Pensacola Lighthouse

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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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    2081 Radford Blvd
    Pensacola, FL 32508
    United States

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    30.34602257093037, -87.30819922689989
    Escambia County, Florida
    Nearest Towns:
    Warrington, FL (3.3 mi.)
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    Bellview, FL (8.0 mi.)
    Goulding, FL (8.4 mi.)
    Gulf Breeze, FL (8.6 mi.)
    Brent, FL (9.5 mi.)
    East Pensacola Heights, FL (9.5 mi.)
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    1. When I went there and got out of the car my stumic turned and started to hurt like someone punched me in the gut and the pain never went away. While I was In the house I got a little head ache but when I walked into the room where the murder happend I felt a really great amount of pressure in the my and got really cold. I left the light house parking lot I felt better.

    2. I’ve lived here my whole life, but I’ve only been there once. Went down into the basement area and instantly the air felt extremely heavy. As if someone was pushing my head together with their hands. Went up stairs to the bedroom and felt better. Was with friends though and decided to jump the wood barrier and touch the bloodstain. Haven’t felt the same since to be honest. It’s been two years kinda scared to go back.

    3. I’ve been to the ghost hunt along with going on my own during the day when I am here for school, so far I haven’t experienced anything. Someone around me said once she felt someone touch her hair, but as far as me, nothing. Going to go to one next week, so I will see.

    4. My sister once went there on a field trip with her class and they were all going up the stairs and she was in the very back with nobody behind her and something ( probably the spooko master ghost ) tugged her hair enough to hurt

    5. circuscommando  |  

      Look through the window. we took this last summer. This shed has since been updated, and the window has been covered.

    6. When I was a little girl my brother was painting the dense for his eagle scout badge. During this time we got permission to camp outside the light house in the grass. I remember looking up at the lights as they turned at night and saw a figure that was wearing a dress. The dress was blowing through the wind. And on another day I was walking up the motel stairs outside and the certain to one of the rooms was open and the rocking chair was moving like someone was sitting in it but there was nobody there.

    7. Visited last week:

      Was sitting in the basement, on a bench, watching the Ghosthunters reel they had playing, and I decided to say out loud “Hello Ella” (the name of the woman that died in childbirth at the lighthouse). Suddenly, the power in the basement (& whole house) went off. It was placed pitch black in the basement. All I could do was call out my spouse’s name, who had been heading for the staircase to go back upstairs. As I got up, the lights flickered back on for a seond & then went out again as we climbed the stairs toward the daylight streaming through the first floor windows. When we arrived on the first floor there were as a staff member going to the breaker closet, trying to figure out what had happened, but the weather was fine & there was nothing else that should have caused the whole house to go black.

      Ghost or power surge, it was an interesting experience to be in the basement where they say a lot of ghostly activity happens!

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