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October 6, 1954, Chamousset, Savoie:

Reference number for this case: 6-oct-54-Chamousset. Thank you for including this reference number in any correspondence with me regarding this case.

Summary:

The regional newspaper of the Communist Party The Allobroges for October 11, 1954, reported on page 2, that Mr. Charles Oyant, postman in Chamousset, as well as the neighbors, had "attended a curious phenomenon. A ball of light resembling the moon is dancing, while changing shape and color. A human shape is vaguely emerging. After thirty minutes, everything disappears."

Reports:

[Ref. als1:] NEWSPAPER "LES ALLOBROGES":

A mailman, Mr Charles Oyant, of Chamousset, as well as some neighbours, witnessed a strange phenomenon. A ball of light resembling the moon started to dance, while changing shape and color. Moreover, a humain figure was vaguely distinguished. After thirty minutes, everything disappeared.

[Ref. jsr1:] JEAN SIDER:

Jean Sider indicates that on October 6, 1954 at 08:30 p.m. in Chamousset, Chamoux, Savoie, Mr. Charles Oyant, postman in Chamousset, and unnamed neighbors had attended a curious phenomenon. A ball of light resembling the moon begins to dance, while changing shape and color. "In addition, a human form is vaguely (sic) seen. After thirty minutes, everything disappears."

Jean Sider indicates that the local source is "Les Allobroges", Grenoble, October 11, 1954, page 2.

He notes that the story is much too succinct to be exploitable, but that this communist newspaper, like its fellow in ideology, dispensed a very strong anti-saucer spirit throughout the wave and even afterwards.

[Ref. lcn1:] LUC CHASTAN:

Luc Chastan indicates that in Savoy in Chamousset, on October 6, 1954 at an unknown hour, a postman, as well as his neighbors, observed a weird phenomenon. A ball of light resembling the moon begins to dance, while changing shape and color. Moreover, a human shape vaguely appears. At the end of thirty minutes, everything disappears.

Luc Chastan indicates that the source is my website at ufologie.net

[Ref. lcn2:] LUC CHASTAN:

Luc Chastan indicates that "There are 4 observations where an explanation of the observation is perhaps possible" in France, and indicates that for "Chamousset (73) on October 06, 1954", "This observation could be a confusion with the Moon".

Explanations:

Insufficient information.

Keywords:

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

Chamousset, Chamoux, Savoie, Charles Oyant, multiple, ball, luminous, occupant

Sources:

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Document history:

Version: Created/Changed by: Date: Change Description:
0.1 Patrick Gross March 5, 2004 First published.
1.0 Patrick Gross January 20, 2009 Conversion from HTML to XHTML Strict. First formal version. Addition [lcn1].
1.1 Patrick Gross June 17, 2010 Addition [lcn2].
1.2 Patrick Gross October 6, 2019 Addition of the Summary. Explanations changed, were "Not looked for yet. Lack of information will likely prevent any discussion."

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