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Italian UFO Newsflash No. 369

From: Edoardo Russo <edoardo.russo.nul>
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 14:47:04 +0100
Archived: Thu, 28 Nov 2002 10:11:08 -0500
Subject: Italian UFO Newsflash No. 369


ITALIAN UFO NEWSFLASH

ISSUE NO. 369 -  4 OCTOBER 2002

by the Italian Center for UFO Studies
(Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici, CISU)

Contents:

CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH E.M. EFFECTS IN ORBASSANO


A clamor was raised all over Italy because of the mysterious
object sighted by a night watchman in Orbassano (Turin), in the
early hours of Saturday, 28 September.

According to the deposition given to Carabinieri policemen by
the witness who called them, the appearance of the UFO
phenomenon was preceded by control monitors in the surveillance
cabin failing, at the same time that the electronic-controlled
gate opened by itself in the truck rest-area.

The time was 4:27 a.m., and the young man went outside to
investigate what was going on. As he returned to his cabin, he
felt something akin to a slight breeze, which was accompanied by
a whistling noise. He then found himself enshrouded in a beam of
light emanating from above. Also, above a streetlamp he saw a
luminous disc approximately 3 meters in diameter rotating on
itself, which streaked out of sight after a few seconds, as if
swallowed up by the sky.

The witness awakened a truck driver who was asleep in his truck
in the rest area, but this man hadn't noticed a thing. In the
cabin, the monitor came back on. The frightened watchman then
telephoned the Carabinieri and, still shaken when the patrol
squad on duty arrived, recounted everything that had transpired.
He proceeded to repeat everything in a further deposition, which
took place that Sunday at their barracks.

[Ansa, 29 September; La Stampa, La Repubblica and Leggo, Turin
editions, 30 September; various national dailies, 30 September;
Luna Nuova, 1 October; L'Eco del Chisone, 2 October;
collaboration by Paolo Fiorino, Gian Paolo Grassino, Roberto
Labanti and Camillo Michieletto]


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This is the English translation of UFOTEL, a free phone/Internet
information service on UFOs edited weekly by  Edoardo Russo for
the Italian Center for UFO Studies (Centro Italiano Studi
Ufologici), available in Italian by calling +39-011-545294, or
by e-mail subscription, or on CISU website at
http://www.arpnet.it/ufo/ultime.htm

UFOTEL is a supplement to "UFO - Rivista di
informazione ufologica", published by the Italian
Center for UFO Studies, registered at Tribunale
di Torino,  No. 3670, on 19 June 1986.
Director: Giovanni Settimo.
Publisher: Cooperativa UPIAR, Corso Vittorio
Emanuele 108, 10121 Turin, Italy

Translated from Italian to English by:
Gary J. Presto, Freelance IT-EN Translator/Proofreader
1123 Revere Beach Pky., # 12
Revere, MA 02151 USA
Tel.: ++ 1.781.485.1683, Fax: ++ 1.781.485.1684
ICQ: 110502923, E-mail: gpresto.nul
Webpage: http://www.proz.com/translator/723



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(c) 2002  by: CISU,
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 108,  10121 Torino, Italia

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The CISU is a no-profit association whose aims are:
- to promote the scientific study of UFO phenomena in Italy;
- to help circulate information about UFO phenomena and studies;
- to coordinate national activities of data collecting and studying.

You may reach Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici:
- by mail: CISU, Corso Vittorio Emanuele 108, 10121 Torino, Italia
- by phone: +39 (011) 30.78.63 (24 hours UFO Hotline)
- by fax: +39 (011) 54.50.33
- by Internet e-mail: cisu.nul
- at the World Wide Web URL: http://www.cisu.org

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