Go Back Report # 1410

10-04-1954

 

"SAMEDI-SOIR" NEWSPAPER:

 

Must we go on?

 

...Or also, the 96 centimeters [tall] man, carrying [sic-wearing] a broad leather belt, shoes and panties [sic-underpants], which [sic-who] rose in the airs [sic] thanks to two boxes in the shape of pears, placed under each arm. This being was seen by Mr. Lacambre, forestry workman in Saint-Pardoux [sic- Perdoux1] (the Lot), on Monday, October 4, at 8:10 a.m., and the witness has even determined from the footprints that the small being fitted shoe size 21 [Europe standard]...

 

...Then only the facts would remain, logically unexplainable, which would constitute the true file on the Martians. One would then notice that this file is extremely thin, if not non-existent, and that in this business, there is much, far too much, literature.

 

MICHEL FIGUET ET JEAN-LOUIS RUCHON:

The two ufologists indicate in their book that on October 4, 1954, at 08:10, Mr. Lacambre saw at the edge of a brook within 200 meters of his residence, a small being of approximately 90 centimetre[s] in height and oddly dressed. It was brown, carried [sic-wore] a broad leather belt, leather shoes and carried [sic-wore] underpants. Under each arm he carries an object in the shape of a pear. The witness returned at [sic-to] his place to take his shotgun. Coming back stealthily, he found the small being bent, drinking drinks a water mouthful in the hollow of its hand [bent over the brook drinking water from his hands]. Then it collected stones which it put in its belt. Mr. Lacambre approached up to 12 meters and heard the creature utter: "ortou" or "ortin". It then flew vertically and disappeared from sight in 30 seconds.

 

MICHEL FIGUET:

During a purification of his UFO close encounters in France, FRANCAT, Michel Figuet received a letter of [sic-from] Mr. Bosc who informed him that the case was a hoax devised by its witness, Mr. Lacambre.

 

Reference for the above text is: URECAT - UFO Related Entities Catalog:

http://wiki.razing.net/ufologie.net/1954/4oct1954saintperdoux.htm

 

UFOCAT PRN - 106459

UFOCAT URN – 022545 Computerized Catalog (N=3076), #1364, by Jacques Vallee, no © date

UFOCAT URN – 077969 Newspaper clipping, article in the national newspaper "Samedi-Soir", October 14, 1954

UFOCAT URN – 106459 J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies, October 1954, p. 7

UFOCAT URN – 115386 HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, A0273 by D. Webb, no © date

UFOCAT URN – 171919 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # 03761, © 2002

 

Note 1: There is some confusion as to the correct spelling of the name of the town. The newspaper clipping has Saint-Pardoux, and while there are several towns which contain this name, none of them is located in the department of Lot, which is indicated in the text. There are two towns, however, named Saint-Perdoux, and one of them IS located in the department of Lot.

 

Europe – France, Midi-Pyrénées

Saint-Perdoux    Latitude 44-40-25 N, Longitude 002-02-55 E (D-M-S) [populated place]

Reference: http://geonames.nga.mil/ggmaviewer/

 



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