A mysterious light in Michigan is continuing to draw the curious “I can see it right now!” Bob Anderson said excitedly, staring into the trees. It was a cool summer evening, and the 61-year-old from L’Anse had brought a few of his fishing buddies down a dead-end road into the Ottawa National Forest to see the famous, mysterious phenomenon known as the Paulding Light, which is said to appear frequently at a remote spot in the woods of the western Upper Peninsula.
Those who’ve seen it say it’s a bright white light, glowing deep inside the woods, changing size and shape before fading into the darkness. “Right now, down at the bottom of the gap — see it?” he asked. The other three guys craned their necks and tried to spot it, but didn’t. They looked unconvinced. Anderson wasn’t deterred. “I took a lot of skeptics down here, made them believers” he said. READ MORE