref. fb2:] FABRICE BONVIN:

In a table, Fabrice Bonvin notes selected cases of the 1954 Frnech flap, including this one:

Case Nmbr witnesses Hours Type objects
Villers-le-Tilleul 3 3 1

[Ref. dj1:] DONALD JOHNSON:

On this Day

October 4

[...]

1954 - Villers-le-Tilleul, France. Ten year old Bertiaux saw an object at 6:40 p.m. "like a tent" with an unknown man nearby. (Source: Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia: A Century of Landings, p. 217).

[...]

[Ref. ar1:] ALBERT ROSALES:

122.

Location. Villers-le-Tilleul France

Date: October 4 1954

Time: 1840

10-year old Eliane Berteaux had just led the cows to pasture and was returning in her moped when she saw some meters to her left what appeared to be a metallic tent. While she approached she saw a trap door being raised to the top of the object, which was really an object resembling a large egg. It rested on the ground on a rectangular base. The trap door measured about 1 m in height and 60 cm in width. A small humanoid then appeared. It jumped to the ground. On his head he wore a large square helmet. It had very piercing eyes and arms that hung on its sides. It wore a russet red color outfit. The humanoid moved towards the witness and this one ran away in fear. In the same area, Antoine Barrois, 70 years of age saw a red luminous object rise from the ground.

Humcat 1954-73

Source: Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia

Type: C

[Ref. fb1:] FABRICE BONVIN:

Fabrice Bonvin notes:

Case #012: 04/10/1954, p. 117 (Villers-le-Tilleul)

[Ref. jb1:] JEROME BEAU:

Monday, 4 October 1954

[...]

In Villers-le-Tilleul (France), the young male witness Bertiaux (aged 10) sees 1 object large as a tent and 1 unknown man nearby.

[...]

[Ref. lc1:] LUC CHASTAN:

Luc Chastan notes in his database that in the Ardennes in Villers le Tilleul on October 4, 1954 at 18:00 hours, "a girl comes to lead the cows of the farm of her parents into a park, at the south-eastern exit of the locality. To go back home, she goes up on her bicycle, she sees, after having crossed severel tens of meters, a thing which she initially takes for a camp-site tent. While approaching, she observes the craft on the ground, it has the shape of a large egg which rests on a rectangular foot. A trapdoor, one meter in height and 60 cm broad opens at the top of the object. A small being appears and jumps to the ground. Its head is surrounded by a square shape, its eyes are piercing. It has hanging arms, but which seem made of only one part, with welded fingers. It wears clothing of long hairs, of brown-russet-red color. The entity then advances towards her. 'I was seized by fear, I fled at full speed without looking back', the witness would say."

"A second witness as for him observed a luminous craft, of a very sharp red, which was rising. Finally a third person heard an unusual buzzing sound at the time of the facts."

Luc Chastan indicates as source: "Ovni, Premier dossier complet... by Figuet M./ Ruchon J.L. ** Alain Lefeuvre pub. 1979".

[Ref. ud1:] "UFODNA" WEBSITE:

The website indicates that on 4 October 1954 at 18:40 in Villers-le-Tilleul, France, "Ten-year-old Bertiaux saw an object 'like a tent' and an unknown man near it."

The website adds: "Villers-le-Tilleul, France . Ten year old Bertiaux saw an object at 6:40 p.m. "like a tent" with an unknown man nearby."

And: "Close encounter with a an unidentified craft and its occupants. One tent-shaped object, about 10 feet across, was observed by one male 10-year-old witness in a forest. One humanoid was seen. 10-year old Eliane Berteaux had just led the cows to pasture and was returning in her moped when she saw some meters to her left what appeared to be a metallic tent. While she approached she saw a trap door being raised to the top of the object, which was really an object resembling a large egg. It rested on the ground on a rectangular base. The trap door measured about 1 m in height and 60 cm in width. A small humanoid then appeared. It jumped to the ground. On his head he wore a large square helmet. It had very piercing eyes and arms that hung on its sides. It wore a russet red color outfit. The humanoid moved towards the witness and this one ran away in fear. In the same area, Antoine Barrois, 70 years of age saw a red luminous object rise from the ground."

The sources are indicated as: Webb, David, HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports; Poher, Claude, Etudes Statistiques Portant sur 1000 Temoignag, Author, undated; Bowen, Charles, The Humanoids: FSR Special Edition No. 1, FSR, London, 1966; Vallee, Jacques, Computerized Catalog (N = 3073); Vallee, Jacques, Challenge to Science: The UFO Enigma, Henry Regnery, Chicago, 1966; Vallee, Jacques, Preliminary Catalog (N = 500), (in JVallee01); Vallee, Jacques, A Century of Landings (N = 923), (in JVallee04), Chicago, 1969; Schoenherr, Luis, Computerized Catalog (N = 3173); Delaire, J. Bernard, UFO Register Volume 7 (1976), Data Research, Oxford, 1976; Hatch, Larry, *U* computer database, Author, Redwood City, 2002; Rosales, Albert, Humanoid Sighting Reports Database

[Ref. rt1:] RAYMOND TERRASSE:

The author declares that he creates a "new branch of ufology", "marifology, on mathematical bases: 9, 13, 46, the figure of head was the number of letters of the term our lady, allotted to the Blessed Virgin by Bernard de Clairvaux; 13 is the symbol of the letter M according to its place in the alphabet [!]; and 46, the numerical total of MARIE" [!]. He thus lists UFO cases whose witness name is 13 letters long and quotes among these: "Villers le Lac and Mrs. Eliane Bertaux" [sic].

