Dojo Media will be filming the third film in the series called AustALIEN Skies

MIN MIN: A grave situated at the site of the Min Min Hotel where nothing remains today except large areas of broken glass and maybe a Min Min Light. Photo: Boulia Shire Council
MIN MIN: A grave situated at the site of the Min Min Hotel where nothing remains today except large areas of broken glass and maybe a Min Min Light. Photo: Boulia Shire Council

Min Min Lights sometimes spoken of as spirit lights or even spook lights have mystified and intrigued travellers, generations of Indigenous and locals of Boulia alike.

These strange lights follow people at night in rural parts of the country and despite numerous theories there seems to be no scientific explanation to explain this phenomenon.

Dojo Media, a production company, will be heading to Boulia to try and debunk the mystery of the Min Min.

“Over the last four years we have been filming a series of films relating to the unknown and the third series will be filmed in Boulia. It's called AustALIEN Skies – a good play on words.”

“The film will cover strange objects that appear in the sky and the people who witness them. Most people have heard of the Min Min lights and we have been interested in covering this for sometime.”

The spokesperson said they would love to hear your stories, see your videos and photos about your experiences. If you would like to be interviewed contact Anna at the Min Min Encounter.