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Date written:
November 10, 2006
Date received:
November 10, 2006
Date published:
November 13, 2006
Date of sighting:
November 10, 2006
Place of sighting:
France, Paris, la Défense
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Unreleased information:
Name, firstname, email address
Investigation, additional information:
Not looked for

The report:

Date: November 10, 2006
From: [eMail]

Friday, November 10, 2006

Some among you live towards the Mont-Valérien close to Suresnes, Rueil or Nanterre? I explained myself for some time already, there are "somehow weird tricks". I work with the Large Arch at the 33th floor stage, and the sight is onto the Mont-Valérien. Currently with the cold, the sunsets are splendid and leave an absolutely superb reddish trail, therefore of course, I admire.

I leave my office relatively late, between 06:30 / 07:30 p.m., and today starting from 05:55 p.m. until 06:05 p.m. (precise) appears a very intense light, of orange color. So I am facing the Mont-Valérien. For those who know a little, on the line of the MT-V is a watchtower on which beacons of indication for the planes are installed, therefore on my linesight also. The light appears at a height that I locate at approximately 30 meters maximum 50 meters above the MT-V, but on the left. (that being said I am not so much of a measuring device)

It is initially very intense, one would say that it flickers, a little like a pulsar. Appears on its left and below a smaller light which is aligned vertically under the first which decreases in intensity until disappearing. The smallest positions in its place and gains in intensity until reaching the intensity of the first light. Then the motion continues. The movement started again at 06:13 p.m.. It is 06:32 p.m. and there there is nothing any more.

I initially believed that it was a plane???? Impossible, considering the intensity of the light, and no flashing lights but especially the light even if it pulsated, remained motionless.

This evening the sky is completely clear, no clouds, quite a black sky, no buildings of this height near the MT-Valérien.

06:40 p.m.: if you are in that area look at it: the phenomenon has just happened again but not above the MT-V, but completely on his left relative to me..... At the top of Suresnes, or even Saint-Cloud (in the Hauts-de-Seine....) and sorry but at the office I do not have cameras... There it was two orange lights of equal size, one beside the other. Their intensity decreases at the same time until disappearing.

That's direct live ...

06:47 p.m.: The phenomenon continues. Same place than the first description but two intense lights from which one comes to decrease... Practically like first time, except that there they initially aligned before one decreases by intensity, 06:49 p.m. no more light...

07:00 p.m.: I leave the office and returns home by foot. I need some 20 minutes. I take advantage of that to observe the sky. I specify that the panes of the Arch of the Defense are tainted and doubles, which did not enable me to see the state of the sky. In fact it is indeed clear but is mottled by very spaced clouds. I do not see stars. The streets are strongly illuminated by neons. The buildings are too high to allow to observe the phenomena in direction of the Mount Valérien. I will try tomorrow to position myself at the Andre Malrault Park, opposite my home, on the climbing site, which should enable me to observe the phenomenon under good condition if it occurs again.

[Female firstname]

Observation made at La Défense de la Grande Arche

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