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The 1954 French flap:

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between October 15 and 20, 1954, Briare, Loiret:

Reference number for this case: 15-20-Oct-54-Briare. Thank you for including this reference number in any correspondence with me regarding this case.

Summary:

In his 2014 book on "close encounters of the third kind in France", author Julien Gonzalez indicated that Le Journal du Centre, of Nevers, for October 21, 1954, published such a observation located in Briare, in the Loiret, having taken place between October 15 and 20, 1954, at an unknown hour.

An inhabitant (undoubtedly anonymous) of Briare had claimed to have been photographed by a small being dressed in a white jumpsuit covering him entirely except in front of the eyes protected by "a brown mica." The operation finished, the little man shook the hand of the witness, went towards his saucer posed 50 meters away in a field and in front of which was a second being. They then "entered the craft which immediately took off and disappeared."

Julien Gonzalez added that the journalist who reported this in an ironic and mocking article, said he had heard the story of this witness on the radio the night before.

He pointed out that there is no trace of this observation in the Loiret press despite extensive research in the archives of La République du Centre and Le Journal de Gien.

Reports:

[Ref. jgz1:] JULIEN GONZALEZ:

The author indicates that there was a report of a close encounter case of the third type, in Briare, in the Loiret, between October 15 and 20, 1954, at an unknown hour.

An inhabitant of Briare claimed to have been photographed by a small being dressed in a white jumpsuit covering him entirely except in front of the eyes protected by a brown mica. The operation finished, the little guy shook the witness' hand, went towards his saucer placed 50 meters away in a field and in front of which was a second being. They then entered the craft which immediately took off and disappeared.

Julien Gonzalez adds that the journalist who reported this observation, in an ironic and mocking article, reported that he had heard the story of this witness on the radio the night before.

He reports that there is no trace of this observation in the Loiret press despite extensive research in the archives of La République du Centre and Le Journal de Gien.

The source is given as Le Journal du Centre, of Nevers, October 21, 1954.

Explanations:

Carte.

This as all the characteristics of a journalist's invention.

Keywords:

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

Briare, Loiret, single, anonymous, photographed, occupant, small, outfit, jumpsuit, white, mask, mica, brown, saucer, landing, field, radio

Sources:

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Document history:

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1.0 Patrick Gross September 6, 2021 First published, [jgz1].

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