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UFOs in the daily Press:

The UFO phenomenon in the newspapers, a collection of newspaper articles reporting UFO observations or UFO related information, by local and national newspapers from all countries. These articles are linked from their respective dossier on this site. This page is to answer the claim "if UFOs existed, they would be in the newspaper." (Other sections of this site answer the claim "people believe in UFOs because of the newspapers.")

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Years 1950 to 1959:

Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, August 28, 1959 "Mysterious machine seen in the sky".
Green Bay Press-Gazette USA, June 26, 1959 "Family sees flying saucer: father talks with passengers".
New York Times USA, March 12, 1959 "Saucers possible, Admiral declares".
New York Times USA, February 26, 1959 "Pilot reports saucers", the famous Killian-Dee sighting.
New York Times USA, January 25, 1959 "Flying object puzzles Panama".
L'Alsace France, August 26, 1958 "In the sky of Mulhouse: an unidentified object..."
New York Herald Tribune USA, July 30, 1958 "Dr. Jung Says 'Flying Disks' Suggest Quasi-Human Pilots:" World famous Swiss psychologist is convinced that UFOs are real and extraterrestrial.
Los Angeles Times USA, February 26, 1958 "Brazil has a secret; can't explain it".
Diario de Sao Paulo Brazil, February 22, 1958 "Statement by Commandant Paulo Moreira da Silva: "it was not a balloon, and not a teleguided thing, the object that appeared on Trindade island"".
Correio da Manha Brazil, February 21, 1958 "The Military Navy photographed a flying disc over Trindade".
Le Provençal France, November 26, 1957 "A mysterious apparatus traveling towards the moon observed in Sweden".
The Washington Post USA, November 7, 1957 "Air Force set to study 3 of 46 'objects'".
Evening Bulletin USA, November 6, 1957 "Thousands in S. Africa see mystery object".
Colorado Springs Free Press USA, November 5, 1957 "Dazzling Flying Object Sighted in Fiji Islands".
The Washington Post USA, November 5, 1957 "Patrols report sighting 'object' at White Sands".
O Globo Brazil, November 5, 1957 "Spaceships are said to have visited the sourh-west of the United States".
The New York Times USA, July 12, 1957 "4 objects reported flying 3.600 miles per hour".
France-Soir France, May 14, 1957 "The "Flying Saucer" of Beaucourt-sur-l'Ancre divides the village into two factions".
Sunday News USA, May 12, 1957 "Flying saucer just a lady with a lamp".
New York Journal-American USA, May 11, 1957 "And now it's Men in Grey".
The Mirror USA, May 11, 1957 "The French touch-on saucers".
The Newark Sunday News USA, April 7, 1957 "British Hunt Flying Object".
Sunday News U-K, April 7, 1957 "Hint Plane Over Scots was Red".
Le Provençal France, April 7, 1957 "A mysterious flying craft is searched since two days by RAF radar stations".
The Sunday Dispatch U-K., April 7, 1957 "Clues to radar sky riddle".
New York Journal USA, April 6, 1957 "RAF radar sees 'object'".
New York Times USA, January 17, 1957 Fahrney, USAF, NICAP and UFOs.
Empire News U-K., September 26, 1956 "What's up there?"
New York Times USA, September 16, 1956 "To the Editors".
The Advocate USA, September 11, 1956 "That Flying Saucer".
Le Méridional France, April 25, 1956 "A movie about the 'flying saucers'".
Le Provençal France, April 22, 1956 "Mysterious gleam in the sky of Brest".
Le Méridional France, April 17, 1956 "Three young people say they saw a flying saucer near Elbeuf".
The Sunday Mirror England, March 11, 1956 "Paris radar tracks flying 'object'".
New York Weekly Telegram USA, February 22, 1956 "Phantom saucer mystifies Paris".
Le Méridional France, February 21, 1956 "The apparatus at Orly: total mystery".
Le Figaro France, February 21, 1956 ""Radar functioned normally" claims Orly".
New York Herald Tribune France, February 21, 1956 "Mystery of Paris Sky: Flying Cognac Bottle? Or a Flying Saucer?"
New York Daily Telegraph USA, February 20, 1956 "Saucer tracked".
New York Times USA, February 20, 1956 "Air mystery in Paris - Unidentified object, on radar, flew at 1,500 mph"
L'Express France, February 20, 1956 " mysterious apparatus in the sky of Paris detected by the Orly radar".
New York Daily News USA, February 19, 1956 "Paris is up in the air over flying thing".
Le Méridional France, February 19, 1956 "A mysterious craft of big size flies over Paris at a speed of 2.400 km/h."
Le Méridional France, November 25, 1955 "Flying saucers in the London sky".
La Nazione Italy, October 26, 1955 "Flying discs in the Florence sky - This time they're colored".
New York Post USA, October 5, 1955 "Flying disks real thing to RAF chief".
Reno Gazette USA, September 13, 1955 "Use of ice missiles in test war hinted".
La Dépêche de Constantine Morocco, August 12, 1955 Flying disk seen in Italy.
Cincinnati Enquirer USA, May 23, 1955 "Those "Little Men" on Flying Saucers? Real, says Kilgallen".
Bournemouth Daily Echo U-K., April 6, 1955 "That thing in the sky: 2 more see it".
New York Post USA, April 4, 1955 "Martian Mayhem?"
La Dépêche de Constantine Morocco, March 25, 1955 "Flying disks above Batna".
New York Post USA, March 25, 1955 "Green-Tailed Thing Scares The British".
L'Alsace France, March 2, 1955 "A flying ball traveled with three Colmar residents..."
Waco Herald-Tribune USA, February 13, 1955 "Ex-Wacoan in Venezuela relates saucer saga there."
Le Provençal France, February 10, 1955 "Flying poached egg... in Australia"
La Prensa Mexico, February 5, 1955 "Flying saucer seen in Pachuca"
Fandrosoam Baovao Madagascar, January 21, 1955 "Is that flying saucer visiting Madagascar?"
Le Provençal France, January 19, 1955 "Pursuit of the 'flying saucers' is authorized".
Le Méridional France, January 15, 1955 "Flying saucer in the province of Tarragone".
La Tribune de Sherbrooke Canada, January 14, 1955 "Fake Marsian unmasked".
Le Méridional France, January 9, 1955 "After the saucers, flying umbrellas".
Bridgeport Telegram USA, December 31, 1954 "Flying objects" spotted above Vienna.
Le Pays d'Auge Tribune France, December 31, 1954 "A 'flying saucer' in the sky of Surville", etc.
Le Provençal France, December 31, 1954 "A flying spindle at a height of 25 meters crosses the sky of Bergame".
Le Provençal France, December 27, 1954 "Did 'Martians' land for Christmas in the Sybilline mounts?".
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, December 23, 1954 "Flying saucers and cigars also appear in winter"
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, December 17, 1954 Eisenhover says saucers are not from another planet.
La Provence France, December 15, 1954 "Fireball... or saucer above the area of Marseilles?"
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, December 9, 1954 "A luminous phenomenon in the sky of Beauzac".
Le Provençal France, December 6, 1954 "A square flying saucer lands in Spain".
Les Nouvelles de Bretagne et du Maine France, November 26, 1954 "'Martians' in Anjou!"
Le Républicain France, November 24, 1954 "A blacksmith of Tessoualle going back to Loublande by moped is a victim of a mysterious 'Blue ray'".
Le Courrier Cauchois France, November 23, 1954 "Another testimony for the 'unidentified craft' file".
Sherbrooke Tribune France, November 18, 1954 Flying saucers in France.
Le Provençal France, November 18, 1954 "A mysterious object in the sky of Apt".
L'Alsace France, November 14, 1954 "A mysterious red ray swept the sky of Forli".
Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, November 18, 1954 Flying saucers is psychosis of weak brains.
Le Provençal France, November 13, 1954 "Flying saucer in the sky of the Nord".
Le Courrier Cauchois France, November 13, 1954 "Is it a saucer or a cigar?"
Le Provençal France, November 12, 1954 "Cigar and flying phantom in Finland".
L'Alsace France, November 10, 1954 Perrier ad in Martian.
Le Rouergue Républicain France, November 7, 1954 "Do the United States keep a "Saucer" in custody whose pilot fled in an emergency "cigar"?".
Le Courrier Cauchois France, November 7, 1954 Flying saucer.
Le Rouergue Républicain France, November 7, 1954 Do the United States keep in custody a 'saucer' whose pilot fled in a safety 'cigar'?
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, November 5, 1954 "The flying cigar of the day."
Le Provençal France, November 5, 1954 "I saw a disk fly at more than 3.000 kilometers per hour".
La Bourgogne Républicaine France, November 4, 1954 "About a strange phenomenon in the sky of Dijon".
Le Nouveau Rhin Français France, November 4, 1954 "Near Orbey, a flying saucer was seen yesterday".
Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, November 4, 1954 "Martians like flowers".
