Orbs or weird lights

There are lots of orbs or strange lights known.   Some synonyms in English include: (per Wiki)

jack o lantern
friars lantern
fairy light
foxfire
hobby lights
pixie lights
hinkypunk

“In modern science, it is generally accepted that most ignis fatuus are caused by the oxidation of phosphine , diphosphane, and methane. These compounds, produced by organic decay, can cause photon emissions. Since phosphine and diphosphane mixtures spontaneously ignite on contact with the oxygen in air, only small quantities of it would be needed to ignite the much more abundant methane to create ephemeral fires.”

There are also the Naga fireballs of the Mekong in Viet Nam: “Glowing balls are alleged to naturally rise from the water high into the air. The balls are said to be reddish and to range in size from smaller sparkles up to the size of basketballs. They quickly rise up to a couple of hundred metres before disappearing. The number of fireballs reported varies between tens and thousands per night.”

Wes ermer's Sas Cron video
Wes ermer’s Sas Cron video

Some other reported occurrences of such lights are:

Hessdalen light in Norway
Martebo lights in Sweden
Paasselkä devil in Finland
Virvatuluke in Estonia
Fireship of Baie des Chaleurs in New Brunswick
St. Louis Light in Saskatchewan
Arbyrd/Senath Light of Missouri
Bragg Road ghost light (Light of Saratoga)
Texas
Brown Mountain Lights of North Carolina
Gurdon light of Arkansas
Hornet ghost light (The Spooklight) of Missouri-
Oklahoma state line
Land’s End Light of South Carolina
Maco light of North Carolina
Marfa lights of Texas
Oviedo Lights of Florida
Screven Spook Light of Georgia
Skinwalker Ranch lights of Utah
Summerville Light of South Carolina
The Paulding Light of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
Tunnel Dam Garden Center of Missouri
The Spooklight of Oklahoma
Min Min light of Outback Australia

mekong balls

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