The Mysterious Paulding Light

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The Paulding Lights (also known as ‘The Dog Meadows Lights’) have been a mystery in Michigan for over 40 years. According to legend, many years ago a railroad worker was murdered and this light is now the lantern that lights his way as he is out seeking revenge. Another legend says a worker was killed on the tracks when he was crushed between two trains. Even another legend states that a father was out looking for his lost son with a lantern when he was killed by an oncoming train. Some people claim the light is a natural phenomenon caused by glacier gases and the headlights of cars. No matter what the legend, these lights have been appearing and leaving spectators in awe for years. Here’s a clip of the mysterious Paulding Light in action.

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6 Responses to “The Mysterious Paulding Light”

  1. Piper says:

    Is it just me or are there two little red lights to the left of that light? {Lower right if your facing the screen for those of you who are confused with what is your left and right.}

  2. Piper says:

    Okay so I watched the unedited virsion. I really don’t know what to say about this one.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrnZVTzQ06Y

    Just a light that someone flashes from far away at you?

  3. Kristin says:

    It seems like a car headlight that could be refracting in the fog. I also see the two red dots, making me think of tail lights.

  4. Kristin says:

    Ok, after watching the unedited version, it doesn’t seem like that. That’s really hard to tell.

  5. Steve says:

    Car heading towards and red lights are tail lights going away

  6. Nohko says:

    …Damn that was bright. If it is car lights then that’s the brightest pair of lights I’ve ever seen. I can freeze about two dozen deers with that amount of brightness pulsating through.
    I can’t tell what the hell it is.

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