The Devil's Promenade: Inside the rural Missouri town haunted by mysterious light that even Army engineers are at a loss to explain. A photographer has lifted the lid on a famously unexplained light phenomenon that appears in an area of the Missouri known as the Devil's Promenade. Locals in the Ozarks hills say they have seen the light and heard the tales of it all their lives. Credit: Youtube/tubemediacom
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