Mysterylights Group Message 0100

Subject: Re: Electromagnetic fields
From: Barbara Huyser <barb@...>
Date: 13 Feb 2002 09:20

Sorry.  It's been such a long time since I've been
there, I've got the details all wrong.  It was quite a
spring break vacation during college 25 years ago. 
Not much of the trip was spent sober.

--- Brent Cater <bcater@...> wrote:
> >>They are seen very close to the border between the
> >>states of Missouri and Arkansas.  If you live in
> >>Arkansas, they are called the Hornet spooklights
> after
> >>the nearest town in Arkansas.  If you live in
> Missouri
> >>(which I did many years ago), they are called the
> >>Joplin spooklights after the nearest Missouri
> town.
> >>They are actually seen on the Arkansas side.
> Actually, the tiny hamlet of Hornet is in Missouri. 
> And when one leaves
> Joplin driving south
> down the State Line Road to see the spook light, the
> state line is the
> one between Missouri and Oklahoma, not Arkansas. 
> The Joplin Spook light
> is actually located in Oklahoma.
> Ted Phillips and John Carpenter produced an
> excellent videotape a few
> years ago called:
> "The Light at the End of the Road:  The Joplin
> Spooklight."  This tape
> is approximately one and a half hours long and
> contains a wealth of
> useful information , including videos  and still
> photos of the light.
> Mr. Phillips has been researching this light since
> 1964.
> Regards,
> Brent Cater
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