Into The Light: An Exploration of the Spook Light Phenomena

2017-08-31T19:00:29+00:00

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It seems that day after day more people are jumping the paranormal community bandwagon. From bloggers to documentarians it seems like the community is growing at an exponential rate. In an ocean jam packed with fish, it is at times hard to pinpoint the people who are truly dedicated and working towards answering the questions we are all asking. Luckily I have had the pleasure of becoming friends with Josh Heard and David Glidden. Josh is a documentarian who has created multiple documentaries including the Brush With Evil series, and David created the popular YouTube series Haunting History. The hours put in and support given to their colleagues, Josh and David should be examples to people looking to actually make a difference in paranormal research. That being said these two ridiculous dudes are reaching out to the community for your help. The documentary, Into the Light: An Exploration of the Spook Light Phenomena, is currently in production and our dynamic duo are looking for generous people to help fund the completion of their project. If you are wondering, what the heck are spook lights, well let me fill you in.

Spook lights present themselves as small balls of light, usually blue in color, which appears at particular locations. The lights are usually a staple of the community appearing on such a regular basis that multiple sightings are reported each year. Having a seemingly frequent paranormal event, many people have become interested in the anomaly looking for answers to their existence. Theories ranging from ghosts to UFO and geological happenings, the answer to what spook lights are has yet to be answered. Hopefully, with the research done by Josh and David in their upcoming documentary Into the Light: An Exploration of the Spook Light Phenomena, we will be a few steps closer to understanding what creates these incredible paranormal phenomena.

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