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Mrs. Dickens was also told that once her father was in the snow and lost his way, and the lights in some way to interact with him and said that he had lost his way and headed in the wrong direction. They led him to a small cave where he could hide and spend the night, and the largest of the fires all the time to be near him. Lights were able to "explain" to him that are spirits from the past. Waking up in the morning, her father discovered that the lights are definitely indicated his mistake. He waited for the storm and did not get lost, and was able to easily get to the house from the place where it led lights.

Various explanations of this phenomenon comes from the local Indians. One theory states that a group of Indians and cut deceived, escaped death only by their conductor. And so it is believed that the lights would symbolize a conductor, still trying to find his people.

Another legend says that the lights are a ghost Chisos Apachesa, the leader of the Indians Alzate. He and the people of this tribe betrayed and sold into slavery in Mexico, and he managed to escape. After the death of the leader continued to defend his people, pointing the way for him with his glowing spirit.

The white Americans in this respect has its legends. One of them told me that in the 1850s in the mountains of the Mexican Davis, the attack on the family rancher, robbed a house, raped his wife and daughter, and left his family to starve, and hid themselves in the Mitchell Flats and hid the loot there.

When the rancher returned home and learned what had happened to his family, he went in pursuit of the bandits had driven them to the cave, and then some shot, and the others burned alive. They say that Marfa lights — either Mexicans looking for loot, or the owner of the ranch, which is with a flashlight in hand, looking for their money.

Still there is a version that the lights are camping, Human haunted passengers, who were traveling in the train, which destroyed the Indians.

Sometimes right in front of the lights can turn to people or animals. It is alleged that after one of the witnesses, to meet "face to face" with the ball and began to pray, he took the form of a teenage girl. Another man allegedly touched by the fire, and he turned to his neighbor.

A resident of Fort Davis, Joe Datchover heard flying lights were talking to each other. And Francisco Kviroz watched yellow light down on a tree. When the sun came up, he saw that the tree in this place sits owl. In the belief that it is a witch, which alters their appearance, he shot a bird and killed it.

Ghost lights

This, much like UFO phenomenon, which is often a message arrives, a small glowing objects that appear close to the ground, at night, in a place frequented by a good reputation of evil spirits.

"For example, in the United States near the Hornet community on the border of Oklahoma and Mississippi have repeatedly seen the ghostly lights Hornet."

"In Missouri gravel road, about four miles in length, known as the Road of ghostly lights, or the Devil's Path, is also home to the regular appearance of ghostly lights."

And the most well-known will-o'-the-wisp of North Carolina most often appears on the coast or near the railroad tracks, in the very place where a few times saw the ghost of the person moved the train back in 1868.

In Arkansas talk about light Girdona. The light is there, where he was beaten to death by a working railway. And curled in Georgia fire usually hangs above the rails, where during a train derailment killed a semaphore signaller.

Once two patrol officers, who were traveling in the car late at night on a deserted road in Maryland, much astonished, making out, as a kind of yellow spot of light moves straight to them. They stopped, and so did the light, hovering in front of them at the height of twenty feet.

As they slowly moved the car forward, the fire moved away and began to build up speed as they speed up. As soon as they were able to even the speed and catch fire, he seemed to be surrendering finally flew away and disappeared somewhere in the rural expanse.

Truly shocking produce pulsating dancing balls, often appears in the town of Silver Cliff Cemetery in California. All the attempts of scientists to explain this phenomenon may have failed.

These lights were observed in the Brown Mountain in North Carolina. Eyewitnesses describe them as "spherical, burning red flame like firecrackers." They usually appear one after the other, rising from the ridge, and then instantly disappear.

Many studies have observed some elements of logic in the behavior of the ghost lights. It happens that the glowing balls persecute people or lure them away, or give way to them. The northern peoples encountered a strange disease: the patient comes out of the tent, rushes away from it for luminous formations, and eventually dies …

Mystery night lights Marfa

In North America, commonly known enchanting glow, called "night lights Martha" (named after the Texas city of Marfa). They are often seen east of the town in the direction of the mountains Cheenath on the Mexican border.

Marfa lights resemble flickering yellow lights or headlights. They scour the air, sometimes while spinning, and then disappear. It is interesting that they were seen from outer space orbit and our astronauts. Locals often seen and even shot on film dancing lights pulsating reddish-white. Computer test shots showed that the lights are not a reflection of lights or other man-made lights.

Of these fires had been mentioned in the traditions of the Apache Indians. They said that it is — the spirit of a brave warrior with a broken heart, looking for his squaw.

