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Date written:December 14, 2007
Date received:December 14, 2007
Date published:January 12, 2008
Date of sighting:December 2006
Place of sighting:France, between Paris and Lyon
Original language of report:French
Reported using:e-mail
Unreleased information:Name, firstname, email address
Investigation, additional information:None
Explanation:Not looked for

The report:

Subject: Triangular daylight Ufo
Date: December 14, 2007
From: [Firstname] [Name] [alias]


Visiting your wesite rather regularly, I decide to report the observation I made last year in December, on SNCF [railway] line Lyon-Paris. It nust have been ten or eleven o'clock in the morning. I had sat on the window's side and my glance wandered on the cold countryside. Suddenly, I see a dark gray triangle operating a slow half-turn at an altitude of approximately three hundred meters. It moves away initially at slow speed. Its proportions appear gigantic to me: four times an airliner, I would say. It glides into the air, then, without transition, but with an unbelievable power, it disappears suddenly towards the horizon. All the scene lasted only a few seconds. The TGV [French high speed train] slipped by at sharp pace, the UFO too. I lost sight of it almost at once. The fact remains that I was awestruck by the power and the grace which emanated from it. The acceleration particularly impressed me. I am not a specialist in aeronautics, but to my knowledge, no known terrestrial machine is likely to have such a behavior. I am unaware wether the UFO emitted a noise, for, I repeat that I was locked up in an train car slipping by train at sharp pace. It was a superb and fugacious spectacle, a little worrying all the same, since I feel the need to let it out of my memory one year later.

Cheers for your patient and rigorous work of compilation and analysis,

[Firstname] [Name]

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