Gery Etienne, 16, an apprentice baker, took a walk through the woods, in the afternoon, to find mushrooms.
Walking along a known road, up a small hill, he found the vegetation to be very dense, the ferns almost the size of a man.
Etienne then observed a strange metal dome about 15 meters away.
When he pushed the ferns apart, to see more clearly, he was blinded by a bright, yellow-orange light, which arose from three rectangular tiles, located under the dome.
Etienne, indicated that the top of the object was separate from the bottom.
Then he was paralyzed and could not move and became very afraid.
The artifact began to rise slowly. The light grew dim.
He could see the object more clearly, It measured about 5 or 6 meters wide, and 2.50 to 3 meters high.
It had 3 or 4 circular windows, centered in the bottom.
At the top of the dome were three antennae, the longest about 1.50 meters.
The object rose straight up, with a shrill whistle sound.
In its lower part 4 pads retracted inside the object.
Etienne felt a warm sensation.
When the artifact was about 100 meters high, it disappeared at high speed, in 2 or 3 seconds, to the northwest horizon.
It left four flat, slightly convex holes (about .50m by 30 m wide) in the field.