I posted a story on here a while back, about an orange light spotted in my woods one night while me and the rest of my band members were taking bad photos. Well, when we first saw it, we thought it looked as though someone was carrying a lantern. So we went and checked it out and you can read about what happened next in the other story I've already posted about it.
We've seen it again since then, twice to be exact, it still carries its condensed inside a lantern form, but we've found out that it's responsive to music. We've only seen it when we've been practicing. We would play a song we have that sounds like a fifties song, and it will appear out in the woods. We would see it outside, go back into our place of practice, play that song, and go back out and it would be closer to us.
When it notices us outside, though, it disappears and reappears back out where we would originally see it from. So, we stood outside one night after practicing and started trying to communicate with it. Our lead singer started to sing "Earth Angel" and it came closer, not close enough to tell exactly what it was, maybe about 100 feet out. I tried walking to it and it went back to where it came from. Our singer kept singing, and as she sang "Earth angel, earth angel, will you be mine? My darling dear, love you all the time..." The glowing orange light started to sway back and forth, it was getting into the music.
So Sean and I busted out our acoustic guitars and we played every old sounding song like that that we knew, and it swayed with all of them, then it went away. So we finished up practice and everyone else went home.
The other night, I went outside to check on my dog because he was barking, and I stared out to where we usually see it, and it was about 2 a.m. So I thought to myself, "No one else is around..." I started singing Earth Angel. And as soon as I did, the light appeared and started swaying.