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, November 3, 1954 Observation of a probable meteor.
Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, November 3, 1954 Hoax in the Netherlands.
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, November 3, 1954 Probable meteor.
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, November 3, 1954 "A flying cigar above Colmar".
Var-Matin République France, November 3, 1954 "Martians love flowers".
L'Est Républicain France, November 2, 1954 "For the first time a photographer says he operated close to a 'saucer'".
L'Est Républicain France, November 2, 1954 "You'll blow up the earth".
L'Est Républicain France, November 2, 1954 "A saucer in the Romarimontan sky?"
L'Est Républicain France, November 2, 1954 "Another saucer on Sarreguemines?"
Le Provençal France, November 2, 1954 "Flying balls and crescent".
Var-Matin République France, November 2, 1954 "At last a saucer was captured...".
La Croix France, November 2, 1954 "An American technician reveals: 'I took part in the capture of a saucer. But the pilot escaped on board a rescue 'cigar'!"
L'Est Républicain France, November 1, 1954 "A 'flying saucer bureau' created in Italy".
Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, November 1, 1954 "The obsession with the Martians".
L'Est Républicain France, November 1, 1954 "Georges Adamski's Venusian".
Le Provençal France, November 1, 1954 "Flying saucers".
Le Provençal France, October 31, 1954 "Come quickly, I'm a afraid, a saucer is chasing me".
Le Méridional France, October 31, 1954 "A kid "chased" by a saucer!".
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 30, 1954 Observation from Colmar.
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, October 30, 1954 The "Martian radish" of Wittenheim.
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 30, 1954 "A 'Martian' causes a panic at the Creil Hangars".
Le Provençal France, October 30, 1954 "Luminous fireballs in the sky of Bagnols and Connaux", etc.
La Montagne France, October 30, 1954 "I have been followed by a flying saucer - The story of a voung schoolboy terrified by a mysterious machine"
Courrier de Saône-et-Loire France, October 30, 1954 "A scooter stopped by the passage of a luminous craft".
France-Soir France, October 30, 1954 "In Moussey (the Vosges) the saucer soiled grass and left prints".
Courier-Post USA, October 30, 1954 "More 'Flying saucers' reported in France".
Daily Reporter USA, October 30, 1954 "France reports two more flying saucers".
Indianapolis Star USA, October 30, 1954 "France reports more 'saucers'".
News-Journal USA, October 30, 1954 "French saucer tales on rise; ray added".
Times-Record USA, October 30, 1954 "Flying saucers back in France".
Star-Tribune USA, October 29, 1954 "Martian".
L'Est Républicain France, October 29, 1954 "In Moussey (the Vosges) the 'saucer' soiled grass and left prints".
Le Nouvel Alsacien France, October 29, 1954 A "saucer" in Wattwiller.
La Tribune de Sherbrooke Canada, October 29, 1954 "A celestial phenomenon is seen in Rome: a flying saucer?".
Le Petit Maconnais France, October 29, 1954 "A strange craft has been observed by a scooterist of Vichy".
Le Journal du Centre France, October 29, 1954 "A "craft" in the sky of Vichy".
Est Républicain France, October 29, 1954 "Prohibition for the flying saucers to fly over Châteauneuf-du-Pape".
Le Monde France, October 29, 1954 "Flying discs interrupt a soccer game".
Le Haut-Marnais France, October 29, 1954 "... the 'saucers or cigars' landing in Chateauneuf-du-Pape will be held in custody ..."
Var-Matin - République France, October 29, 1954 "Saucer here, Saucer there, a farmer blown away!"
Le Méridional France, October 29, 1954 "Flying saucers in custory and their occupants invited... to a reception".
Lebanon Daily News USA, October 28, 1954 "".
Marion Star USA, October 28, 1954 "Flying saucer reports sweep france".
Paris-Normandie France, October 28, 1954 "A flying cigar lands in a meadow of the Pays d'Ouche and two Martians wander there".
The Times U-K., October 28, 1954 "Mayoral ban on 'flying saucers'".
La Montagne France, October 28, 1954 "At the saucer's shop - From where does this being of exceptional capacity come from?"
Centre-Matin France, October 28, 1954 "The flying saucers come from a planet which its inhabitants call 'the light in the middle of the sky', declares a famous Greek clairvoyant".
L'Est Républicain France, October 28, 1954 "And here is the secret weapon of the 'Martians': the light blue beam...".
Var-Matin - République France, October 28, 1954 "A ball of fire is photographed in the Hungarian sky" Etc.
L'Est Républicain France, October 27, 1954 "The 'saucer' emptied the tractor's battery"
L'Est Républicain France, October 27, 1954 "Saucers and cigars in the Italian sky"
L'Est Républicain France, October 27, 1954 "The strange encounter of Lieutenant Gordman".
La Résistance de l'Ouest France, October 27, 1954 "Paimboeuf - Visions in the night?"
Le Libre Poitou France, October 27, 1954 The abbot and the frying pans.
La Republique Varoise France, October 27, 1954 "Saucer or flying 4CV car?"
L'Alsace France, October 27, 1954 "A flying saucers with wheels!"
Muncie Evening Press USA, October 26, 1954 "France, too, 'invaded' By Martians".
L'Est Républicain France, October 26, 1954 "A mysterious craft, in the shape of a chick brooder, landed in la Seille-Arraye-et-Han"
L'Est Républicain France, October 26, 1954 "The 'flying cigar'? An old story..."
L'Est Républicain France, October 26, 1954 "The race to the death of Captain Mantell".
Le Nouveau Rhin Français France, October 26, 1954 "An 'unknown flying object' also above Battenheim".
Ouest-France France, October 26, 1954 "In Brest a high ranking officer engineer in the navy has seen a "very luminous disc" in the sky".
Le Midi Libre France, October 26, 1954 "The whole family barricades and gets no sleep because "a flying saucer was watching them"".
Le Républicain Lorrain France, October 26, 1954 "A "boiler's lid" chooses a carrot field to land".
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 26, 1954 "The Martian of the baker boy was a goat!"
Le Provençal France, October 26, 1954 "North in the South, the Italian sky is furrowed by saucers"
Var-Matin - République France, October 26, 1954 "Saucers letters"
L'Alsace France, October 26, 1954 "Many saucers observed in Italy".
Var-Matin - République France, October 26, 1954 "Is it another cigar?"
L'Est Républicain France, October 25, 1954 "At the heart of the mystery of flying saucers - The strange case of the silent fireball".
L'Est Républicain France, October 25, 1954 "After the saucers, cigars etc... The flying '5 CV Citroën'..."
Daily Gleaner Kenya, October 25, 1954 "Visitors from outer space may be mapping earth".
France-Soir France, October 24-25, 1954 "A 'Martian' comes out of a plate, talks Russian to a worker and threatens him with a revolver..."
France-Soir France, October 24-25, 1954 "Invasion of ...imaginary Martians in Anzin"
L'Alsace France, October 24, 1954 "The Martian spoke... Russian",
L'Alsace France, October 24, 1954 "A flying saucer made an extraordinary demonstration in the sky of Wittenheim",
L'Alsace France, October 24, 1954 "A red ball between Fortschwihr and Bischwihr",
L'Alsace France, October 24, 1954 "Luminous apparatuses in the sky of Guebwiller",
La Croix du Nord France, October 24, 1954 "Four Martians came to shake hands with a somainois and spoke to him ... in Chinese!"
Le Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 24, 1954 Several sightings.
Bresle et Vimeu Libres France, October 24, 1954 "Londinières' Saucer".
Sydney Morning Herald Australia, October 23, 1954 "Joe Slugg, from Mars".
L'Est Républicain France, October 23, 1954 "A worker of Saint-Remy (the Vosges) is said to have talked - in Russian - to the pilot of a 'flying saucer'".
L'Est Républicain France, October 23, 1954 "'Stacks' of saucers in the sky of Ile-de-France".
L'Alsace France, October 23, 1954 Sightings in Wittenheim.
Les Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 23, 1954 "Flying disc above Bollwiller".
L'Ardennais France, October 23, 1954 Disc was a meteor.
La Nouvelle Republique France, October 23, 1954 "A strange craft crosses the sky of Ile de France".
Le Méridional France, October 23, 1954 "In the sky of Ile-de-France - A luminous craft said to have evolved at 10.000 km. hour".
Paris-Match France, October 23, 1954 "I travelled in a saucer".
Le Provençal France, October 23, 1954 "I have witnessed a chase between a cigar and jet airplanes".
Var-Matin République France, October 23, 1954 "Saucer in repair".
L'Est Républicain France, October 23, 1954 "A motorist paralysed by a 'flying cone'".
L'Est Républicain France, 22 octobre 1954 "Confronted to a flying saucer or the courage of a motorcyclist".
Caller-Times USA, October 22, 1954 "'Saucer' loses wings".
