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ANTOINE MAZAUD IN THR PRESS, 1954:

This article was published in the daily newspaper Nord-Eclair, France, on September 16, 1954.

THE PASSENGER OF A "FLYING CIGAR"
who hugged a
peasant of the Correze had nothing abnormal

This time is is no more a matter of flying saucer nor of weird being seeming to belong to another world. The encounter by Mr. Mazaud, a solid 50 years old countryman of Bugeat (Corrèze) is very different. There is in hi statements an indisputable note of sincerity. He does not have, not the least, the reputation of a crackpot or a prankster, and the investigators did not detect the least glitch or the least contradiction in his declarations.

The man he met on a deserted plate, September 10, around 08:30 p.m. had nothing abnormal in his getup nor in his aspect, excepted the rather particular shape of the helmet that he wore on the head. When he was face to face with the peasant from the Correze, he made several nods of head to greet him, shook hands with him, then gave him the accodance. He [...]

To be continued on the last page under the title: CORREZE

[Photo caption:] "And yet it's true!", says Mr. MAZAUD, farmer in the Correze, after his extraordinary report to the policemen. (A.P.)

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