In days gone by there was a King who had three sons. When his sons came of age the King called them to him and said, "My dear lads, I want you to get married so that I may see your little ones, my grand-children, before I die." And his sons replied, "Very well, Father, give us your blessing. Who do you want us to marry?"
"Each of you must take an arrow, go out into the green meadow and shoot it. Where the arrows fall, there shall your destiny be."
So the sons bowed to their father, and each of them took an arrow and went out into the green meadow, where they drew their bows and let fly their arrows.
The arrow of the eldest son fell in the courtyard of a nobleman, and the nobleman's daughter picked it up. The arrow of the middle son fell in the yard of a merchant, and the merchant's daughter picked it up. But the arrow of the youngest son, Prince Ivan, flew up and away he knew not where. He walked on and on in search of it, and at last he came to a marsh, where what should he see but a frog sitting on a leaf with the arrow in its mouth. Prince Ivan said to it, "Frog, frog, give me back my arrow."
im sorry to burst your bubble, but i live in the UP and i frequent the paulding light, most people on there first visit assume that the paulding light is the distant car tail lights in the distance, to me and anyone else that has seen the real "light" its not a question of if it exists, its one of what in the world is that. when the light appears its usually within fifty or so feet or closer, and its a giant glowing orb about 5 to ten feet across, its actually quite frightening the first time. ive probably been out to the road sixty times and only seen it 8 times. and i usually stay out there abut three hours ever time. to those of you who want to see something completely out of this world it worth the wait, i promise you, you wont be disappointed.
I guess you've "proven" that the countless experiences of the masses have been nothing more than headlights, Phil, with one supposed "expert's" ill-written article. I can most assuredly "prove" that you're in cahoots with Osama Bin Laden with the same written measures of hearsay. While you claim to be open to the possibility of a real light, have you spent enough time there on your own to debunk it or are you counting on others to provide you with the sufficient evidence? Take a good honest look at your proof's website sometime, and let me know if they really seem like someone you should just take at their word. Can you honestly think that a video camera could capture something so surreal (I'll admit that I believe a lot of the available videos are fake/headlights), or are you willing to believe that it requires a conscious mind to recognize?
Your proof man claims that "Through the research, study and investigations that I have completed and through continuing analysis, I hope to prove the existence of ghosts and life after death. I have amassed one of the world's largest collections of authentic spirit photographs, collected tape recorded voices and sounds of ghosts and some physical proof of their existence. I hope, in the upcoming years, to produce a paper on my studies of these elusive beings and further man's knowledge of what might lie beyond death's door." He provides none of this "collection" to the reader, other than a photograph of a woman sitting on a gravestone that could easily be a statue or altered photograph. He offers superior membership in his society over being a basic peon for a matter of $25, which to anybody rational will suggest that he's just a conman looking to make a quick buck off of the weak minded.
Not everyone claims it's a ghost, and that seems to be all that Mr. Karczmarek is an "expert" in. There are forces in this world beyond our understanding. More often than not, these "ghost lights" are never captured on camera to their full potential, although countless numbers of people claim to have seen extraordinary circumstances, myself included. Are they (we) lying, or do these forces require actual first-hand witness to have true meaning and understanding (earned, not granted instantaneously or by whim)? As one who's seen the Paulding Light, SilverCliffe Cemetery lights (probably the most amazing since you're right up next to them), and many others, and has never been able to capture any on film or camera in a way that does justice to their magnificence, I'll admit that I can't explain or prove them. But I don't feel the need to refute their authenticity to the world based on that.
Could i get detailed info on the 3 locations? I know of the one facing north towards U.S.45 on old U.S.45. Another location lists it on Robbins Pond road, but Robbins Pond road is to the left off old U.S.45 and you'd be facing west. Anyone who knows of the other 2 locations please chime in?