Like others, he experienced something way beyond the normal along the Route 16 corridor. Back in the late 1970s, he was camping when, at 2 or 3 am, he was woken up. It wasn't a noise that stirred him. Actually, the night was quiet, almost too quiet. What woke him was light. "The whole area around the camp, as far as I could see, was lit up like daylight," Davis says.
Stratton may have its fair share of baffling stories, but Davis thinks every place has mysterious happenings. The difference is that, in a big city, anything unusual is drowned out by the noise and glare of normal life. In a small town like Stratton, though, the unexplainable sticks out. "It's more noticeable," Davis says. "People in the middle of nowhere are going to be more attuned."
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