The Lone Star State is no stranger to the supernatural, with a long history of spooky tales and unexplained phenomena. One of my favorites of these is the ghost lights that have been reported in various parts of Texas for decades.

These eerie lights seem to float and flicker in the darkness, sometimes hovering above the ground or following the path of a road. Although numerous attempts to explain them have been tried, the ghost lights of Texas are a fascinating part that continues to draw in both skeptics and believers. The website Only In Your State brings to the surface 3 of these mysterious ghost lights.


Marfa Lights

Through the vastness of West Texas is the small town of Marfa, known for its captivating and elusive phenomenon - the Marfa Lights. For as long as I can remember these mysterious orbs of light have mesmerized visitors and locals alike. They seem to appear on the horizon with no apparent explanation. Some describe them as flickering lanterns, while others believe they are spirits reaching out from beyond. Despite scientific investigations and countless eyewitness accounts, the origin of the Marfa Lights remains uncertain, captivating those who venture into the night to witness the lights.


Bragg Lights (Saratoga)

In the rural town of Saratoga, Texas, a ghostly phenomenon known as the Bragg Lights casts glows in the surrounding marshes and forests. These elusive lights, named after the nearby Bragg Road, have puzzled the locals for decades. They're described as floating orbs or flickering lanterns that mysteriously appear at night, visible through the trees and vanishing without a trace. Some believe the lights are the spirits of long-departed railroad workers, while others think there's more of a natural explanation. Despite various investigations, the Bragg Lights continue to baffle visitors.


Anson Lights

Not too far from Abilene in the heart of Jones County, Texas is the small town of Anson. It holds a chilling secret: the Anson Lights. These mysterious lights have perplexed both residents and visitors for years. The Anson Lights appear as distant glowing orbs, hovering in the darkness. There are those who say they are the restless spirits of Native American warriors, while others think they involve natural gases or electrical phenomena.

The ghost lights of Texas are a reminder of the mysteries that surround the state. From the Marfa Lights to the Bragg Lights of Saratoga, these illuminations stir up both curiosity and wonder. While science has tried to debunk these lights, the mystery remains. Whether they are supernatural entities or natural phenomena, the ghost lights of Texas remind us that even in today's world there are plenty of things that defy explanation.

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