The mysterious phenomenon of the Min Min Light will be unveiled in a new television series called Australien Skies.
And no - that's not a typo it is "AustrALIEN" and it is a three part series about mysterious phenomena from across Australia.
Part three is "Search for the Min Min Light" and features a trip to the Boulia region to investigate a legend of Australian folklore called the Min Min Light.
Director and producer of the film, Don Meers has told many stories about mysterious events around the globe, and said he had wanted to capture the Min Min Light for some time.
"Boulia is known for being the ground zero for this legend, so we wanted to go out and have a look for ourselves," Mr Meers said.
"We had encounters with lights that match the description of the Min Min".
Mr Meers said he believed the Min Min Light was a mirage after talking to experts.
"We interview a scientist who was working in the area and talks about his scary encounter with the Min Min Light and how he then studied the light for three years and wrote a paper about it in 2003 called 'The Min Min Light and the Fata Morgana'," he said.
"In that study he describes how it is a mirage caused by a climate condition known as a temperature inversion and it was like a periscope pipe where it projects an inverted light into the sky."
Mr Meers said the Min Min Light name had become an umbrella term used to describe a strange light people had seen in outback Queensland.
"What differentiates it from other lights that other people may see, is altitude," he said.
"The Min Min Light generally sits close to the ground from most accounts from witnesses, and the other characteristic is distance.
"Usually people will see this strange light from their campsite and think it is a headlight so they walk towards it and the light gets further away. But when they return to the campsite, it gets closer again."
Mr Meers said the film interviewed locals on when and how this light came about.
"We got a lot of the history of the light," he said.
"The locals were fantastic to deal with and only happy to help us out and allowing us to film."
The film will launch in Boulia on October 19 at the Boulia Shire Hall and will then be available on streaming platforms including iTunes, Netflix, Xbox and PlayStation.
Courtesy: North West Star