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Monday, 11. July 2005
Brown Mountain Lights
This site is devoted to unbiased, scientific information on the Brown Mountain Lights. Faculty and students at Appalachian State are investigating the Brown Mountain Lights, which are reported visible from several viewing points in the Linville area of the mountains of North Carolina. The lights are most often reported as small, star-like dots of light of a brightness comparable to stars. Motion of the lights has varied by reports, from slow movements to almost firework type action.
Caton's Brown Mountain Lights site
Some of the earliest reports came from Cherokee and Catawba Indians, settlers, and Civil War soldiers. Thousands have witnessed the spectacle, which is ongoing to this day. The lights have been investigated three times by the United States government, and countless times by private groups.
Warren's Brown Mountain Lights site
Today in the Online-Press:
Over the years, watchers have tagged the Brown Mountain Lights as everything from ghosts to UFOs to various natural phenomena.
It's not even really clear when people started talking about the mysterious lights.
An Appalachian State University physics and astronomy professor is chasing the elusive Brown Mountain Lights, a legend that has lured tourists for decades.
The article by News Yahoo doesn't exist anymore, so I deleted the link.
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