Quarouble, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France. September 10, 1954. Marius Dewilde claimed to saw aliens and their UFO near by his home. It was 10:30 PM when he heard his dog barking, he took a flashlight and went outside to investigate. His house is near by a train track. He walked to the garden, found nothing en route, then spotted a dark mass on the railroad tracks less than 6 yards from his door. He thought at first that someone had left a farm chart there. His dog came, crawling on her belly and whining, and simultaneously he heard hurried footsteps to the right of him. The dog began barking, Dewilde directed the flashlight toward the sound of the footsteps. He saw 2 little humanoid figures at less then 3 or 4 yards away behind the fence. They were walking in a single file toward the dark mass at the tracks. They both dressed in suits similar to those of divers, they got on helmets, light was reflected off glass or metal in the area of their heads. They were about less than 3.5 feet tall, but could not make out any arms. Dewilde rushed to the gate, intending to cut them off from the path or to grapple with one of them. Then he was blinded by a very bright light from a square opening in the dark mass on the tracks. Dewilde felt paralyzed as he tried to move his legs. The 2 little ones seemed to be going toward the railroad. The beam of light finally went out and he could move his legs and headed for the track. But the dark object had begun to rise, hovering likely, and he saw a kind of door closing. A low whistling sound issued from the bottom of the object. The object ascended vertically till about 100 feet altitude, turned it east, and when it was some distance away it took on a reddish glow. A minute later it was gone, it was completely out of sight. Dewilde went back to the house, woke his wife up and went to a neighbor, he told them his experience and ran to the police station. In the next morning his report brought investigators from the air police and the department of territorial security. Several residents in the area reported of seeing a reddish object or glow moving in the sky at that time when Dewilde saw the object left.