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America's Most Haunted Lighthouse | Unexplained Cases (2022)

Written by:  Rick Garner Case Filed: 2/21/22 Executive Producer:  Rick Garner   This story begins in 1830 on the southernmost tip of Maryland. Although there are no photographs of the original structure, the first Point Lookout Lighthouse was 1 and a half stories tall and a third of the size of the structure you see here. The much smaller, original Point Lookout was built for three thousand, three hundred fifty dollars. In 1883, the second story was added allowing home for two keepers and their families and for lighthouse work to be shared. On September 20, 1830, the first keeper, James Davis, lit the light. And when Raymond Hartzel completed his duties on January 11, 1966, Point Lookout said goodbye to its last keeper of the light. Point Lookout had a total of 19 keepers - men and women. William Yeatman served the longest term from 1871 until his death in 1908. The property has been owned by the U.S. Navy, civilians and currently by the State of Maryland. The structure has been