[Ref. pr1:] PETER ROGERSON:

October 4 1954, 1840hrs.

VILLERS-LES-TILLEUL (ARDENNES : FRANCE)

10 year old Bertieuz [sic] saw an object like a tent and an unknown man near it. (Vallee Case 193, citing “Personal” information:: Vallee in FSR 10, 1, p.8)

[Ref. ta1:] "THINK ABOUT IT" WEBSITE:

Location: Villers-le-Tilleul France

Date: October 4 1954

Time: 1840

10-year old Eliane Berteaux had just led the cows to pasture and was returning in her moped when she saw some meters to her left what appeared to be a metallic tent. While she approached she saw a trap door being raised to the top of the object, which was really an object resembling a large egg. It rested on the ground on a rectangular base. The trap door measured about 1 m in height and 60 cm in width. A small humanoid then appeared. It jumped to the ground. On his head he wore a large square helmet. It had very piercing eyes and arms that hung on its sides. It wore a russet red color outfit. The humanoid moved towards the witness and this one ran away in fear. In the same area, Antoine Barrois, 70 years of age saw a red luminous object rise from the ground. .

Source: Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia 193

[Ref. ni1:] "THE NICAP WEBSITE":

*Oct. 4, 1954 - Villers-le-Tilleul, France. Ten year old Bertiaux saw an object at 6:40 p.m. "like a tent" with an unknown man nearby. (Source: Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia: A Century of Landings, p. 217, case # 193).

[Ref. gz1:] JULIEN GONZALEZ:

The author indicates that there was a close encounter of the third type at Villers-le-Tilleul, in the Ardennes, on October 4, 1954, at 6:00 p.m..

It was not very cold, and the weather was clear and cloudless, with good visibility, but night fell. Eliane Berteaux, 10-year-old, led a herd of cows in the pasture which was about 400 to 500 meters from her parents house. At the place known as "Le Moulin", she borrowed a small stone path with her flock, parked the animals, then returned to work by the same route.

At that moment, returning to her home by bicycle, she suddenly saw on her left a strange object in the form of a "tent" of red-orange color appearing on the ground. A few split seconds later, she was surprised to see, standing nearby, a little being who seemed to wear a kind of combination covered with long hair and with bright red eyes.

She just had time to discern a kind of up-sliding door on the object posed on the ground, but with great fright, she ran away without looking back to her parents' house, and reported to them what she had seen.

His father accompanied by a friend who was there decided to go immediately to the scene. They inspected the site where the object had allegedly been but did not find any trace on the ground, the grass was not even trampled.

In order to better understand, Mr. Berteaux returned to the scene the next morning, but found nothing.

Another inhabitant of Villers-le-Tilleul, Antoine Barrois, had time to observe a bright red-orange object, just in the direction in which Eliane Bertiaux was at the moment when she had fled.

A third person who remained anonymous is said to have heard a buzzing sound.

According to Eliane the object measured 4 to 4.5 meters high on 1 to 1.50 meters wide. She never heard any noise.

At the time, there had been an investigation by the Gendarmerie Nationale of the Brigade of Flize, and there was a counter-investigation almost 25 years later by Jean-Michel Ligeron during which Mrs. C..., formerly Miss Eliane Berteaux, had confirmed her statements of the time. She added that she refuses any literature relating to UFOs for fear of being frightened.

Sources are indicated as C. Garreau et R. Lavier, "Face aux Extra-Terrestres", pages 24-25; Michel Figuet and Jean-Louis Ruchon, "OVNI, le premier dossier complet des rencontres rapprochées en France", page 117; Jean-Michel Ligeron, "OVNI en Ardennes", pages 27-29; Jean Sider, "Le dossier ]954 et l'imposture rationaliste", pages 185.

[Ref. ge1:] "GROUPE D'ETUDES ET D'INFORMATIONS SUR LES PHENOMENES AEROSPATIAUX NON IDENTIFIES":

VILLERS-LE-TILLEUL (08) 04.10.1954
Observed on: 10/04/1954
Region: Champagne-Ardenne
Department: Ardennes
Class: C
Summary: Observation by a child of a craft on the ground and a being: lack of information.
Description:

On October 4, 1954 between 6:40 and 7 p.m., a 10-year-old girl (T1) traveling by bicycle sees 20 m from her a "craft" that she first thinks to be a camping tent. According to the child, the oval-shaped craft might measure 2 m wide and 2.5-3 m high, with a conical shape above it, and rests on the ground on a rectangular basis. When she approaches the craft, a hatch (1 x 0.6 m) rises. A man jumps to the ground and closes the trap behind him and then stays motionless. Of normal size he has a "square shape" on the head, sharp eyes, a long garment with long brown-red hairs. When the man comes forward, the frightened child runs away without looking back.

