Ghost light

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Ghost light or ghostlight may refer to:

  • Atmospheric ghost lights, lights (or fires) that appear in the atmosphere without an obvious cause
    • Brown Mountain Lights, lights that can be seen from the Blue Ridge Parkway in North Carolina, USA
    • Hessdalen lights, unexplained lights observed in rural central Norway
    • Light of Saratoga, a legend from the Big Thicket region of southeast Texas, USA
    • Maco light, occasionally seen between the late 19th century and 1977 in North Carolina, USA
    • Marfa lights, a phenomenon reported in west Texas, USA
    • Min Min light, an unexplained light phenomenon that has often been reported in outback Australia
    • Naga fireball, a phenomenon said to be seen annually on the Mekong River
    • Paulding Light, a light that appears in a valley outside Paulding, Michigan
    • The Spooklight, a ghost light on U.S. Route 66
    • St. Elmo's fire, a weather phenomenon of an electrical aura
    • St. Louis Light, also known as the St. Louis Ghost Light, Saskatchewan, Canada
    • Will-o'-the-wisp, also called ghost-light in some countries, a natural phenomenon producing a ghostly light sometimes seen at night or twilight over bogs, swamps, and marshes
  • Ghost light (theatre), a light left lit overnight in a theater

Things named after ghost light(s)[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Gurdon Light, a mystery light located near railroad tracks in Arkansas, USA