Thunder Bay Island Lighthouse

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Thunder Bay Island Lighthouse was built in the 1830s and was automated in 1983. The ghost of a former keeper named Morgan is said to reside here. His apparition has been seen walking along the shore and has been felt by lighthouse visitors.

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Thunder Bay Island, MI
United States

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45.037276876167894, -83.19420084354533
Alpena County, Michigan
Nearest Towns:
Alpena, MI (11.8 mi.)
Ossineke, MI (15.3 mi.)
Lost Lake Woods, MI (21.2 mi.)
Hubbard Lake, MI (25.7 mi.)
Lincoln, MI (26.6 mi.)
Harrisville, MI (26.8 mi.)
Posen, MI (29.1 mi.)
Hillman, MI (34.5 mi.)
Rogers City, MI (40.3 mi.)
Oscoda, MI (43.2 mi.)

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