L'Est Républicain France, October 22, 1954 "Strange findings make wonder whether the mysterious celestial visitors are interested in the Lunéville country".
L'Est Républicain France, October 22, 1954 "The latest flying saucer model is car-shaped".
Centre-Matin France, October 22, 1954 "A flying saucer of car size land in Oran".
Le Méridional France, October 22, 1954 "A flying disc seen by three people in Ollioules (Var)".
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 22, 1954 "Flying saucers and natural phenomena".
La Liberté France, October 22, 1954 "Two residents of Clermont saw a fire ball..."
L'Alsace France, October 22, 1954 "Strange luminous phenomenon above Feldbach".
L'Alsace France, October 22, 1954 "A truck driver "paralysed" by a "flying cone" in the Moselle".
L'Est Républicain France, October 22, 1954 "The residents of the valley of the Rhone do not believe in flying saucers anymore since the passage of a 'Stratojet' plane".
Var-Matin - République France, October 21, 1954 "n Hyères, the Navy has a nose in the air"
L'Est Républicain France, October 21, 1954 "Flying saucers give skin diseases!"
La Montagne France, October 21, 1954 "A luminous disc in the clouds...".
Centre-Matin France, October 21, 1954 "After the saucers, the flying plates".
Le Provençal France, October 21, 1954 "A strange phenomenon observed after the passing of a jet airplane".
Le Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 21, 1954 "The psychosis of the saucers: the Martians were only chrysanthemums wrapped against the cold".
La Liberté de l'Est France, October 21, 1954 "The baker saw an apparatus but it is not known whether it was a donut".
La Liberté de l'Est France, October 21, 1954 "In Bouxurulles (Vosges) a flying saucer was seen".
L'Alsace France, October 21, 1954 "A saucer, a cigarr [sic] and a flying sphere above Guebwiller".
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 21, 1954 "The flying saucer was a jet fighter".
The Linton Daily Citizen USA, October 20, 1954 "'Flying saucers' again reported in France".
The Delphos Courant USA, October 20, 1954 "Saucers sighted in France and Italy".
The Bee USA, October 20, 1954 "Wow! Flying saucers are everywhere".
Le Provençal France, October 20, 1954 "Well-diggers claim to have seen the virgin appear to them".
L'Est Républicain France, October 20, 1954 "Pursued by the Martians an Italian found refuge in the lunatics asylum.".
Le Méridional France, October 20, 1954 "A craft in a field".
Le Méridional France, October 20, 1954 "Two luminous balls".
Le Haut-Marnais Républicain France, October 20, 1954 "A flying saucer lands on the villa of the writer Vurzio Malaparte".
Le Nouveau Rhin Français France, October 20, 1954 In Heidolsheim.
La Liberté de l'Est France, October 20, 1954 Probable meteor.
Le Provencal France, October 20, 1954 "Immobilized by a gleam... a flying neon tube... ".
L'Oise-Matin France, October 20, 1954 "The fly-by of a flying cigar seen at St-Samson-la-Poterie".
L'Est Républicain France, October 20, 1954 "A flying saucer said to have landed near Toul".
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 20, 1954 "Landing of a flying saucer in Issenheim?"
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, October 20, 1954 "From Mars to Issenheim and back."
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, October 20, 1954 "Landing of a flying saucer in Issenheim?"
L'Alsace France, October 20, 1954 "In Capri, a flying saucer lands on Curzio Malaparte's villa", etc.
Bridgeton Evening News USA, October 20, 1954 "French Saucers", etc.
Var-Matin - République France, October 19, 1954 "New saucers seen in the sky of the Var".
Shreveport Times USA, October 19, 1954 "'Flying saucer' reports revived"
Albuquerque Journal USA, October 19, 1954 "Flying saucers seen in France and Italy"
Le Petit Varois France, October 19, 1954 "German enineer Von Zborowski makes new revelations"
L'Est Républicain France, October 19, 1954 "The 'Martians' are becoming more and more reckless... When they do not prove to the "Earthmen" that they have the imagination too beautiful!"
L'Est Républicain France, October 19, 1954 "Saucers and cigars in the sky - A veterinarian, three firefighters and two Orly employees add their names to the list of 'those who have seen'."
La Montagne France, October 19, 1954 "The luminous ball observed Saturday in Montlucon, Nevers and Clermont was also seen in Moulins".
Feuille d'Avis Switzerland, October 19, 1954 The Sinceny mistake in the Swiss Press.
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 19, 1954 "In the Flying Saucers chapter".
Le Petit Varois France, October 19, 1954 "'Stealing' saucers".
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 19, 1954 "Was it a flying saucer?"
Nouvel Alsacien France, October 19, 1954 "Flying saucer above Ohlungen".
Le Courrier de l'Ouest France, October 19, 1954 "It keeps up".
L'Ardennais France, October 19, 1954 "The "saucer" which hovered above Sedan on Saturday evening has been photographed".
Ouest-France France, October 19, 1954 In Langres.
Evening Star USA, October 19, 1954 "In France, rumors are flying... Or maybe they are saucers".
Le Méridional France, October 19, 1954 "A flying melon in the sky of Alsace" etc.
Le Provencal France, October 19, 1954 "The flying saucers courrier" (sightings).
La Quatrième République des Pyrénées France, October 19, 1954 "An ultimatum of the "Martians" to the Earth!".
Akron Beacon Journal USA, October 19, 1954 "".
Daily Times USA, October 18, 1954 "".
Delphos Daily Herald USA, October 18, 1954 "".
Tyrone Daily Herald USA, October 18, 1954 "".
USA, October 18, 1954 "Man From Mars? No, It's Maurice".
USA, October 18, 1954 "Man Shoots at Motorist He Thought a Martian".
USA, October 18, 1954 "Fired on as 'Martian' foe".
Var-Matin - République France, October 18, 1954 "New witnesses, worthy of faith, saw the saucer discovered Thursday on the road to Hyères"
L'Est Républicain France, October 18, 1954 "Vagabond, poacher or 'Martian'?"
Le Haut-Marnais Républicain France, October 18, 1954 "The 'flying saucer' and its 'hairy passenger' existed only in the brain fertile in 'jokes' of Mr. NARCY".
Dimanche-Eclair France, October 18, 1954 "The Bugle has been frightened by the cigar".
La Haute Marne Libérée France, October 18, 1954 "A shining craft in the sky of Langres intrigued the crowd".
Le Provençal France, October 18, 1954 "A large burned grass circle mark the place where two residents of Hyères saw a saucer land".
Le Provençal France, October 18, 1954 "An unknown craft gets stationnary at 2 m. of the ground and 100 m of a farmer of Entraigues", etc.
La Charente Libre France, October 18, 1954 "A strange mushroom made its appearance in Ronsenac where a flying "saucer" was also seen!".
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 18, 1954 "Daily saucers".
La Haute-Marne Libérée France, October 18, 1954 "Mysterious craft continue to furrow the skies of France".
L'Est Républicain France, October 18, 1954 "A strange being, half-man half-monkey, had a nap in the shade of the tall trees".
Le Méridional France, October 18, 1954 "Some saucers tours in the... Italian clouds" Etc.
Star Tribune USA, October 17, 1954 "What's 'fillerup' in Martian?"
Baltimore Sun USA, October 17, 1954 "But the more Paris changes...".
Terre Haute Tribune USA, October 17, 1954 "French saucers".
Le Méridional France, October 17, 1954 "A flying 'cylinder' spotted by the Mont Ventoux Observatory".
Le Méridional France, October 17, 1954 "Mysterious craft in the sky of the Ardèche".
Var-Matin - République France, October 17, 1954 The Ottaviani and Repellini affair.
Le Patriote France, October 17, 1954 "Mysterious landing in a meadow of the Var".
France-Dimanche France, October 17, 1954 "A luminous and silent 'bottle bottom' above Orly and in the sky of Paris".
Centre Matin France, October 17, 1954 "In the Vaucluse, a luminous machine escapes two jets".
Le Provençal France, October 17, 1954 "The saucers courier (Continued)".
Le Provençal France, October 17, 1954 "An unknown machine located in the sky by the observatory of the Mount Ventoux".
Liberté Dimanche France, October 17, 1954 "Saucer, cigar and 'weird being' appeared to a resident of Londinières".
Le Nouveau Rhin Français France, October 17, 1954 "Was it a flying saucer... naturally...?"
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, October 17-18, 1954 "Andlau - Landing of a 'Flying cigar?'"
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 17, 1954 "The weather station of Chadrac and another in Cantal observe a 'mysterious apparatus'".
Le Méridional France, October 17, 1954 "The 'interplanetary diver' is afraid of dogs".
Le Provençal France, October 17, 1954 "A mysterious craft lands near Rovigo and flies away".
Sydney Morning Herald Australia, October 16, 1954 "France in grip of flying saucer fever".
Le Rouergue Républicain France, October 16, 1954 "It was really seen... but it was only a balloon".
