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UFOs in the daily Press:

The 1954 French flap in the Press:

The article below was published in the daily newspaper Bresle et Vimeu Libre, of Gamaches, Somme, France, page 3, on October 17, 1954.

See the case file.




One was beating the wheat, last week, in land belonging to one of our honorable cultivators.

The evening was starting to come, but one didn't want to lose anything from "this rest of the day, the last of which lights up", as Victor Higo would have said, if he had still been there...

The evening was soon completely fallen and, with him, - to believe his eyes - an unusual glow that swirled over an apple tree.

No doubt! "That's ay soooccer..." Everyone comes down from the battery and disperses like a flap of "larks".

A blow to no have supper and not to go to bed for fear of waking up on the planet. But the next morning or six months later!

If one had found one with his legs working, he would have run to Vincent's and brought him back, kepi on the head, to officially observe the phenomenon and take the necessary security measures. But they all had the "scaremeter" high up.

So much so that Vincent did not have to intervene and giv his boot somewhere to "s'me pig apprentice who took ay Wonder battery and stuffd it at tha sooocer, to give all Ramburelle a frite."

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