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October 5, 1954, Mauriac, Cantal:

Reference number for this case: 5-Oct-54-Mauriac. Thank you for including this reference number in any correspondence with me regarding this case.

Summary:

In an article on the Web, in 2004, ufologist Didier Gomez discussed the 1954 sightings in his region, and noted that according to an article in the newspaper La Montagne, Aurillac issue for October 8, 1954, "A flying saucer reportedly flew over our region", on Tuesday, thus on October 5, 1954, around 4 p,m.

Didier Gomez indicates that the newspaper spoke of several hundred testimonies of residents of Mauriac who claimed to have observed an ovoid shape without wings, nor fuselage, shining in the sun as if its external surface were nickel plated.

Reports:

[Ref. dgz1:] DIDIER GOMEZ:

Didier Gomez discusses an observation on October 4, 1954, said to have occurred in Lavaur, and in his investigations he found that La Montagne, of Aurillac, for Friday, October 8, 1954, headlined:

"A flying saucer is said to have flown over our area, Tuesday around 16 o'clock".

Didier Gomez says that in the article, several hundreds of testimonies of residents of Mauriac are mentioned, they claimed to have observed an ovoid form without wings, nor fuselage which was shining in the sun as if its external surface were of nickel.

Explanations:

Map.

Insufficient information, plane or balloon possible.

Keywords:

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

Mauriac, Cantal, multiple, ovoid, oval, shining, metal, day

Sources:

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Document history:

Version: Created/Changed by: Date: Change Description:
1.0 Patrick Gross March 17, 2010 First published.
1.1 Patrick Gross September 14, 2021 Addition of the Summary.

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