Le Rouergue Républicain France, October 16, 1954 "A luminous disc escapes two jet planes that were hunting it".
Le Parisien Libéré France, October 16, 1954 "False alarm in the Vaucluse".
L'Indépendant France, October 16, 1954 "A Perpignan resident affirms to have seen within 30 meters of him a strange craft operated by a 'diver'".
Le Rouergue Républicain France, October 16, 1954 In Graulhet.
L'Espoir France, October 16, 1954 "The 'saucers' sighted in Italy are dangerous".
Le Nouveau Rhin Français France, October 16, 1954 "The 'Saucer' was also seen near Thann"
L'Alsace France, October 16, 1954 "Cigars, saucers... and pots"
Le Nouveau Rhin Français France, October 16, 1954 "'Flying Cigars' in the Kaysersberg Valley!"
La Liberté de l'Est France, October 16, 1954 "Parachuting"
Nice-Matin France, October 16, 1954 "And now flying saucers in the sky of Midi!..."
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 16, 1954 Hermann Oberth on the saucers, and sightings.
L'Est Républicain France, October 16, 1954 "Visible from the ground, a white disc disappears in front of two jet planes".
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 16, 1954 "The saucer was also visible in the region of Colmar".
Le Populaire du Centre France, October 15, 1954 "A "flying saucer" lands in Toulouse and three witnesses see a strange being emerge".
La Croix du Nord France, October 15, 1954 "A diver with huge eyes".
La Croix du Nord France, October 15, 1954 "Saucers seed".
L'Est Républicain France, October 15, 1954 Nazi saucers.
L'Est Républicain France, October 15, 1954 "The daily (and varied) chronicle of the saucers".
L'Est Républicain France, October 15, 1954 "According to the Americans two unknown satellites would gravitate around the Earth".
Centre-Matin France, October 15, 1954 The Saint-Ambroix affair.
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 15, 1954 "Flying saucer in the Alsatian sky".
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 15, 1954 "The "saucer" did not land but dropped 'pellets'".
Le Méridional France, October 15, 1954 "The observatory of Haute-Provence observed a luminous object" (a balloon).
Le Méridional France, October 15, 1954 "Emotion in Fontaine-de-Vaucluse where the residents have seen two jet airplanes chase a saucer".
L'Alsace France, October 15, 1954 "A Toulouse industrialist makes a sketch of a 'Martian' before it disappears".
L'Alsace France, October 15, 1954 "A flying cigar?"
Le Provençal France, October 15, 1954 "An aerial ovoid observed on Arles", etc.
Le Provençal France, October 15, 1954 "A 'flying saucer' pursued by by two jets planes of the Caritat base (Vaucluse)".
Var-Matin - République France, October 15, 1954 "Coming down from a mysterious machine, a diver of small size, but with enormous eyes, appears to three Toulouse residents", etc.
France-Soir France, October 14, 1954 "The military governor of Metz studies the report by Commander Cottel who saw a luminous device caught in the beam of a searchlight".
La Dépêche du Midi France, October 14, 1954 "Saucers and cigars in the Correzian sky".
France Soir France, October 14, 1954 "Three 'little beings' in an electric saucer".
France Soir France, October 14, 1954 Saucers and cigars.
L'Est Républicain France, October 14, 1954 "The occupant of the "cigar" wore a hat and talked in French..."
Samedi Soir France, October 14, 1954 "Oumph... Grobezabri.. Trobobranana..."
L'Ardennais France, October 14, 1954 "The saucers chronicle".
Ouest-France France, October 14, 1954 "The investigation about the mysterious craft seen in Derval".
Derby Telegraph Eire, October 14, 1954 "Another one out of the blue?".
Belfast Telegraph Eire, October 14, 1954 "Flying saucer pilot asked for oil, says railwayman".
Derby Evening Telegraph Eire, October 14, 1954 "Saucers back again, this time in Bangkok".
Samedi-Soir France, October 14, 1954 "The big joke of the "Martians"", Loctudy.
Samedi-Soir France, October 14, 1954 "The big joke of the "Martians"", End.
Samedi-Soir France, October 14, 1954 "The Affectionate Martian", Mazaud.
Samedi-Soir France, October 14, 1954 "The great joke of the "Martians" - Two divers play train", Dewilde.
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 14, 1954 "Daily saucers".
Ouest France France, October 14, 1954 "... a ball of fire rested on a meadow ...".
Le Provençal France, October 14, 1954 "A strange sphere remains during three hours in the beam of a projector of the army".
Le Provençal France, October 14, 1954 "Seven odd and tiny beings reportedly sowed mysterious seeds".
The Hindustan Times India, October 14, 1954 "Martians reported seen near France".
L'Alsace France, October 14, 1954 "A machine seen in the sky of Metz hold the attention of the military authorities".
La Dépêche du Midi France, October 13, 1954 "Phenomena in the sky again".
L'Est Républicain France, October 13, 1954 "And here are the 'Martian girls'!"
Feuille d'Avis Switzerland, October 13, 1954 "Two pretty Martian girls give an autograph to a French teacher!"
L'Impartial Switzerland, October 13, 1954 "Two pretty Martian girls give an autograph to a French teacher!"
La Haute-Marne Libérée France, October 13, 1954 "The Mertrud saucer".
Le Havre France, October 13, 1954 "A motorist said he saw two "little people" cross the road and then fly aboard their craft..."
Le Nouveau Rhin Français France, October 13, 1954 "A 'flying cigar' observed in Triembach au Val".
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 13, 1954 "Daily saucers".
Le Méridional France, October 13, 1954 "In the area of Toulouse a car driver has "seen" the passengers of a "saucer" - Mysterious machines in the sky of Bombay".
Le Provençal France, October 13, 1954 "A stack of flying cigars seen by a police officer of Nîmes", etc.
Le Provençal France, October 13, 1954 "I saw two passengers of a saucer cross the road at a few meters of my car".
France-Soir France, October 12, 1954 "In the Yonne, two women saw a flying saucer in a field, and the pilot inspecting the craft".
France-Soir France, October 12, 1954 "Calcined stone, grass burned under the saucer of Doncourt-Village" etc.
Le Populaire du Centre France, October 12, 1954 "Near Munster, four 'Martians' repaired their 'flying saucer'" etc.
France-Soir France, October 12, 1954 "4 characters tall 'like 11-year-old children' walk on the R.N. 631 (Tarn) before reentering their machine".
L'Est Républicain France, October 12, 1954 "Crackle and hiss: a 'saucer' landed".
L'Echo Républicain France, October 12, 1954 "Flying saucers under the sky of La Loupe (?)".
Holland Evening Sentinel USA, October 12, 1954 "Saucer, little man, truck, fog make quite a story".
Le Républicain Lorrain France, October 12, 1954 "Another vision in the Bouzonville area".
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 12, 1954 "Hunters shoot at a saucer and pick up pieces".
Le Provençal France, October 12, 1954 "The 'Martian' of Pournoy-la-Chétive was small, hairy and wore... the cassock".
Le Midi Libre France, October 12, 1954 "I was stopped by a ray of light emanating from a diver", etc.
La Liberté France, October 12, 1954 ""Martians" in flying saucers? And why not? says Mr. Louis Bréguet the famous plane builder".
Perigord Moun Pais France, October 12, 1954 "Saucer, rockets and cigares - we need myths".
Var-Matin République France, October 12, 1954 "A flying cigar?"
L'Est Républicain France, October 12, 1954 "A flying mushroom above the Yaoundé hospital (Cameroun)".
Le Méridional France, October 12, 1954 "Four mysterious beings were repairing a 'cigar', a German 'witness' says".
L'Alsace France, October 12, 1954 "An incandescent barrel lands in Heimersdorf".
L'Alsace France, October 12, 1954 "The 'flying saucers' widen their sphere of activity considerably".
Le Méridional France, October 12, 1954 "Saucers... everywhere!"
Daily Telegraph U-K., October 12, 1954 "Flying discs report".
L'Indépendant France, October 12, 1954 "Saucers".
Le Lorrain France, October 11, 1954 "Now, the cars stop".
L'Est Républicain France, October 11, 1954 "Flying disc in the sky of Calais".
Feuille d'Avis Switzerland, October 11, 1954 "Landing traces were found in France".
La Nouvelle République France, October 11, 1954 Saucer in Bergerac.
Palladium-Item USA, October 11, 1954 "Flying saucers reported from all parts of world; 'creatures' seen".
Baltimore Public News-Post USA, October 11, 1954 "Flying saucer reports come from abroad".
Delphos Daily Herald USA, October 11, 1954 "Flying saucer reports come from abroad".
Muncie Evening Press USA, October 11, 1954 "Saw little people leaving saucer".
Le Provençal France, October 11, 1954 "A large bluish disc surmounted of a cupola moving without noise above the road", etc.
La Charente Libre France, October 11, 1954 "In Tourriers, about thirty witnesses saw during nearly twenty minutes a 'flying cigar'", etc.
