Post by Cathi Shaul on Sept 23, 2008 5:33:37 GMT -6
I posted on another question about the lights. Paraphrasing; Why hasn't anyone chased them down... My husband and I stood with many people watching for the lights this past Saturday. There were many skeptics in the audience. But the one light that no one was skeptical about; was white, got brighter as it came closer to us, and turned red and moved toward the ground. An impossibility for car lights. Car lights should have turned away from us, to the east, or gone away from us to the south west, instead of coming closer to us in the north. Car lights could not have changed from white to red as we watched them; and taillights would have moved away from us going south west or south east; again not coming closer and dropping down in front of us in the north. Say what you will; it was my 50th birthday Saturday night, I'm not spooked or "spooky" for that matter. What I saw WAS NOT car lights, it remains unexplained in my mind, and unexplainable for that matter, because there really isn't any explanation for it. Life has some mystery to it, that's what makes it fun and wonderful. I enjoyed it! I would go back again. Gotta love a good mystery!
It's amazing that you've PROVEN what the source of the lights are, but all these TV networks that have had it investigated for thier shows couldn't, and the US Government couldn't, and basically NO one before you could do that. On such a limited budget too, wow. I don't believe it. You wasted all that money on a helecopter and hotels, and such, for nothing, because you're not believeable.
Also, if you were planning on solving this, why wouldn't you wait until you had the money to get a video camera to prove it? Hell I would have, just to be known as the person who solved this 50 plus, year old mystery!
I have lived in Eagle River, Conover, and Land O' Lakes for my entire life, all 63 years. I have been to the light so many times I can't put a number on it. I have been there through thunder and lighting storms and could not see a friend standing 15 feet away but saw the light. I have been there in the fog and could barely see a flash light on the ground in front of me, but saw the light. I have been there in a snow storm and saw the light. In my younger days friends and I really wanted to prove that this light was car lights, head and tail. We did our own little experiment. With two cars, one heading north from Land O' Lakes and one south from watersmeet, on the roof of each we placed strobe lights and at a designated time drove toward each other, lights out except for the strobe and parking lights. My friend and I standing on the first hill off 45 where we always see the light never saw a strobe or parking lights but we did see the light. This took place in the early sixties. I am by nature skeptical about things I hear about, see in videos, or watch on TV, or read about in blogs. Unless I experience it first hand it's not real for me. I have come to a couple of conclusions based on my experiences at the light. One: There is a light that becomes visible and then disappears on basically a scheduled time period during the night and in all types of weather, at least enough so that it would rule out cars traveling along hwy 45 North or South. Two: Because at different times the light changes color, moving right to left, up and down, gets larger and smaller, moves forward and back wards, and at times comes with faint but noticeable sounds. My conclusion that the light is real. What it is, is debatable for me it could be environmental in nature, paranormal in nature, or dare I go there extraterrestrial, nevertheless until it is proving scientifically, by an accredited agency, all crack pots keep your mouth shut
I have to say i am NOT a "paranormal investigator". But I do come to the conclusion that the lights are in fact car lights. But my question is how can the lights travel that far from the highway and then just stop there I think that the real Question is how does the light just stay there. Ive been there quite a few times and I've spent the night there I've looked with binoculars and I've used other tools and I came to the same conclusion. For the person who wonders why his/her friends couldn't see it when they got close to it was because ITS LIGHT. Can you get close to the rainbow and still see it can you? Nope! I am not denying that it is cool to look at and admire but I believe the persons right.