For more than 200 years, there have been reports of an eerie apparition in Chaleur Bay. And in the Northumberland Strait.
Some describe a glowing ball of fire; others have seen a manned, three-masted. Those who have attempted a rescue remember approaching the glowing vessel, only for. The folklore comes to life on this coin as two local sailors push a dory into the rough surf. But is it real or is it an illusion?Some have theorized that the apparition is St. Elmo's Fire, a phenomenon in which electricity discharged from the.
Could be caused by a phosphorus discharge from the depths of Chaleur Bay, like the "will o' the wisp". Phenomenon, where a flame-like glow is seen at night in marshes and swampy areas. But the most popular and fun.