Miami News USA, October 11, 1954 "'Saucers' reported in 5 parts of world".
New Philadelphia Daily Times USA, October 11, 1954 "Wave of flying saucer reports sweeping world".
Kingsport Times USA, October 11, 1954 "Reports of flying saucers from different parts of world", etc.
La Bourgogne Républicaine France, October 10, 1954 "The wandering 'Martians'".
Le Républicain Lorrain France, October 10, 1954 "The presence of a 'saucer' excites a locality near Metz - But there was a more natural and somewhat unexpected explanation".
L'Echo du Berry France, October 10, 1954 (Untitled).
France-Dimanche France, October 10, 1954 "The Valence saucer left traces (in the maize)".
France-Dimanche France, October 10, 1954 (untitled).
Le Républicain Lorrain France, October 10, 1954 "Three children of Pournoy-la-Chétive claim to have seen a weird craft and an odd little man who talked to them".
La Suisse Switzerland, October 10, 1954 "Morning mood".
Le Lorrain France, October 9, 1954 "A large shell pierced with portholes".
France-Soir France, October 9, 1954 "The average Martian measures from 1 meter to 1 meter 20 wears a motorcycle helmet and does not speak French".
France-Soir France, October 9, 1954 "Three mysterious craft landed on the railroad tracks in the Aube".
L'Impartial Switzerland, October 9, 1954 "A miss claims to have seen a flying saucer..."
La résistance de l'Ouest France, October 9, 1954 "I saw a 'saucer' on the bank of the Loire and I spoke with its occupant".
La Patriote du Sud-Ouest France, October 9, 1954 "Martians too like cabbage soup".
Le Courrier Picard France, October 9, 1954 "In Nouvion-en-Ponthieu".
Le Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 9, 1954 "Rain of flying saucers in France".
La Voix du Périgord France, October 9, 1954 "Saucers visit the land of the Cro-Magnon man".
Le Provençal France, October 9, 1954 "A farmer affirms to have seen an unknown and phosphorescent craft in a field", etc.
Le Lorrain France, October 9, 1954 "Raymond, 12, attacked a "flying saucer" with a toy revolver".
L'Alsace France, October 9, 1954 "'I felt the breath of the 'saucer' which passed above me' told us Mr. René Ott, who was witness yesterday morning of an amazing adventure".
The Tampa Bay Times USA, October 9, 1954 "No 'saucers'".
The Daily Times USA, October 9, 1954 "Flying saucers are hot-air balloons".
L'Est Républicain France, October 8, 1954 "Meteorologists are launching every day in the skies of France, 160 balloons that can create confusion".
Le Dauphiné Libéré France, October 8, 1954 "Flying saucer stories - The appearance of a saucer and armed Martians terrifies a bressan schoolgirl", etc.
L'Est Eclair France, October 8, 1954 "Last week we saw three flying saucers on the railroad tracks near Saint-Etienne-sous-Barbuise!!"
Le Provençak France, October 8, 1954 "I saw in a field an unknown craft and a small being covered of hairs".
Le Dauphiné Libéré France, October 8, 1954 "A resident of Lugrin claimed to have seen two martians!"
Le Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 8, 1954 "An engineer observes a large rotating disc that hovered at a height of 400 meters height" etc.
Var-Matin République France, October 8, 1954 "After the cigars and the saucers... The flying soup tureen makes its appearance."
Le Méridional France, October 8, 1954 "A roadmender of the Haut-Marne sees a saucer and its (small) pilot"
Coventry Evening Telegraph U-K., October 8, 1954 "'Saucers' Over Austria".
Le Nouvel Alsacien France, October 8, 1954 "'Flying cigar' or natural phenomenon?".
The Corsicana Daily Sun USA, October 8, 1954 "Trace flying saucer".
The Courier-Post USA, October 8, 1954 "Miner uses hot air to launch 'saucers'".
The Lubbock Evening Journal USA, October 8, 1954 "'Flying saucers' are just balloons".
The New Castles News USA, October 8, 1954 "'Flying saucers' mystery explained".
Le Républicain Lorrain France, October 7, 1954 "A 'flying saucer' in the sky of Hettange-Grande".
Le Haut-Marnais Républicain France, October 7, 1954 "The face covered of hairs and the eyes 'like a corbel's egg'".
Le Populaire du Centre France, October 7, 1954 "The 'Martian' of the Finistère has the face covered with hair".
Le Populaire du Centre France, October 7, 1954 "Several Parisians saw 'saucers' moving in the sky of the capital".
L'Est Républicain France, October 7, 1954 "A small 'saucer' lands in the Côte-d'Or".
L'Echo Républicain France, October 7, 1954 "The disturbing waltz continues... Saucers in the French and Italian way".
Le Lorrain France, October 7, 1954 "'My Martian was unshaven and had eyes as big as a raven's egg'".
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 7, 1954 Reader's letter.
Le Nouvel Alsacien France, October 7, 1954 "A flying saucer over The Orangery".
Le Figaro France, October 7, 1954 "Flying saucers".
Le Journal de Versaille France, October 7, 1954 "The burning affair of the flying saucers continues - when do we get the teapoons and the cups?".
Le Provençal France, October 7, 1954 "A craft advancing "in saw teeth" above the tower of Crest".
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, October 7, 1954 "Daily saucers".
L'Est Républicain France, October 7, 1954 "My Martian was not shaven and had eyes as large as a corbel's egg".
Var-Matin République France, October 7, 1954 "Le 'Martien' du Finistère a le visage couvert de poils et les yeux aussi gros qu'un oeuf de corbeau".
Le Méridional France, October 7, 1954 "Saucers here, cigars there".
The Age USA, October 7, 1954 "Miner built "flying saucers" for a joke".
The Baltimore Sun USA, October 6, 1954 "Frenchman tells how to build a 'saucer'".
Le Petit Varois France, October 6, 1954 "'Flying saucers? Not serious!' states professor Schatzman".
L'Est Républicain France, October 6, 1954 "Saucers - cigars and fireballs".
La Dépêche du Midi France, October 6, 1954 "A saucer in the sky of Narbonne".
La Montagne France, October 6, 1954 "Uzerche: phenomenon in the sky".
La Dépêche du Midi France, October 6, 1954 "New apparitions of flying saucers in our region".
La Dépêche du Midi France, October 6, 1954 "Mysterious craft in the Lot".
La Dépêche du Midi France, October 6, 1954 "An old mine worker of the Nord was amusing himself in building 'flying saucers'".
Le Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, October 6, 1954 "According to a german scientist, flying saucers are piloted by the Uranides - A strange craft said to have flown above Mont-Blanc - Flying saucer above Ivory Coast - Luminous objects in the sky of Puy".
L'Est Républicain France, October 6, 1954 "The flying saucer was a rain gauge".
New York Herald Tribune France, October 6, 1954 "More flying saucers reported in France".
Le Provençal France, October 6, 1954 "Motorists of Nimes attend the evolutions of two mysterious craft".
Le Provençal France, October 6, 1954 "Fireballs on several departments".
Le Méridional France, October 6, 1954 "The mysterious craft are multiplying in the sky".
L'Alsace France, October 6, 1954 "Flying saucers in Ivory Coast" Etc.
La Nouvelle République France, October 6, 1954 "A flying saucer lands in a garden in Bergerac".
L'Est Républicain France, October 5, 1954 "A wave of strange 'objects' is sweeping France".
L'Est Républicain France, October 5, 1954 "The ballet of the flying saucers continues in the Lorraine sky but the mysterious machines remain elusive".
La Nouvelle Revue de Lausanne Switzerland, October 5, 1954 "Mysterious devices continue to crisscross the sky".
Dermières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, October 5, 1954 "A flying saucer above the Haut-Koenigsbourg".
Le Nouveau Rhin Français France, October 5, 1954 Flying saucer in Andlau.
La Charente Libre France, October 5, 1954 "A "cigar" in the sky of Cognac?"
Le Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, October 5, 1954 "When arrived at 150 m of the saucer, I felt paralyzed and my sight was disturbed, states a road worker of Seine-et-Marne", and other sightings.
La Charente Libre France, October 5, 1954 "A mysterious craft near Juillaguet".
Le Lorrain France, October 5, 1954 "The ballet of the "Flying Saucers" continues in the sky of Lorraine".
Le Provencal France, October 5, 1954 "A "saucer" evolves during several minutes in the sky of Anduze".
Le Méridional France, October 5, 1954 "I encountered a flying saucer in the wood of Cuges".
Var-Matin République France, October 5, 1954 "A strange apparatus flies over the Mount Blanc".
Paris-Normandie France, October 5, 1954 "Were the meteors seen on sunday flying saucers?".
L'Alsace France, October 5, 1954 "The flying saucers exist".
L'Alsace France, October 5, 1954 "Flying saucers in ths sky of the Sundgau".
