Go Back Report # 1500




Location: Between Trénal & Condamine, Jura, France

Date: March 5, 1971         Time: 0110A

Gilbert Camus, a radio technician, was driving to his shop in Savigny when he noticed lights at the right side of the road ahead. As he approached, he saw that these were on a line of 8 bluish luminescent rectangles on the ground in a marshy meadow beside the road. Above them he could then distinguish, in the moonlight, a flattened hemispherical dome, apparently of dark metal, about 25 ft. high and 50 ft. wide. When he arrived near the object, he saw 3 “animals” on all fours, climbing up the road bank; their heads were level with his windshield, so they “must have been of great stature.” Their heads were like an ant’s with “a rounded lobe flanked by 2 other lobes swelling out like cheeks”; he saw no faces. In the meadow he could see about 20 more of these beings, some upright and others on all fours. His car had just passed them when it was filled with bluish white light from behind, as if a “ray” had been projected at him. He ceased to control the car, which spontaneously slowed down to about 12 mph, then recovering its initial speed as he reached the outskirts of Condamine. Later, when he took his clothes off, he found on his shirt, below the belt, several golden yellow rectangles about 1” by 2”. These disappeared after a few minutes. 3 days later, on his undershirt appeared similar chocolate brown rectangular marks, which persisted through 3 or 4 washings. The paint began to come off his car when he washed it. Most surprisingly he found himself completely cured of a liver ailment, which had given him excruciating headaches previously. In the meadow the next day was found a semi-elliptical imprint, about an inch deep, with a long axis of about 36 ft. Inside this trace the dandelions, elsewhere abundant in the meadow, were absent, and where it crossed a drainage ditch, the ice in the ditch was melted, and the water actually seemed still warm. At the edge of the woods beside the trace, a large tree branch was freshly broken off. In the snow were to be seen footprints like those of “shoes without heels”, some as much as 16” long.


Humcat 1971-39

Source: M. Tyrode, Fernand Lagarde                                                Type: C


Reference for the above text is: Humanoid Reports 1971 by Albert Rosales, #63.


UFOCAT PRN – 116220

UFOCAT URN – 094107 UFO Register by J. Bernard Delair, 1976, 044-099, © Contact International (UK)
UFOCAT URN – 116220 HUMCAT: Catalogue of Humanoid Reports, A1108 by D. Webb, no © date
UFOCAT URN – 172518 *U* UFO Computer Database by Larry Hatch, # XXXXXX, © 2002

UFOCAT URN – NONE    Humanoid Reports 1971 by Albert Rosales, #63


Europe – France

Savigny-en-Revermont   Latitude 46-38-08 N, Longitude 005-25-13 E [populated place - Bourgogne]

Trénal           Latitude 46-38-32 N, Longitude 005-27-56 E [populated place – Franche-Comté]

Condamine   Latitude 46-39-01 N, Longitude 005-26-26 E [populated place – Franche-Comté]

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



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