Naga Fireball: The Past

mysterycollection By mysterycollection, 28th Nov 2010 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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A short historical account of the mysterious Naga Fireballs

A short history

The historical records of the event date back to the start of the 20th century as per the Wat Luang Temple in Phon Phisai, Thailand. Some records made by the British soldiers here in 1960s also hint at the existence of such phenomenon at that time. Many old people here claim to have witnessed the phenomenon all through their life. The event is a natural phenomenon for the locals who still believe that there exists a snake called Naga in the river and it fires these balls just like dragons do. This phenomenon was known to only a very few people of the world till 1990s but later due to media publicity the event became an international festival. It however is very unpredictable in its occurrence; sometimes it doesn’t occur at all disappointing the audience while other times it may display an excellent long show. Many have spent years hoping to watch the event with no luck but some get lucky at the first visit only. The number of Fireballs however differs every time like from tens to thousands per night. In 2001, around 3000 balls were balls were seen while in 2004 it let everyone down but again in 2008 it greatly entertained and mystified the crowd.

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Image Source: Thailand Impressions


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