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AIRPLANES BUT SILENT, BANYULS, FRANCE, DECEMBER 2005:

Basic indications:

Number:
FR0104
Date written:
December 22, 2005
Date received:
December 22, 2005
Date published:
January 16, 2005
Date of sighting:
December 22, 2005
Place of sighting:
France, Banyuls-sur-Mer
Original language of report:
French
Reported using:
e-mail
Unreleased information:
Name, firstname, email address
Investigation, additional information:
None
Explanation:
Probable airplanes.

The report:

Subject:
Date: December 22, 2005
From: [firstname.name]@wanadoo.fr

Good evening, I come to you by this email to ask you a question which, I think is more technical than anthing else. I do not think that what I have just observed directly belongs to the phenomenon UFO... Although...

I send this email to you fromthe extreme south of France (Banyuls-sur-Mer in the Pyrénées Orientales), it is 09:40 p.m. at the time when I write. It was 09:30 p.m. when I made the observation of 2 airliners ? The first at a rather low altitude which I would estimate at 2 or 3000 meters and the other which followed it, higher (5000?), they flew on a similar axis (from the North-East towards the western south "in direction of Spain"), they flew at a speed which I think normal and flickered all like two normal planes. All in all everything just normal. However, no noise, nothing. the noise of the water of the river downwards was not disturbed at all. Then here is my question: Why? a physical phenomenon? is it tests by the army with planes able not to emit any sound? is is vacuum energy "Tesla technology " already used (personally I think so, but well...) Therefore I remain dubitative and if this can make the all shebam advance I would be happy. I also wish you a very happy end of the year time, joy and happiness and all that goes with it. Thank you for your attention. [Firstname].

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