The Ghost of the Kalahari seems to sit on the verge between a variety of phenomena. It has glaring similarities to the UFO phenomenon, the way it moves beyond the limits of physics and its pension for following cars on lonely roads mimic the actions of these suspected alien space crafts. But it is also named a ‘ghost’ and seems to line up with legends and stories of fairy lights from other regions around the world, and the local cultural belief treats them in the same regard. For many investigators, this is a challenging dichotomy to tackle . . .
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