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Man captures footage of a “ghost ship” on Lake Superior

There are many possible explanations that can justify people’s belief in the supernatural. But what makes it amusing and interesting is the mystery behind the captured evidence that is waiting to be unraveled. For instance, is Jason Asselin’s video of a floating silhouette caught in the foggy inland sea a ghost, UFO, or the son of God walking on water?

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Jason is a Youtuber who went on a trip to the Great lakes back in October 2016. While he was focused on capturing a scenic rainbow for a music video called “My Michigan,” he was able to see something peculiar from afar. It looked like an old multi masted sailing ship that gave him goosebumps. He first thought that it might be a UFO but couldn’t get a clear view of it and eventually it disappeared into thin air.

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Jason told CNN what he witnessed and said, “if there was a ghost ship sighting, Lake Superior would be the place for it.” Apparently, the region is well known for its many sunken ships and other maritime disasters. It was reported that there were more six thousand wrecked ships below the waves of the large inland sea.

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Some people claimed that it might be Jesus Christ that was walking on the water. Jason wasn’t able to find answers to the mystery himself. But as it turns out, according to CNN’s investigation, it was neither a ghost ship nor the son of god walking on the waves. It turns out the mysterious unidentified object was nothing more than a lighthouse that created an optical illusion or mirage as explained by a professor from Michigan State University named Mark.

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Jason agreed that he tried to make sense of what his mind had believed.

What do you think of the story? Do you believe it was all just an illusion? Write your comments in the comments section below.

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