Classic Mysteries—Alternate Perceptions Magazine, February 2016
Landing at the beach
by: Albert S. Rosales
Date: June 6 1974; Time: daytime
A student, D.X., had taken his parents camper out to the dunes where he could study quietly for his end of term exams. Taking a break from his studies, he strolled along the beach near Cap Blanc Nez. Topping a dune, he was surprised to see, at its base, a cube shaped object, about 3 meters per side and aluminum in color, sitting on slender, black tripod landing gear. No other features on the object were apparent.
The ground at the site was marshy and muddy. Standing next to the object were two human like beings a little over 4 ft tall, wearing one piece suits of a shiny, gray-white color, almost a metallic sheen to them; a slight fold or crease ran from the neck to the stomach. They wore tall narrow helmets on their heads with face plates that showed about three quarters of their faces. Their eyes were very large, their noses long and thin. Their hands were covered by what appeared to be inflated mittens. The witness did not notice their feet. One was about ten meters to his right, and the other to his left. The one on the right circled around the object and had no sooner rejoined the second when a third entity appeared. He was much taller than the other two, at least two meters in height (6’6”), and he came from behind the object, around the left side, and stood near the first two. Unlike the smaller beings, he wore no helmet. His features were human, and he had long blond hair. One of the smaller beings then made sounds coming from deep within his throat, which seemed to have a hypnotic effect upon the witness. At that point, the witness is unable to recall what happened next, as he appears to have “blacked out.” When he came back to his senses, everything had disappeared.
He was troubled about not being able to recall what had happened to him. He could find no traces of the object and the three beings at the site. Humcat 1974-86
Source: Joel Mesnard & Jean Marie Bigorne