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Top five haunted lighthouses in America

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There are many sites across the country that are home to some of the world’s most haunted locations. However, there is nothing like visiting a haunted lighthouse. Many of the lighthouses, especially those that are haunted, have some of the most interesting history and are absolutely breathtaking to see up close. Not to mention the view from the top of the lighthouse is just as amazing.

Here are the top five haunted lighthouses in America:

  • Heceta Head Lighthouse in Yachats, Oregon - Several entities have been sighted here, including one small girl who s responsible for setting off the fire alarm and moving objects around the keeper’s house. A second entity here is believed to clean up after workers and is known as the “Gray Lady.”
  • Owls Head Light in Owls Head, Maine - Mysterious footprints are found in the snow are believed to belong to a former keeper.
  • Point Sur Lightstation in Big Sur, California - Sightings near the visitors center have been reported of a man wearing a 19th-century keeper’s uniform.
  • Port Boca Grande Lighthouse in Gasparilla Island, Florida - Sounds of a young girl giggling and playing upstairs in the keeper’s house.
  • St. Augustine Lighthouse in St. Augustine, Florida - Many strange occurrences have been reported here, including the scent of cigar smoke, footsteps in the tower, a prankish girl having fun in the keeper‘s dwelling, a tall man roaming the basement and a poltergeist in the gift shop.

Though this is not a complete list of haunted lighthouses in America, it contains those highly recommended by the Treasure Coast Paranormal Travel Examiner. Keep checking back for more haunted lighthouses and other haunted travel destinations across the country.

Happy Haunting!!

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Please note: Some articles may include claims of paranormal activity, however, not all locations have been confirmed or investigated by the Treasure Coast Paranormal Travel Examiner. These locations may or may not be haunted and everyone will have different experiences.

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