L'Est Républicain France, October 5, 1954 "Residents of Besançon collect a whitish stuff sown in the sky by a mysterious luminous machine".
L'Est Républicain France, October 5, 1954 "Was it a flying saucer?"
L'Est Républicain France, October 5, 1954 "The flying saucers disturbed the Sunday rest of a certain number of Frenchmen".
Le Monde France, October 5, 1954 "What about the flying saucer, asks Mr. Jean Nocher to the State secretary for the air".
La Gazette de Lausanne Switzerland, October 4, 1954 "A mysterious craft said to have landed in the French High Jura".
La Nouvelle République du CEntre Ouest France, October 4, 1954 "The seven workers of the quarry of Marcilly-sur-Vienne told us their strange adventure".
La Dépêche du Midi France, October 4, 1954 "A luminous globe in the sky of Brive".
L'Est Républicain France, October 4, 1954 "In Poix (the Somme) one mistook a lantern for a 'saucer'".
Le Courrier Picard France, October 4, 1954 "On the road from Ligescourt to Vron two young men say they saw a 'flying saucer'".
Le Provencal France, October 4, 1954 "The flying saucers".
Le Méridional France, October 4, 1954 "Flying cigares pink, magenta, purple".
Le Courrier Cauchois France, October 4, 1954 "Flying saucers were seen Monday and Tuesday".
Var Matin République France, October 3, 1954 "Flying saucers"
Le Progrès France, October 3, 1954 "Saucer... fly! - Passengers of the Prémanon saucer look like sugar lumps".
Times of India India, October 3, 1954 "800 Biharis See Flying Saucer".
Le Provençal France, October 3, 1954 "The 'flying mushroom' prevented the courageous roadmender from approaching within less than 150 meters", etc.
L'Est Républicain France, October 3, 1954 "The 'meteor' of Sweden was not a robot-weapon... but a jet airplane" etc.
Nord-Matin France, October 3, 1954 "A saucer near Avesnes-lez-Aubert".
Nord-Matin France, October 3, 1954 "A flying cigar landed in Blanzy".
Le Bien Public France, October 2, 1954 "A Louhans commercer said to gave observed a flying saucer in a field".
La Croix France, October 2, 1954 "Saucers, cigars, etc".
Le Provençal France, October 2, 1954 "A saucer above Avignon?" etc.
Paris Normandie France, October 2, 1954 "In Petit-Couronne close to Rouen the mysterious gleams were also seen!"
Var-Matin République France, October 2, 1954 "Still the saucers and the cigars".
L'Est Républicain France, October 2, 1954 "A resident of Besançon saw a 'saucer' in the sky of Rigney (the Doubs)".
L'Alsace France, October 2, 1954 Simca and Shell contest.
L'Indépendant France, October 2, 1954 "Cigars in a group in the Haut-Rhin and balls of fire in the Roussillon".
L'Est Républicain France, October 1, 1954 "The saucer photographed".
Troisième République des Pyrénées France, October 1, 1954 "Festival od flyin saucers in the sky of de Pau".
L'Est Républicain France, October 1, 1954 "A 'saucer' said to have landed in the Haut Jura".
L'Est Républicain France, October 1, 1954 "Mysterious flying machines multiply".
L'Est Républicain France, October 1, 1954 "An extremely precise report from Chambéry".
Le Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, October 1, 1954 "Multiple sightings of flying cigars".
Le Provençal France, October 1, 1954 "The first flying cigar landed... on skates at 15 km of Auxerre - An object luminous and round as a tomato said to have landed in the night close to Bessèges".
Le Monde France, October 1, 1954 "Flying saucers and the disciples of the Christ of Montfavet".
Le Méridional France, October 1, 1954 "Flying saucers all around the sky".
Var-Matin - République France, October 1, 1954 "Flying saucers said to drop anticommunists leaflets above Czechoslovakia".
L'Alsace France, October 1, 1954 "The appearances of 'flying saucers' continue in France".
Paris-Normandie France, October 1, 1954 "Flying saucers reappear".
Var-Matin - République France, October 1, 1954 "In France, in Morocco, in Algeria, in Denmark, in Sweden... Increasingly numerous saucers, cigars, discs and other machines are moving..."
Star Tribune USA, September 30, 1954 "Men who see saucers may be in their cups".
Le Libre Poitou France, September 30, 1954 "A farmer from Vouneuil-sur-Vienne saw a saucer and touche a 'cuirass' (?)".
Le Dauphiné Libéré France, September 30, 1954 "Dr. Martinet of Chambéry and about fifteen people could observe at the top of the Nivolet the maneuvers of a flying saucer".
Le Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, September 30, 1954 "Martians were hoaxers - Flying saucers in the Yonne"
Le Méridional France, September 30, 1954 "Carrousel of "saucers" in the sky of Dauphiné" etc.
Le Provençal France, September 30, 1954 "I have seen a saucer circled of flames posed in a field close to the road", etc.
Var-Matin République France, September 30, 1954 "In the manner of Wells heroes - A farmer in the Vienne saw advancing towards him an interplanetary diver - In the Lyonese, a Parisian filmed a 'flying cigar'", etc.
Le Berry Républicain France, September 29, 1954 "Did a 'saucer' land at the Grand-Tertre?"
Le Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, September 29, 1954 "At the Spanish-Portuguese border, Martians have collected grass and stones - Saucers are now interested in cars"
La Suisse Switzerland, September 29, 1954 "A blue rain caused by the flying saucers (?)"
Var-Matin République France, September 29, 1954 "In the Yonne, two women state to have seen a flying saucer".
Var-Matin République France, September 29, 1954 "An airline pilot observed a luminous phenomenon in the Atlantic"
L'Yonne Républicaine France, September 28, 1954 "A flying saucer landed in the Yonne - In Diges, two people have glanced for a moment, on a mysterious craft and its pilot in a clearing - Only evidence: two traces in the morning dew."
Le Midi Libre France, September 28, 1954 "The sky of France is furrowed by "cigars" and "flying saucers"".
Le Provençal France, September 28, 1954 "Martians of 2 m 50 collected grass and stones in Portugal".
Var-Matin République France, September 28, 1954 "Near Bourges: a luminous object follows a car".
L'Indépendant France, September 28, 1954 "A very odd flying apparatus reportedly seen at 03:10 p.m.".
L'Est Républicain France, September 27, 1954 "'Flying saucers' in Tulle and Le Puy"
La Liberté France, September 27, 1954 "Reluctant witnesses".
Le Provençal France, September 27, 1954 "Iridescent and oscillating saucers".
Daily Star Canada, September 27, 1954 "Blue rain, flying disc in kirkland district".
La Manche Libre France, September 26, 1954 "After the saucers the flying cigars".
Le Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, September 26, 1954 "Meteor in the sky of Langeac".
Le Méridional France, September 26, 1954 "'Cigars' and 'Saucers' seen in the Auvergne".
L'Est Républicain France, September 26, 1954 "Six 'flying cigars' reportedly flew over the Pays-Haut...".
The Star New Zealand, September 25, 1954 "And now the 'flying bus'".
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, September 25, 1954 "Competition in the aerial maneuvers".
La Bourgogne Républicaine France, September 24, 1954 "Two gendarmes and a rural guard saw in their turn mysterious machines".
Le Soir Illustré Belgium, September 24, 1954 "A flying saucer landed next to my house" (Marius Dewilde).
Le Parisien Libéré France, September 24, 1954 "Saucers and cigars multiply in the sky of France - MP calls for official investigation".
Feuille d'Avis Switzerland, September 24, 1954 "Michèle Morgan said she saw flying saucers".
La Suisse Switzerland, September 24, 1954 "In the Jura: a flying saucer!"
Le Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, September 25, 1954 "Flying cigars in the French sky".
La Suisse Switzerland, September 25, 1954 "From the Valais: still the flying saucers?"
The Newark Star-Ledger USA, September 24, 1954 "'Saucer' buzzes Napoleon tomb".
Var-Matin République France, September 24, 1954 "Flying cigars, luminous machines and other mysterious apparatuses evolve in the sky of France..."
L'Est Républicain France, September 24, 1954 "A member of parliament asks that the 'flying cigars' are chased".
Le Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, September 23, 1954 "A flying cigar has reportedly been seen in the sky of the Puy".
Le Provençal France, September 23, 1954 "The Martian resembled a kid locked up in a cellophane bag and I saw it as I see you".
L'Est Républicain France, September 23, 1954 "There would have been more than one 'saucer' in the sky of the Moselle".
La Montagne France, September 22, 1954 "Still flying saucers and cigars".
L'Ardennais France, September 22, 1954 "A 'flying spinning top' said to have landed Friday, in Omont".
Le Quotidien de la Haute Loire France, September 22, 1954 "Flying cigar over Annonay".
Le Progrès France, September 21, 1954 "Did the 'flying cigar' of the lower Ardèche pass on Annonay?"
