U.F.O. a gogo
We announced in our last issue that two residents of Béziers, Mr. Hervé Delpuech,
aged 42, and his sister Evelyne saw Friday, towards 06:20 p.m., a luminous
apparatus moving in the sky of Béziers.
This same appearance was also observed in Saint-Georges-d'Orques.
But these witnesses were not alone: exactly at the same hour, a sharp
gleam was observed in the sky of the department of the Gard and an
unidentified flying object was seen by two people in the west of
According to the gendarmes of the area of the Gard who were
advised by phone calls, no witness of these phenomena was
able to provide the least explanation.
In Aix-en-Provence - a hundred kilometers more in the east - Mr. Troump,
for his part, indicated to have seen "above the setting sun, a metallic
object white below and greenish above, which moved at high speed
towards the north, leaving an orange trail."
Another resident of Aix, Mr. Paul Brun, printer, for its part
noticed at the same time "an oval ball, leaving a trail of green,
white and pink flames." "For a long time," he added, "I had wished to see
a U.F.O., I and delighted, now I am convinced of the existence of
After the Hérault, the Gard, the Rhone delta, the Aude, there,
it was a resident of Malviès, close to Limoux and a resident
of Carcassonne, Mr. Bartoul, who brought their tesimonys.
The first saw, Friday at the end of the evening, a ball of fire
preceding a long luminous trail. It is approximately what the second
witness saw, this same Friday, at 06:20 p.m. (again) at the vertical
of the Heran private clinic, at the exit of Carcassonne. Mr. Bastoul
claims that it was a luminous and silent object moving in the direction S.-north
East. "A blue ball," he specifies, "followed by a long orange luminous
trail releasing sparks, it seems."
Other testimony in Villeneuve-the-Maguelonne, in the Hérault where a new
appearance, but this time Saturday at 14. 30, could be observed.
Lastly, in Montpellier, again on Saturday, but at approximately 09:45 p.m.,
a young woman observed during 30 or 40 seconds, two luminous spheres which
seemed to "fall" at reduced speed.