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    Execution Rocks Light

    The rocks here were once a place where Revolutionary War criminals and other wrongdoers were executed. They were chained here at low tide and faced a slow, cruel drowning as the tide rose. The rocks were long a danger to ships, so the lighthouse was built in 1847. In the 1920s, the waters were also […]

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    Pensacola Lighthouse

    Tourists often feel cold spots throughout the lighthouse, and there is a general feeling that the spirit of a former lighthouse keeper remains on the premises.

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    Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse

    Strange noises and cold spots abound here. Some say they can feel “ghostly hands” on their shoulders, only to turn around and see nobody’s there.

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    Amelia Island Lighthouse

    The oldest working lighthouse in Florida. Is it haunted? Some say so. To register for a tour of the lighthouse please contact the Recreation Center at (904) 277-7350. Tours are the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month, and The Amelia Island Lighthouse property is open to the public for viewing on Saturdays from 11:00am […]

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    St. Augustine Lighthouse

    A famous haunted lighthouse featured on numerous television programs, including SyFy’s “Ghost Hunters”.