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UFOs in the daily Press:

The 1954 French flying saucers flap in the Press:

This article was published in the daily newspaper Le Provençal, France, page 9, on November 2, 1954.


Yssingeaux (A.F.P.). A tradesman of Yssingeaux saw, Sunday evening towards 9 p.m., in the sky, a large ball finished by a tail producing sparks. The machine going down at a vertiginous pace, the observer believed that it was a plane falling in flames. But suddenly, it suspended its race, moved away and disappeared. The phenomenon had lasted from 10 to 15 minutes.


Clermont-Ferrand (A.F.P.).
Inhabitants of Lézoux (Puy-of-Dome) saw an orange "crescent" moving without noise in a north-western to south-eastern direction. The phenomenon could be observed half an hour approximately.

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