The thing that really stands out about the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse in the Keweenaw Peninsula is its rocky shore line. most of the other lighthouses I have been to in Michigan are along a sandy shoreline. I was visiting it with my family and the volunteers talking to visitors are wonderful people. they told my kids stories of the lighthouse being haunted and they got to tour the lighthouse and loved it. they told a story about a Coast Guard lighthouse keeper in the 1970s reporting many strange happenings at Eagle Harbor, including the sight of a faceless man in a plaid flannel shirt, the sounds of moving furniture and heavy footsteps on the second floor and lights turning on and off.When I climbing around the rocks to take photos I also found a survey marker on one of the rocks that I thought was interesting.
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