L'Indépendant France, September 22, 1954 "Flying cigars and other mysterious craft in the French skies".
Le Provençal France, September 22, 1954 Cigar in Rome and balls of fire in Dutch bedroom.
Le Provençal France, September 22, 1954 "A saucer silent and smoking in the sky of Saint-Raphael".
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, September 22, 1954 "A mysterious apparatus flew above Rome".
Var-Matin République France, September 22, 1954 "In the Allier, a witness claims to have seen two weird objects in the sky".
Var-Matin République France, September 22, 1954 "A flying saucer in the sky of St Raphaël".
Var-Matin République France, September 22, 1954 "In the Allier, a witness claims to have seen two peculiar objects in the sky".
L'Est Républicain France, September 22, 1954 "After the 'saucers' the 'flying cigars' - Their 'passage' reported in Rome, in the Allier and the Puy de Dôme".
Le Provençal France, September 20, 1954 "A flying saucer in Vichy".
Star Tribune USA, September 19, 1954 "Europeans see saucers even when not in cups".
La Suisse Switzerland, September 19, 1954 "Professor Hahn does not believe in the flying saucers".
Le Courrier de l'Ouest France, September 19, 1954 "Space visitors, these unknowns".
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, September 19, 1954 "Flying saucers are a manifestation of lightning, a german astronomer states".
Var-Matin - République France, September 19, 1954 "Having the form of a half cigar, a mysterious machine flew over Rome".
Le Méridional France, September 19, 1954 "A mysterious machine flew over Rome".
Var-Matin République France, September 18, 1954 "The "flying saucer" was only a duck and the pranksters who put the village in agitation will be prosecuted".
Le Provençal France, September 18, 1954 "Italian hunters saw a 'flying disc' in Tuscany".
Le Provençal France, September 18, 1954 "Numerous appearances of unidentified craft in Italy".
Feuille d'Avis Switzerland, September 16, 1954 "Did Martians land on the French soil?"
Nord-Eclair France, September 16, 1954 "The pPassenger of a flying cigar who hugged a peasant of the Correze had nothing abnormal".
La Croix France, September 16, 1954 "Mars... or dream!".
Paris-Presse France, September 16, 1954 "The cigar of the talkative Martian flew over Limoges".
Nord-Eclair France, September 16, 1954 "Flying saucer? Nothing is incredible in the statement of the gate-keeper of Quarouble".
Le Méridional France, September 16, 1954 "Flying saucers in the sky of Montpellier?" and in Ladakh.
Evening Time Australia, September 16, 1954 "Reach conclusion saucers are real".
Le Populaire du Centre France, September 15, 1954 "Mystery in Bugeat".
Star Tribune USA, September 14, 1954 "2 little armless men 'visit' Frenchman in flying saucer".
Feuille d'Avis Switzerland, September 14, 1954 "Two passengers of a flying saucer were seen..."
Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, September 14, 1954 "Again a saucer near Valenciennes".
Libération France, September 14, 1954 "This man claims to have seen Martians".
Var-Matin République France, September 14, 1954 "A farmer was kissed by the passenger of a flying saucer...!!".
L'Aurore France, September 13, 1954 "An inhabitant of the Nord claims to have seen the two passengers of a flying saucer...".
Var-Matin République France, September 13, 1954 "Strange beings and a mysterious machine appeared to a workman...".
Feuille d'Avis Switzerland, September 10, 1954 "We saw a flying saucer at a distance of 100 meters".
L'Est Républicain France, September 10, 1954 "An atmospheric phenomenon intrigues the Welsh population".
Le Nouveau Nord-Maritime France, September 9, 1954 "Two workmen claim to have seen a flying saucer and they decribe it in an impresive manner".
Le Provençal France, September 9, 1954 "Saucer above Marseilles".
France Dimanche France, September 5, 1954 "Here is what Mr. Miserey saw in the sky of Vernon".
Var-Matin - République France, September 5, 1954 "In the sky of Bavaria, flying saucers and mysterious planes".
L'Oise-Matin France, September 6, 1954 "Diabolic crockery in the sky of Oise where flying saucers are announced".
L'Echo de l'Ouest France, September 4, 1954 "Flying saucers reappear in the sky of Normandy".
Le soir de Marseille France, September 4, 1954 "Flying saucers in the sky of Bavaria".
Le Courrier de l'Ouest France, September 3, 1954 "Was it just a meteor?".
Var-Matin - République France, September 3, 1954 "After the saucers... Flying feathers..."
La Dordogne Libre France, September 2, 1954 "After the saucers... Flying feathers..."
Nouvelle République des Pyrénées France, September 2, 1954 "After saucers, flying feathers!"
Le Courrier de l'Ouest France, September 2, 1954 "The Lionese have their flying saucer too!"
La République France, September 2, 1954 "Brown disc with halo of green gleams in the sky of Angers".
La Dordogne Libre France, September 2, 1954 "A Canadian soldier says he closely saw a flying saucer".
Sud-Ouest France, September 2, 1954 "A Canadian soldier says he closely saw a flying saucer".
La Dépêche du Midi France, September 2, 1954 "Canada looses interest in the flying saucers".
La Nouvelle République France, September 1, 1954 "The Canadians give up hope of proving the existence of flying saucers".
Feuille d'Avis Switzerland, August 30, 1954 "'Flying saucers exist' states a scientist in France".
Le Provençal France, August 29, 1954 "Mysterious object in the sky of Brignoles".
Le Provençal France, August 28, 1954 "Five saucers come out of a flying cigar in the sky of Vernon".
Le Démocrate Switzerland, August 28, 1954 "The flying saucer of the Norwegian women was a helicopter!"
Le Démocrate Vernonnais France, August 27, 1954 "Still flying saucers in Vernon".
Le Baugeois France, August 27, 1954 "The flying saucers".
Centre-Eclair France, August 27, 1954 "Still the flying saucers...".
Le Provençal France, August 27, 1954 "And here is the rectangular "saucer"".
Le Provençal France, August 27, 1954 "A resident of Marseilles has "photographed" saucers!".
Var-Matin République France, August 27, 1954 "A flying saucer near Château-Chinon?".
L'Alsace France, August 27, 1954 "A 'Flying Saucer' above the city?"
Le Provençal France, August 27, 1954 "Many residents of Marseilles and the Provence saw the 'fireball' of Sunday evening".
Le Provençal France, August 27, 1954 (Probable cotinuation of tha above article).
L'Impartial Switzerland, August 27, 1954 "This time the case of the saucers becomes serious...".
Le Quotidien de la Haute-Loire France, August 26, 1954 "Saucer in the sky of Vernon".
Var-Matin - République France, August 26, 1954 "Piloted by a brown man, did a flying saucer land in Norway?"
Libération France, August 25, 1954 "A flying saucer gets off a cigar in the sky of Vernon".
Maroc-Presse France, August 25, 1954 "Flying saucers in the sky of Vernon".
La Suisse Switzerland, August 25, 1954 "Appearances of the flying saucers".
La Suisse Switzerland, August 24, 1954 "Fifteen Germans in Ulm reported flying saucers".
L'Est Républicain France, August 12, 1954 "Another saucer".
La Liberté de l'Est France, August 12, 1954 "The phenomenon seen in the sky of Docelles".
Le Canada Français Canada, August 12, 1954 "Is it a Flying Saucer?".
Le Provençal Canada, July 7, 1954 "Flying saucers filmed by a Norwegian aviator".
La Suisse Switzerland, July 3, 1954 "Russian television shows received in the Jura".
La Suisse Switzerland, July 2, 1954 "Morning mood" (on flying saucers).
Staats Zeitung und Herold Germany, June 20, 1954 UFO seen above West Germany.
L'Eveil du Cameroun Cameroun, June 17, 1954 UFO seen above West Germany.
Le Méridional France, June 13, 1954 "Flying saucers seen between Frankfurt and Darmstadt".
Le Provençal France, June 8, 1954 "A flying saucer above Marseilles?"
Le Provençal France, June 4, 1954 "A flying saucer in the sky of St-Rémy?"
Var-Matin - République France, June 3, 1954 "Above Boston, a 'flying object' intrigues a US pilot".
Le Provençal France, May 29, 1954 "The "flying saucers" continue to visit Marseilles".
Le Provençal France, May 28, 1954 "A flying saucer seen Sunday evening above Marseilleveyre".
Berlinske Tidende Denmark, May 15, 1954 "UFOs above northern Norway".
Le Provençal Denmark, May 15, 1954 "Three mysterious white objects in the Norway sky".
Dagens Nyheter Sweden, May 13, 1954 UFOS above Sweden.
Vatan Turkey, April 28, 1954 UFO above Pyrenees, France.
Le Figaro France, April 18, 1954 UFO above St Mexant, France.
Le Méridional France, April 12, 1954 "A mysterious craft in the sky of the Puy-de-Dôme".
Svenska Dagbladet Sweden, May 24, 1954 Celestial object to be excavated, Denmark.
