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1954 SAUCERS IN THE FRENCH PRESS:

This article was published in the daily newspaper Le Méridional, France, page 5, October 8, 1954.

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A roadmender of the Haut-Marne sees a saucer and its (small) pilot

CHAUMONT. -- Mr. André Narcy, 48-year-old, roadmender in Mertrud (Haute-Marne), went to his work by motorbike when near Voillecomte, at 07:15, he noticed, in a field, at the place called "La Vieille Tuilerie", an object of orange color. While approaching, he noted that he was in the presence of a machine unknown to him. The roadmender stopped his machine and, by foot, arrived at a hundred meters of the object. At this point in time he saw in the vicinity a small being being approximately 1.20 m tall and dressed in a jacket covered of hairs. Mr. Narcy was very afraid and lay down on the ground, then he called the individual. The latter, after having turned to him, went into his craft which flew away immediately vertically to lose itself in the clouds.

According to Mr. Narcy, the machine was of spherical shape, had a diameter of ten meters approximately. Under the sphere was a kind of spindle and the port-hole by which the being reinstated the craft was just between the spindle and the body of the apparatus.

At the start of the latter, a kind of flame came out of the spindle, while a large vaporous movement occurred under the machine.

Mr. Narcy went at once to his work where he told his adventure to his comrades. With two of them, Misters Riel and Henry, he returned on the spot where they observed that the dew did not exist any more on a certain surface. The grass had a slightly milky colour and was crushed on a square of approximately three meters side.

Moreover, twelve parallel traces resembling prints of round feet were distributed on certain outdistances, letting think that the apparatus landed in a series of small hops.

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