Michigan's Eighth Most Haunted location is the Paulding Light phenomenon in the Upper Peninsula.

The Paulding Light - named after Paulding, Michigan, where it originates - is the name of a weird light display along Highway 45...the lights are small spheres of green, red and white.

The lights are said to be the ghosts  - or ghost -  of a railroad worker who was killed while trying to switch the railroad tracks.

Another theory says it's the ghostly presence of a Native American, dancing on top of the power lines.

Paranormal investigators have checked this out and walked away completely baffled. Even a crew from "Ripley’s Believe It or Not" came to investigate and couldn't come up with any logical explanation for the lights.

This is much more than just a rumor...this is fact.