Lumières Dans la Nuit: Mystérieux Objets Célestes et Problèmes Connexes. No. 99 (April 1969) through No. 235-236 (January/February 1984)
A large sequential run, comprising altogether 136 issues (lacking nos. 100, 142, and 199, two copies of no. 163), most issues 27 pp., of the scarce and long-running French review of ufology under the editorial direction of Raymond Veillith, containing essays and editorials on UFOs, meterology, astronomy and cosmology, extraterrestrial life, symbolism, craft landings, mysterious phenomena, anthropology, and other related topics. Illustrated throughout with drawings, diagrams, and photographs. 8vo. Orig. illus. wrpps, overall very good, minor scattered bumping. Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, France, 1969-1984. A fascinating look at a popular and strongly contested field of pseudoscience, from a magazine which began publication in 1958 and is still published today. Over its entire run, Lumieres Dans la Nuit has had only three editors. The journal was originally founded by a study group devoted to the less clearly delineated study of "mysterious celestial objects". Incredibly scarce; as of December 2015, WorldCat locates only one institutional holding in North America, although the extent of the holding is unknown. (Inventory #: 48383)
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