This lighthouse first blistered the skies with light on December 1, 1870. Two weeks later there was an unfortunate incident involving the light keeper, a bat, a wolf and some rats. The light keeper was last seen running toward San Francisco screaming, "I want you to believe...to believe in things that you cannot."
Fortunately, an immigrant, Count Miteeth, just happened to be in the vicinity and was looking for a night job; among other things. The Count hung around until the lighthouse was closed in 1975. At his going away party, there were lots of comments about the Count being long in the tooth and how maybe now, he could get some sun and maybe a tan!
(the above account is fictional)
Point Reyes National Seashore, California 2015
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