Elvira Pena of Redford's double chased mysterious balls. The first time the fire flew over her car, and she could not tear himself away. Then the fire suddenly disappeared.

The next time she thought that she was going the other car with bright orange lights. But suddenly the lights suddenly flew off in different directions …

Joe Skelton seen them seven times. He describes a case in which he was riding at the ranch, located near the McDonald Observatory, and behind him in a pickup truck was driving his friend. Both machines had radio. Both drivers saw the lights on the hills, but what is even more interesting, it seemed, there was interaction between the lights and the people.

Every time Skelton reported by radio to a friend about these lights, they went out …!

UFO researcher Harley Rutledge, who has studied these lights, claims that there were cases where they seem to respond to his desires and actions.

Another researcher, Jeff Brady, argues that the plain Mitchell Flats glowing ball flew quite close to him and hung at the head, as if studying it. When Brady took a few steps in the direction of the object, the ball changed color from green to red and then suddenly split in two, and then an unknown force Brady lifted up and thrown to the ground.

Marfa lights have begun a new legend. It is said that during the Second World War, the two pilots were killed in the mountains in pursuit of these lights, and at other times the jeep, riding towards them, was gone, and when he found the passengers had only one sock. At this jeep drove scientists: some have disappeared and others have found in a hysterical state.

A resident of Martha Ellen Dickens said: "I watched the ghostly lights of a lifetime and do not remember that they have done me any harm, but fear. They like to go after people at night in a pasture around haystacks, but the animals seem to be not afraid of them. "

Mrs. Dickens was also told that once her father was in the snow and lost his way, and the lights in some way to interact with him and said that he had lost his way and headed in the wrong direction. They led him to a small cave where he could hide and spend the night, and the largest of the fires all the time to be near him. Lights were able to "explain" to him that are spirits from the past. Waking up in the morning, her father discovered that the lights are definitely indicated his mistake. He waited for the storm and did not get lost, and was able to easily get to the house from the place where it led lights.

Various explanations of this phenomenon comes from the local Indians. One theory states that a group of Indians and cut deceived, escaped death only by their conductor. And so it is believed that the lights would symbolize a conductor, still trying to find his people.

Another legend says that the lights are a ghost Chisos Apachesa, the leader of the Indians Alzate. He and the people of this tribe betrayed and sold into slavery in Mexico, and he managed to escape. After the death of the leader continued to defend his people, pointing the way for him with his glowing spirit.

The white Americans in this respect has its legends. One of them told me that in the 1850s in the mountains of the Mexican Davis, the attack on the family rancher, robbed a house, raped his wife and daughter, and left his family to starve, and hid themselves in the Mitchell Flats and hid the loot there.

When the rancher returned home and learned what had happened to his family, he went in pursuit of the bandits had driven them to the cave, and then some shot, and the others burned alive. They say that Marfa lights — either Mexicans looking for loot, or the owner of the ranch, which is with a flashlight in hand, looking for their money.

Still there is a version that the lights are camping, Human haunted passengers, who were traveling in the train, which destroyed the Indians.

Sometimes right in front of the lights can turn to people or animals. It is alleged that after one of the witnesses, to meet "face to face" with the ball and began to pray, he took the form of a teenage girl. Another man allegedly touched by the fire, and he turned to his neighbor.

A resident of Fort Davis, Joe Datchover heard flying lights were talking to each other. And Francisco Kviroz watched yellow light down on a tree. When the sun came up, he saw that the tree in this place sits owl. In the belief that it is a witch, which alters their appearance, he shot a bird and killed it.

Many Mexicans believe that meetings with fireballs dangerous. In the evening, they do not let children walk, because, according to legend, the witches turn into lights and look out for Martha, whose soul would be stolen.

They say that in the area of Lomas de Arena is a place where young witches learn to fly. If 'Light Witch "hit a rock, the next day you need to carefully scrutinize all the girls: the one that comes with bruises or scratches, and there is a witch. A local woman told the investigator Brian Holman, when her grandmother and some friends were sitting in front of the house, standing near a tree burst into flames. They watched in horror as someone dancing in the fire, and then began to pray. The flames immediately disappeared, and the next morning it did not find any traces of fire.

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Scientists differently explain the phenomenon of wandering lights. This may be the plasma balls, fireballs or even tiny meteorites.

One theory states that the ghostly lights — a secret government project to create a new laser weapon. Ufologists argue that in the mountains there is a UFO base, from which there are balloons …

Although ghostly lights are rarely the source of danger, they prefer places where the tragedy took place earlier, apparently shows some possibility that life could exist in some form, at another level, quite unknown to earth science.

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