Sorry, the video does not do justice to its story and the legend. I'd love to believe it, but it just doesn't prove anything. 1. The story is about a man who was holding a lantern struck by a train and died. WHY ARE THERE 3 OR FOUR ORBS when this is supposed to be the ghost of ONE MAN HOLDING ONE LANTERN? 2. Area is on a trail and close to a highway. CAR THEORY MAY HOLD TRUE, HOWEVER THE CAR NEEDS TO BE STOPPED AT THE SAME SPOT ON THE HIGHWAY TO CONTINUALLY ILLUMINATE THE WAY IT DID ON THE VIDEO -- HOWEVER, EVER THOUGHT OF 3 OR 4 MOUNTAIN BIKERS WITH LED LIGHTS? Most handle bar lights come with buttons that can be pushed to make different light patterns and brighter beams.
I am still quite skeptical. If this was true residual haunting, There would be a single light, and the light intensity should remain the same throughout the supposed time it appears.
The reason the light lasts so long is because its about a mile or so stretch of the road that the headlights is coming from and the hill there going down is bumpy and has dips so they drive slower and at times will cause the light to flicker and such. People see the light in different ways because of the way their eyes perceive different types of light. Once you film it you will see that what you saw with your eyes looked different than what you got on the camera, which leads into the whole "I saw it fly over me and such". A Physicist could destroy the tourist attraction of Paulding in a matter of minutes.
Who do you mean you wish someone out there can tell you what it is? You've had numerous investigators and observers tell you first hand that it is headlights! The Paulding Light has been debunked for over 20 years now!
I am 110% sure! It is headlights. Everyone that has seriously investigated this place has all made that conclusion by the end of their stay in Paulding. The fact is a majority of your people don't know much about physics and the laws of light and there superstitious. You take someone that does not know the rules of something and is superstitious and really wants something to happen, then you have a very bad combination. If you by the laws of light works via physics then you'll see that definitely headlights! The 7 mile or so distance from the vantage point to the highway makes all the eye witnesses describing the light and all the videos obvious that your dealing with headlights and how light works.
I am going by all the video I have seen online and from people I know that have been there and going by peoples descriptions. By knowing how light works it makes everything you hear about this light out to be natural phenomena that is caused by headlights from a distance.
I don't recall ever saying anything about having any video. I said that I have studied physics for quite some time and by all the eye witness descriptions and all the videos that these "believers" have put all over the net, it is very obvious that it is headlights. Plush if you look up the lay of the land on google maps and compare the vantage point to the stretch of HWY 45 that is about 7 miles away you can tell that those spots on eye level with each other while the rest is lower and from there the rules of light take over whenever a car passes by. A fellow investigator of mine debunked the Paulding Light in 86 and his article and findings are all over the internet.