"In Hurley, Mississippi during a tornado watch, my mom and I looked out the window and saw static electricity bouncing off the entire yard of six vehicles," reports Chris. "They were popping everywhere. Then we saw five crackling blue orbs come down down the road and sounded as loud as a pack of Black Cat fire crackers going off. They began to spin and dance on the ground.
"They were beautiful! They acted as if they were alive. They danced, separated, disappeared, formed again, then all spun in circles around each other until they finally vanished. It was beyond anything I've ever seen one. I told some one about it they called it will-o'-the-wisp."
Thanks for that excellent report, Chris. Usually, a will-o'-the-wisp is described more like a ghostly, flickering light -- much like so-called spook lights are described. What I think you saw (and which could be related to spook lights) was ball lightning -- in fact, an amazing display of ball lightning. This phenomenon is often seen as "dancing", separating, and moving around in a way that almost seems intelligent, just as you described, and often appears in relation to thunder storms. Count yourself lucky for having seen this terrific and rare light show.