Well after seeing an article about this I thought I would do some research on it. I live in Michigan and was going to take a drive up to see it for myself but after researching it, the light looks totally fake to me.
In the videos it looks like nothing more than headlights.
For those of you that say "It's real! I've been there and its real! What I saw couldn't have been headlights!" I read accounts of the lights flying up into the air, coming right up to the person, even entering the car with them.
How come if there is all this crazy light activity there is no video footage available online? All of the video footage I have seen shows lights that look exactly like vehicle lights and from what I can tell always appear at the same point (at the road)
So for all of you saying the lights are real.....post evidence. I want to see some crazy light phenomena, not the same type of footage of headlights.
Even the video on this site looks totally like vehicle lights. (and bad focus)
Until we get some good footage.......100% looks like vehicle lights to me.
Post by kellythundercloud on Sept 11, 2009 18:44:39 GMT -6
Some of the stories people tell of course are fake. I will agree to that. Why don't I believe ALL of them? Well, I know that some people like attention and the hear other people tell stories of the light chasing them, so they want the attention too. I had a pathological liar for a friend once who saw the light with me and she was one who said that it followed her. I never believed anything she said, so I did not believe that. Especially because I was there with her that night!
However, I do believe some of the stories. Why? Because I have seen it do one unusual thing...move down the road. Also, I have head these stories from people who I know are unlikely to lie.
The people who say "It is real. I have been there." are telling the truth. If you go to the location, you will see a light at the end of the road. It is almost always just one light. If you think it is headlights, that is up to your judgement. I personally do not see how it can be headlights since I have seen it shining in full force when there are absolutely no cars around.
The video was extremely misleading! The recording quality was terrible and it did not capture all of the light's behaviors. Sometimes it is a faint red light that can barely be seen. Then it tends to gradually increase in intensity. Often after that, it will become a yellowish white that will vary moderately in intensity and eventually fade out. The fading is exactly what it does. It does not "shut off" as a car headlight would. The red light does not turn on or shut off as a brake or tail light would. I can videotape the light when I go see it later on this month. I cannot promise any footage of the dim red light because I don't know if the camera will pick it up.
The reason you haven't seen videos of the light doing crazy things is because it rarely does these things. I can't count how many times I have watched the light and I have only seen one unusual behavior! If you remain skeptic about the video (at least, if you think the people making it simply filmed a car and pretended it was the light) then you really should go to see it!
The fact is that a light can be seen at the top of the hill whether it is car lights or not. No one is faking seeing a light. So, it is real and the video is actual footage of the light that can be seen. The question is not "Is the light real?" but "Is it really supernatural?" and "Can it be explained?"