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In Dinan, department of the Côtes-d'Armor, France, on May 14, 1955 towards 11:45 p.m. or May 15, 15 minutes after midnight 15, Mr. Droguet, a professor or employee with the girls college of Dinan, was returning home after the movies. He was residing at the college, and it was at the time when he opened the metallic wicket of one of the college yards that he heard some little noise in the wicket, and that he received straight in the face a kind of dazzling beam of blue-green light. He was frightened, his knees started to shake, and he thinks that maybe his hair raised. He also felt like a kind of continuous vibration. At the end of a few seconds, he was accustomed to the light, and then saw an enormous and completely motionless and silent object, stationing approximately 1.50 meters above the ground in the college yard. There were two beings, who did not seem to pay any attention to him, moving about close to the craft. They were in kinds of diving-suits "which evoked the Michelin 'Bibendum', very bulky helmet, gloves, the whole of a metallic gray color. On their belly, they carried a black box from which many wires came out. They were approximately 1.60 meters tall. One of them was leaning to the ground, and seemed to pick up stones of the gravel path, the other seemed to check out the surroundings, and had approached a window which gave on an old boiler room. Mr. Droguet would have liked to run away, but was frozen on the spot at two meters of the wicket as if he were paralyzed; he wondered whether that came from the fear or if it was caused by the light aimed at him. Since he was standing there, he had the distinct feeling that there could have been a third being inside the craft, as he felt observed, and maybe this third being was operating the beam. He thinks he stood there about a quarter of hour, observing the operations of the beings, noting that the time appeared quite long to him. Finally, the two beings returned to their machine. Mr. Droguet distinguished like a central black hole at the underside of the craft, from where hung a kind of metallic scale of only a few bars. When the beings went up there, he clearly heard a metallic noise which seemed to come from the contact of their soles and the scale. When the beings were returned inside, the scale went up. He then felt a kind of aspiration, a draught like a suction of air, and the craft, still lit, rose up, revealing that it had a circular form, it seemed to rotate, with the black hole he had noticed in the center still visible and apparently motionless. When the craft was higher than the level of the top of the trees, all lights died out and he could not see anything anymore, and feeling able to move again, he rushed home.
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