(pronounced ig-nes fat-u-i)  Arising from the desert like a mirage, Ignes Fatui,  from Medieval Latin meaning “foolish fire” are atmospheric ghost lights seen by travelers at night, especially over bogs, swamps or marshes. It resembles a flickering lamp and is said to recede if approached, drawing travelers from the afar. Created to bring light and continuity to the main street of Saguaro Man. By adding motion and dancing, changing and swirling light, it not only brings excitement and energy to the boardwalk at night, but brings the length of the road into focus as well, inviting walkers to further explore out into the darkness.