Two other people repotred at the same time and in the direction where the girl was standing, one "a luminous machine of a very bright red" about which he did not care, the other a sound of skimming that made her come out of her house. The father of the child and a neighbor go to the observation place the same day at 9 p.m. and note that the grass is "somewhat crumpled in a roundabout".

The gendarmerie will visit the scene on October 6 but will not be able to make any findings. No further details will be collected during the investigation.

In summary for this case there are four distinct facts:

- a unique witness who sees a craft and "a human being" near her path. She does not see the machine take off.

- simultaneously a farmer sees in the sky a luminous machine of a very bright red.

- a third person hears at length a sound resembling that made by a creamer.

-the father of the child and a farmer will find at 9 p.m. the same evening on the observation site of T1, grass crumpled in a roundabout.

There is no evidence that these four facts are related. If one considers that they are linked one can find a hypothesis to consider:

- several elements seem compatible with a helicopter, perhaps a Bell 47, seen from the front (oval shape): the support of the rotor, the hatch, the noise, the crumpling of the grass, the pilot. The place ("on a grassy path leading into a small clearing") could lend itself to a landing. On the other hand, the rectangular base, the position of the hatch (if it had been on the side, could the witness have noted its width?) And the red-hot light of the object are less easy to interpret.

This case turns out to be of average strangeness, since a simple hypothesis may be more or less appropriate. Its consistency is low relying essentially on a single witness (child) and with a short observation.

GEIPAN classifies this case in C for lack of information and corroboration.

Report: None.


Details of the testimony
witness
Date of the observation 04-10-1954
Document number
Age Child (under 13)
Profession Students
Sex Female
Reaction Active Curiosity;Flight;Feeling, Protection
Credibility Normal Credibility
Conditions
Environment Departemental paths,Roads
Weather conditions Not-speficied
Hour of the observation Numbered: 6 p.m. 8 p.m.
Reference frame Landscape (trees, mountain, hill, sea,
Distance between phenomenon and witness Very close (- than 40 m)
Start of the observation Start of observation by witness
End of the observation End of observation by witness
Localization
Angle of the site Others;Others
Direction of observation Not-speficied
Heading Not-speficied
Trajectory Motionless;Motionless
Nature of the observation Craft;Others
Characteristic of the observation Unique
Global shape Oval, rugby balloon;Conical, triangle
Color Not-speficied
Apparent size Numbered
Apparent speed Nul
Noise Not-speficied
Effect on the environment Not-speficied/td>
Number: 1


Details of the testimony
witness
Date of the observation 10/04/1954
Document number
Age Adult (more than 60)
Profession Farmer (vinemakers, etc)
Sex Male
Reaction Passive Curiosity
Credibility Normal Credibility
Conditions
Environment Country
Weather conditions Not-speficied
Hour of the observation Numbered: 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Reference frame Sky or clouds
Distance between phenomenon and witness Not-speficied
Start of the observation Start of observation by witness
End of the observation End of observation by witness
Localization
Angle of the site Not-speficied;Not-speficied
Direction of observation Geographical landmarks (Name of city, village, numbered, etc.)
Heading Not-speficied
Trajectory Not-speficied;Not-speficied
Nature of the observation Craft
Characteristic of the observation Unique
Global shape Not-speficied
Colors Red
Apparente size Not-speficied
Apparent speed Not-speficied
Noise Not-speficied
Effect on the environnement Not-speficied
Number: 1

[Ref. ub1:] "UFO-DATENBANK":

This database recorded this case 10 times:

Case Nr. New case Nr. Investigator Date of observation Zip Place of observation Country of observation Hour of observation Classification Comments Identification
19541004 04.10.1954 Villers France 18.40 CE III
19541004 04.10.1954 Villers Tilleul France 18.40 CE III
19541004 04.10.1954 Villers Tilleul France 18.40 CE III
19541004 04.10.1954 Villers Tilleul France 18.40 CE III
19541004 04.10.1954 Villers Tilleul France 18.40 CE III
19541004 04.10.1954 Villers Tilleul France 18.40 CE III
19541004 04.10.1954 Villers Tilleul France 18.40
19541004 04.10.1954 Villers Tilleul France 18.40 CE III
19541004 04.10.1954 Mezieres France 18.40
19541004 04.10.1954 Mezieres France 18.40 CE III

Explanations:

Not looked for yet.

Keywords:

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

Villers-le-Tilleul, Ardennes, Eliane Bertiaux, Antoine Barrois, tent, trap, door, hatch, foot, egg-shaped, square, occupant, arms, eyes, fingers, red, brown, object, camper, luminous, buzz

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