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Beginning of November, 1954, Péronne, Somme:

Reference for this case: Beg-Nov-54-Péronne.
Please cite this reference in any correspondence with me regarding this case.


The regional newspaper La Voix du Nord, in the local issue for the Somme department for November 6, 1954, reported among other observations, that near Péronne, at nightfall, a schoolteacher, his wife and his daughter, had observed "the moves of a mysterious craft which finally moves towards Amiens."




Spinning top, ball, cone,
it's always
flying saucers!

Since the beginning of the week, the round of mysterious flying machines has resumed in the Picardy sky.

It is a jeweler from Montdidier, Mr. Duval, who, with his wife and her grandmother, sees an orange spinning top move, for ten minutes, above Rouvrel, Sains-en-Amiénois, Estrées-sur-Noye and Guyancourt.

Residents of Villers-Tournel confirm this statement.

In Camon, near Amiens, it is the entire municipal council which, its meeting over, contemplated for five minutes, four red balls moving at low altitude, then fleeing in single line towards Amiens.

Near Péronne, at nightfall, a teacher, his wife and his daughter also witness the moves of a mysterious machine who finally heads for Amiens.

Same version given by Mr. Loffroy, mayor, and Mr. Buttin teacher in Carrepuis.



Totally insufficient information.

If the witnesses were really near Péronne, the observed object going towards Amiens, it would give a direction of movement more or less towards the West.

Nightfall was around 6:30 p.m. there.


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

Péronne, Somme, teacher, couple, craft


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