Svenska Dagbladet Sweden, May 18, 1954 Flying saucers in Sweden.
L'Est Républicain France, February 15, 1954 "Flying cigar in the sky of the Haute-saône".
L'Est Républicain France, February 13, 1954 "A resident of Homécourt claims to have seen (and photographed) a flying saucer".
Rocky Mountain News USA, February 13, 1954 "5 to 10 'Saucers' reported nightly by airline pilots".
L'Est Républicain France, January 29, 1954 "The flying saucers gave the dawn serenade to the morning cyclist".
L'Alsace France, January 19, 1954 "What is that new craft now?"
La Bourgogne Républicaine France, January 12, 1954 "New testimonies on the passing of a fiery bolide above our region".
Les Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, January 12, 1954 "A new meteor?"
Le Nouveau Rhin Français France, January 12, 1954 "Flying saucers in the Alsatian sky?"
L'Est Républicain France, January 11, 1954 "Seen at dawn this last Saturday the "moon" is without a doubt a flying saucer just like the Franche-Comté cigar".
L'Alsace France, January 10, 1954 "After Bergheim, Cernay in its turn saw a flying saucer".
Les Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, January 10, 1954 "A weird appearance in the sky".
Le Provençal France, January 9, 1954 "Four motorists of Marseilles were overflown, Tuesday evening, in Crau by a "flying saucer"".
Le Provençal France, January 8, 1954 "A mysterious craft explodes in the sky of Dieppe".
Var-Matin - République France, January 8, 1954 "In the sky of Dieppe - Gleam four minutes after a terrible explosion".
Le Provençal France, January 8, 1954 "Did a luminous flying saucer land in Marignane?"
Feuille d'Avis de Neufchatel Switzerland, January 8, 1954 "A mysterious phenomenon in Dieppe"
Ouest France France, January 8, 1954 "A fireball explodes in the sky of Dieppe".
Le Figaro France, December 23, 1953 Flying saucers seen above Peshawar, Pakistan.
Var-Matin - République France, December 19, 1953 "A Swedish pilot crosses a 'flying saucer'".
Var-Matin - République France, December 18, 1953 "A 'flying saucer' in the sky over Marseilles".
Le Provençal France, December 18, 1953 "Marseilles residents saw a flying saucer".
Le Méridional France, December 14, 1953 "Flying saucer in the Creuse".
Le Méridional France, December 12, 1953 "Flying saucers and crescents over Mulhouse".
Var-Matin - République France, November 22, 1953 "Gunners believe in "flying saucers" and will provide evidence".
New York Times France, November 20, 1953 "Air Ministry believes 'Thing' Was meteorological balloon".
New York Times USA, November 14, 1953 "Flying saucers project denied".
New York Times USA, November 12, 1953 "Canada to study flying saucers".
Detroit Times USA, November 11, 1953 "Like a bar of steel".
Le Méridional France, September 19, 1953 "A flying saucer in the sky of Avignon".
Morgon Tidnirgen Denmark, July 13, 1953 "Danish Defense authorities take a serious view of the problem of flying saucers".
New York Times USA, January 24, 1953 "Air Force unconvinced".
New York Times USA, February 30, 1953 "Soviet scientists decy UFO tales".
The New York Times USA, January 23, 1953 "U.S. jets chase strange lights".
Nouvelle République du Centre-Ouest France, November 24, 1952 Sighting in Belle-Ile-en-Mer.
Nouvelle République du Centre-Ouest France, November 22, 1952 Saucer-meteor in France.
Le Méridional France, October 29, 1952 "A flying cylinder" surrounded by saucers above Gaillac".
Great Bend Daily Tribune USA, September 24, 1952 "Still they could be real".
Washington Daily News USA, September 15, 1952 "The monster of Braxton County" (Flatwoods).
Canada Star Canada, August 28, 1952 ""Saucer" Reported In Ontario Field".
Herald-American USA, August 24, 1952 "Saucer outflies jet over Elgin".
Sheboygan Press USA, August 4, 1952 "This time it's hard to brush off those mystery "saucers"".
Sun-Commercial USA, August 1, 1952 "Flying saucer reported over county Friday".
Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace France, July 31, 1952 "A flying saucer was seen in the sky of Strasbourg".
Le Méridional France, July 29, 1952 "Jet fighters have hunted strange "objects" reported for one week in the sky of Washington DC".
The Alexandria Gazette USA, July 29, 1952 "Flying saucers circled the Northern Virginia area again this morning:" observations in North America around the famous 1952 Washington flap.
The Washington Post USA, July 29, 1952 ""Saucer" outran jet, pilot reveals - Investigation on in secret after chase over capital - Radar spot blips like aircraft for nearly six hours - only 1.700 feet up".
Timmins Daily Press USA, July 29, 1952 "More "flying saucers" are watched by many".
The Bridgeport Post USA, July 28, 1952 "Jet interceptors fail to contact ghostly 'saucers' over capital".
Grand Haven Tribune USA, July 28, 1952 "See odd objects in Michigan skies".
Observer-Dispatch USA, July 28, 1952 "New reports of saucers above state and Washington".
Wilkes Barre Record USA, July 28, 1952 "Air Force jet fighters fail to catch objects flying over Washington".
Ypsilanti Press USA, July 28, 1952 "'Things' in sky here sunday appear like flying saucers".
The Alexandria Gazette USA, July 28, 1952 "Jet fighters outdistanced by "Flying Saucers" over Mt. Vernon and Potomac", radar sightings and UFO jet chase, the July 1952 flap.
Le Méridional France, July 26, 1952 "New appearances of "soucoupes volantes" above Côte d'Or and the Netherland and La Habana".
Le Méridional France, July 25, 1952 "A flying saucer has been photographed in the Auvergne".
New York Times USA, July 22, 1952 "Strange objects in US sky, observed by radar", the famous 1952 Washington flap.
L'Alsace France, July 10, 1952 "Two 'flying saucers' in the sky of Thann".
Le Méridional France, July 8, 1952 "A flying saucer in the Gard".
Le Figaro France, July 7, 1952 "The "Sunday Graphics" publishes the "sketches" of the flying saucer that would have been discovered on the ground in Eastern Germany".
Le Méridional France, June 21, 1952 "A ship commander and his crew saw a mysterious machine in the sky of Black Africa".
Le Méridional France, June 1, 1952 Probable meteor, Colmar.
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, June 1, 1952 "A flying saucer observed north of Colmar (Continued)".
Dernières Nouvelles du Haut-Rhin France, May 31, 1952 "Flying saucers observed in Colmar?".
Nouvelle République du Centre-Ouest France, May 12, 1952 La Roche-sur-Yon.
The New York Times USA, February 19, 1952 USAF will research into reports of B-29 crews encounters with orange spherical UFOs over North Korea.
Unknown UK, date unknown, 1952 "Flying saucer joins operation Mainbrace:" observation by RAF personal of a UFO during large scale NATO manoeuvers.
Edwardsville Intelligencer USA, March 34, 1951 "Flying saucer balloon shown at Okawville."
Evening Telegraph USA, February 13, 1951 "If you saw 'em you were right, they Were saucers", Skyhook balloons to explain all saucers except those "whimsical" reports.
Independent Journal USA, November 23, 1951 "Flying hub cap?", a hoaxed picture.
Lubbock Morning Avalanche USA, September 2, 1951 "Opinion divided over reports of objects seen in Lubbock skies".
Lubbock Morning Avalanche USA, September 1, 1951 "'Strange aircraft' seen at Matador".
Domenica del Corriere Italy, November 26, 1950 "Where are the ice discs coming from?"
Telephone-Register USA, June 8, 1950 "At Long Last - Authentic Photographs of Flying Saucer [?]", the Trent UFO photographs, McMinnville, 1950.
L'Alsace France, May 3, 1950 "Flying saucer... or meteorite ?.."
La Liberté de l'Est France, April 26, 1950 "Flying saucers around Metz".
The Daily Independent Journal USA, April 11, 1950 "More About Discs".
The Idaho State Journal USA, April 10, 1950 "Boise man connects flying saucers with submarines off California coast".
Le Provençal France, April 10, 1950 "A red ... saucer in the sky of Tarbes".
Le Provençal France, March 30, 1950 "Parade of "flying saucers" on Italy".
Le Provençal France, March 26, 1950 "From Meyrargues, from Venelles and from Marseilles flying saucers have been seen".
Le Provençal France, March 26, 1950 "Flying saucers in the European sky".
Le Monde France, March 18, 1950 "Four mexican airmen state to have chased a "flying saucer"".
Farmington Daily Timese USA, March 18, 1950 "Huge saucer armada jolts Farmington".
New York Times USA, March 11, 1950 "American again see visions - Little men in flying saucers", sightings in California, in Denver, rumours of saucer crashes with bodies of UFO pilots.
Le Provençal France, February 16, 1950 "Saucer or meteor?"

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