Paulding Lights
I plan to see this (unless I chicken out LOL) next year, as it's only about 1 1/2 hours from the cabin we go to every summer in Northern Wisconsin. My best friend's co-worker saw it this past summer. He and a friend went and brought his dog. He said as soon as the lights started, the dog went absolutely crazy with fear. He said he will never go back there again.

Here is what the guy who posted the video to Youtube had to say:
The Paulding Light also known as "The Dog Meadow Lights" have been a mystery in Upper Michigan for over 40 years. To this day you can see them on almost any night! Personally I first witnessed this strange light in february of 1999, and to my surprise the ghost light moved towards us floating in mid air and it looks exactly as if someone was carrying a lantern. As it started to get closer to us it would vanish and start all over again each time moving towards us faster and FASTER! There are some haunting legends for this phenomenon for example, some say one night around forty years ago, a railroad switchman while holding his lantern was crushed to death between two cars while trying to signal the engineer. Others say that an engineer was murdered along the old railroad grade that runs parallel to the road the light appears. Another story tells about a man out late one night carrying a lantern looking for his lost little boy in the woods. Supposedly, the man was hit by a train and his ghost continues to search for his son! Some people even have claimed to have seen the "GRIM REEPER" floating across the road near the light!! Skeptics say it is nothing more then car lights in the distance or glacier gas. But no matter what it is, you are still fascinated and spooked while viewing this bizzare light as it starts walking towards you!! I ended up using these clips in my movie by the same name.
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Looks cool, those lights have been explained almost beyond the shadow of a doubt, but that's besides the point. The thrill is going there and being mystified.  Don't look it up, this is a great family and adventure moment.
I hope no one will post the explanation.

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