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Mystery of the Paulding Light

Benjamin Radford is a research fellow at the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry and author or coauthor of ten books, including Bad Clowns.

Q: What do you know about the mysterious “Paulding Light” reported in Michigan? Any idea what it is?

A: Mystery buffs in Michigan’s Upper Pen in sula often seek out a lonely road at a remote spot in the woods near the Wisconsin border hoping to see a mystery known as the “Paulding Light.” Some come prepared with bug spray and beer, while others arrive empty-handed. All, however, harbor hopes of seeing the mystery for themselves. Lights such as those seen in the Upper Peninsula are often referred to as ghost lights or spook lights.

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