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Devil's Promenade Spooklight - The Spooklight - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Devil's Promenade Spooklight - The Spooklight - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Deep in the hills of Clark County Arkansas just south west of Little Rock near the town of Gurdon, there is a phenomenon that has been witnessed by hundreds, yet there is no explanation for what people have described as "spook lights" which is a common term for strange unexplained lights that have been witnessed by many.  Strange lights are actually common around the world and some refer to them as "will-o-the-wisp" or "fairy lights" among others...

Deep in the hills of Clark County Arkansas just south west of Little Rock near the town of Gurdon, there is a phenomenon that has been witnessed by hundreds, yet there is no explanation for what people have described as "spook lights" which is a common term for strange unexplained lights that have been witnessed by many. Strange lights are actually common around the world and some refer to them as "will-o-the-wisp" or "fairy lights" among others...

THE LOST DUTCHMAN MINE:  What strange secrets lie hidden near Superstition Mountain in Arizona? Did a lone miner really discover a fortune in lost gold here? And what strange force has caused a number of adventurers to die brutal deaths and vanish without a trace in this rugged region?

THE LOST DUTCHMAN MINE: What strange secrets lie hidden near Superstition Mountain in Arizona? Did a lone miner really discover a fortune in lost gold here? And what strange force has caused a number of adventurers to die brutal deaths and vanish without a trace in this rugged region?

The first official sighting of the Hornet Spook Light came in 1881. But according to the story, it dates back even further than that. Even today, amid the likelihood of a mundane modern explanation, the lights nevertheless remain mysterious.

The Hornet Spook Light: Eerie Road Ghosts or Car Headlights

The first official sighting of the Hornet Spook Light came in 1881. But according to the story, it dates back even further than that. Even today, amid the likelihood of a mundane modern explanation, the lights nevertheless remain mysterious.

Known variously as the Ozark Spook Light, the Hornet Ghost Light, the Joplin Ghost Light, the Devil’s Jack-O’-Lantern, and the Tri-State Spook Light it is, like the many other "will-o-wisps" lights, a mysterious glowing orb that has appeared regularly on this back road since approximately 1881, though some say it has been spotted by natives long before then.

Known variously as the Ozark Spook Light, the Hornet Ghost Light, the Joplin Ghost Light, the Devil’s Jack-O’-Lantern, and the Tri-State Spook Light it is, like the many other "will-o-wisps" lights, a mysterious glowing orb that has appeared regularly on this back road since approximately 1881, though some say it has been spotted by natives long before then.

Mysterious Spook Light Haunts Missouri Road for Over 70 Years

Mysterious Spook Light Haunts Missouri Road for Over 70 Years

No one knows what has caused this mysterious, haunting light for over 70 years. It has hovered over a desolate road in Missouri, spooking thousands of people. Listed by

The Linville Gorge of Western North Carolina has long been believed to be home to a peculiar brand of "spook light" as the locals call it, known throughout the region as the "Brown Mountain Light." This famous ghostly illumination is said to appear along the ridges of the Linville Gorge, with a few claims taking the legend at least as far back as the early 1900s, when members of a regional fishing club based out of Morganton, North Carolina, reported seeing the strange illuminations.  While…

The Linville Gorge of Western North Carolina has long been believed to be home to a peculiar brand of "spook light" as the locals call it, known throughout the region as the "Brown Mountain Light." This famous ghostly illumination is said to appear along the ridges of the Linville Gorge, with a few claims taking the legend at least as far back as the early 1900s, when members of a regional fishing club based out of Morganton, North Carolina, reported seeing the strange illuminations. While…

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