Paulding Lights

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There have been reports of two lights, one bigger than other (20 feet or so). Eyewitnesses believe it is the spirit of a slain mailman and his dog.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Bruce Crossing, MI 49912
United States

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46.534978013339476, -89.17860373291012
Ontonagon County, Michigan
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  1. From what I saw, there is no way that these are headlights or anything resembling headlights. We watched for a good hour and the color and shape kept changing.

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