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Flat Shell

ET-Michelin man

Landing Legs

Landing Trace

November 1954.

Maubeuge Nord, France M & Mrs Mozin were traveling to Maubeuge by car when they saw a light by the road ahead. As they approached, they saw that it came from the interior of an object shaped like a fat shell. This object was about 6 ft in diameter and 7.5 ft high, and rested on 3 1-foot legs. It was a whitish metallic color. A wide opening gaped in it on the side facing the road; within could be seen thick cables and a very stout space suited being about 4 ft tall, apparently about to step out. He was encased in “rolls” like the “Michelin tire man” and wore boots & a very broad helmet. His face was not seen. The Mozins passed within 15 ft of the object. The car’s headlights went out when it came within 300 ft of the object, and came on again 300 ft past it. The next day, Mr. Mozin found an 8” carbonized spot “giving off an odor reminiscent to benzene” & surrounded by 3 imprints 4” deep, on a circle of about 4.5 ft diameter.

Jean Marie Bigorne & Fernand Legarde






July 31, 1968.

Réunion Island (Indian Ocean), France

M. Luce Fontaine. "In the centre of the cabin were two individuals with their backs towards me. The one on the left turned right round and so faced me. He was standing, small, about 90 centimetres in height, enveloped from head to feet in a sort of one-piece overall a bit like the suit worn by the 'Michelin man". The one on the right simply turned his head round towards me, but all the same I had time to catch a glimpse of his face, which was partly masked by a sort of helmet.

Excerpt from FSR, Jan/Feb 1969
  June 20, 1976. Goodland, Kansas