Bunnell, James

James Bunnell

Bunnell, a Texas native with 37 years in the aerospace industry, relates his investigation of the Marfa Lights, which he also chronicled in three previous books (Hunting Marfa Lights, 2009, etc.). The lights are famous throughout North America, but particularly in the Lone Star State. Nov 30, 2015

Strange Lights in West Texas – Home

www.marfatxlights.com

“This website is the product of privately funded research into phenomena known worldwide as “MarfaLights” and referred to in this website as “MLs.” It is not often in today’s modern world that one can observe physical phenomena that seem to defy conventional explanations as MLs do. People fortunate enough to …”

 

In fact, both Williams and Cox—along with almost everyone else out there in far West Texas—say they’ve been seeing mysterious lights near Marfa for as long as ….. done lately has come from JamesBunnell, a retired aerospace engineer who had a vivid sighting in 2000 of lights glowing in the brush that changed his life. 

According to Judith Brueske, “The ‘Marfa Lights of west Texas have been called many names over the years, such as ghost lights, weird lights, mystery lights, or Chinati lights. The favorite place from which to view the lights is a widened shoulder on Highway 90 about nine miles east of Marfa…at this ‘official Marfa Lights …