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“Lighthouse with a ghostly past”
It is rumored that the lighthouse's site got its name before the American Revolutionary War when British colonial authorities executed people by chaining them to the rocks at low tide, allowing the rising water to drown them. This is also the location of where the bodies of serial killer Carl Panzram victim's were found. In recent years, people have heard ghostly sounds and seen apparitions coming from the lighthouse. Experience the lightkeeper's experience and put the ghost rumors to rest! There is no water or electricity on the island, so plan accordingly. Overnight guests must provision own food and transportation. Air mattresses and bottled drinking water are provided. Portable camp toilet serviced by guest. No alcohol or tobacco products allowed on island. 3 rooms, 2 persons per room. $300.00/night/room, The cost is a contribution to the 501c3 to learn the lighthouse keeper's overnight experience and preserve the lighthouse. Overnight guests must bring their own bedding, food and ice. There are cots and air mattresses. 30 days prior no cancellation, no refund policy.
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Awesome to anchor and watch the nyc sunset , this place has a lot of history definitely Google it and read about it very awesome place to hang out in the boat in the middle of New York Harbor Read more
A light with a spooky history A lighthouse about a mile or so off the coast of New Rochelle. A unique light about 42 feet with no copies that I know of. It was built in 1850 and then rebuilt in... Read more
Execution Rocks Lighthouse
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