At the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula is one of Michigan’s oldest and largest lighthouses, It was built in 1858 to guide ships into Grand Traverse Bay. It is believed that former Lightkeeper and Captain Peter Nelson still haunts the old lighthouse. Nelson settled in Northport and became the lighthouse keeper from 1874 to 1890, but some say he never left. Volunteers at the lighthouse have claimed to hear voices in the hallway and footsteps on the hardwood floors.
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