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September 25, 1954, Beutre, Gironde:

Reference for this case: 25-Sep-54-Beutre.
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In a general catalog of observations of the Gironde written by the Bordeaux section of the CFRU, published in the ufology magazine Ouranos in the fourth quarter of 1973, it is said that according to the newspaper Sud-Ouest of September 28, 1954, the following observation took place:

On September 25, 1954, at 07:30 p.m. in Beutre, Mr. Pierre Debaj was on the D106 departmental road, coming back from Andernos, and saw a luminous ball, leaving a red trail, crossing the sky at a very fast pace from north to south.



September 25, 1954 07:30 p.m. Beutre V2 Axe 1

Witness: Mr. Pierre Debaj on the D 106, coming back from Andernos.

Luminous ball, leaving a red trail, crossing the sky at a very fast pace from north to south.

S.O. September 28, 54



SEPTEMBER 25, 1954 7:30 p.m. Beutre V 2

Witness: Mr. P. DEBAJ on the D 106, returning from ANDERNOS; luminous ball leaving a red trail, crossing the sky at very high speed, from north to south.

(S.O. September 28, 1954).

Note: "V 2" stands for "bad observations", a report for which it is difficult to rule out a misinterpretation.

[Ref. gep1:] UFOLOGY GROUP "GEPO":

09/25/54 (19) Beutre N5 F 107C T07



Probable meteor.


(These keywords are only to help queries and are not implying anything.)

Beutre, Gironde, Pierre Debaj, Andernon, ball, luminous, red, trail, fast, direction


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Document history:

Version: Created/Changed by: Date: Change Description:
1.0 Patrick Gross December 29, 2018 First published.
1.1 Patrick Gross April 12, 2022 Addition [gep1].
1.2 Patrick Gross May 26, 2022 Addition [ufa1].

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