Go Back Report # 1471


- In the early evening on or about this day, Salvador Villanueva, a taxicab driver, was trying to repair his broken-down car out in the country near Ciudad Valles, Mexicowhen he was joined by two short, human-looking men. They were only about four and a half feet tall, and they wore one-piece gray garments made out of corduroy that covered even their feet. They also had on wide, shiny black belts, metal collars, and small-black shiny boxes connected to the collars on the back of their necks. Under their arms they carried football-style crash helmets. Because it was raining, he invited them to shelter inside his taxi, where they had a conversation that lasted all night. They spoke Spanish with a strange accent. The spokesman eventually told him they were from another planet, which Villanueva scarcely believed, but he accompanied them to their craft. While walking there, he noticed that the mud puddles did not get their feet wet and that their belts glowed whenever the mud was repelled. The UFO was disc-shaped and looked like two soup plates joined at the rim, with a shallow dome on top with portholes. It rested on the ground on three spheres that acted like landing gear. He was invited inside, but declined to go. The two men climbed up some stairs to get aboard. Glowing white, the vessel zigzagged upwards, and then shot up vertically, making only a faint whistling sound. A 40-foot circle of broken bushes was left behind at the landing spot. It's possible the presence of the UFO may have caused his car to malfunction.        

(Sources: David F. Webb & Ted Bloecher, HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, citing APRO Bulletin, April 1955; Jacques Vallee, Passport to Magonia: A Century of Landings, case # 116, citing Flying Saucer Review, March 1962.)    

Reference for the above text is: Website: ufoinfo.com:      

UFOCAT PRN – 19544 [DOS: 08-MM-1953]  
UFOCAT URN – 019571
Flying Saucer Occupants by Coral Lorenzen, p. 108, © 1967 
UFOCAT URN – 088919 Encounters With UFO Occupants by Coral Lorenzen, p. 216, © 1976 
UFOCAT URN – 087716 Piece for a Jig-Saw by Leonard Cramp, p. 173, © 1966          

UFOCAT PRN – 19544 [DOS: 08-17-1953]   
UFOCAT URN – 019528
Computerized Catalog (N=3173), #0492 by L. Schoenherr, no © date          
UFOCAT URN – 019529 Les Extra-Terrestres by Jader Pereira, p. 029, © 1974           
UFOCAT URN – 068110 Flying Saucer Review, January 1970, p. 11     
UFOCAT URN – 157249 BUFORA Vehicle Interference Report by Geoffrey Falla, 005-05, © 1979        
UFOCAT URN – 019530 Project Grudge/Blue Book Special reports 1-12          
UFOCAT URN – 019544 The Humanoids: FSR Special Edition #1, by Charles Bowen, p. 032, © 1966 
UFOCAT URN – 064184 Ted Phillips investigation files, case #055      
UFOCAT URN – 082048 Physical Traces Associated With UFO Sightings by Ted Phillips, case # 055, CUFOS, © 1979      

UFOCAT PRN – 19544 [DOS: 08-18-1953]   
UFOCAT URN – 019533
A Century of Landings (N=923) by J. Vallee, # 116, p. 204, © 1969     
UFOCAT URN – 073228 World-Wide Catalog of Type 1 Reports, #0279 by Peter Rogerson, no © date   

UFOCAT PRN – 178941 [DOS: 08-18-1953] 
UFOCAT URN – 178941 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # 03109, © 2002         

UFOCAT PRN – 19544 [DOS: 08-20-1953]   
UFOCAT URN – 019543
Pablo Petrowitsch investigation files, no date of publication       

UFOCAT PRN – 19544 [DOS: 08-21-1953]   
UFOCAT URN – 115331
HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, A0218 by D. Webb, no © date        

Central America – Mexico, San Luis Potosí         
Ciudad Valles   Latitude 21-59-33 N, Longitude 099-00-27 W (D-M-S) [populated place]       
Reference: http://geonames.nga.mil/ggmaviewer/    

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