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The Paulding Light - Watersmeet MI Real Haunts

   
  • Old U.S. 45
  • Watersmeet, MI
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Also known as Dogs Meadow Light, haunting sightings have included a red light that turns white and disappears. It is believed to be the ghost lantern of a railroad worker who was killed after falling asleep on the job.

There is also signage on how best to observe the phenomenon at the site because it's so popularly visited. The signage suggests to "Park along [the] forest road facing north. The light will appear each evening in the distance along the power line right-of-way."
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  • A little disappointed

    First, it was hard to find. It is well hidden. When I found the place the signage is no longer there. I stayed for a while but after seeing the lights (in my opinion) it seemed the it was just the car lights coming from the main road. Sometimes it made me question it and my husband and I have discussed it in length. All in all, I believe that everyone should see it to form their own thoughts on it. I did enjoy checking it out though

    Posted 10/5/16

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