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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Seul Choix Point Light, Gulliver

The Seul Choix Point Light, built in 1895, stands in the Upper Peninsula in Gulliver where there is a harbor of refuge. Seul Choix was named by the French and translates to "Only Choice" as it is the only areas where boats can take refuge along this part of Lake Michigan. The tower is 79 feet tall with a cool 10 sided cast iron lantern. Many people say it is haunted! Strange happenings have been reported including silverware that moves, the strong smell of cigars and the sound of someone climbing the lighthouse steps. Some believe a lighthouse keeper is still at work.

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