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October 3, 1954, Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle:

Reference for this case: 3-Oct-54-Nancy.
Please cite this reference in any correspondence with me regarding this case.

Summary:

The regional newspaper Le Républicain Lorrain, of Nancy, for October 5, 1954, reported on page 6 that "on Sunday", therefore on October 3, 1954, many people saw in the sky of Nancy mysterious red and blue craft moving from east to west: "At an apparent altitude of 3000 meters, these spheres were flying at quite a brisk pace, without the slightest noise."

From the Brabois district, the "flying saucers" were observed by the many walkers who climbed the coast to get to Notre-Dame des Pauvres, the newspaper said.

The article may have said more, I only have the beginning. And it seems that the case was never mentioned in the ufological literature.

Reports:

[Ref. lrl1:] JOURNAL "LE REPUBLICAIN LORRAIN":

A dozen mysterious
craft furrow
the sky of Nancy

NANCY.-- Many people were able to see, on Sunday, in the sky of Nancy, mysterious red and blue craft moving from east to west. At a presumed altitude of 3000 meters, these spheres flew at a fairly high speed, without the slightest noise. From Brabois, the "flying saucers" were observed by the many walkers who climbed the hill to get to Notre-Dame des Pauvres.

[... rest is missing...]

Explanations:

Map.

Brabois is a district of Nancy.

Keywords:

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

Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle, multiple, craft, red, blue, high, sphere, fast, silent, Brabois, saucer, Notre-Dame des Pauvres

Sources:

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Document history:

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