Port Adelaide Lighthouse

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In 1912, when the lighthouse was at a different location, it was struck by a ship and fell into sea, killing the two lighthouse keepers: Henry Franson and Charles Mcgowen. Many people have said to have seen and heard their spirits in and around the lighthouse. It is also said that the lighthouse is haunted by two children: a boy and a girl.

(Submitted by Terren)

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Geographic Information

Black Diamond Square
Commercial Rd, Port Adelaide SA 5015

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-34.8424763, 138.50420050000002
City of Port Adelaide Enfield
Nearest Towns:
Cheltenham, AU (1.8 mi.)
Finsbury, AU (2.3 mi.)
Lefevre Penninsula, AU (2.8 mi.)
Grange, AU (4.0 mi.)
Welland, AU (4.3 mi.)
Croydon Suburb, AU (5.0 mi.)
Blair Athol, AU (5.4 mi.)
Prospect, AU (5.8 mi.)
Thebarton, AU (6.2 mi.)
Medindie, AU (6.8 mi.)


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