Gibralter Point Lighthouse

Gibralter Point Lighthouse is the oldest existing lighthouse on the Great Lakes. Construction on the lighthouse started in 1803, and was completed for operation in 1808. Located on the Toronto Islands, the lighthouse has a certain notoriety for being haunted. Its first keeper, John Paul Radelmüller, was murdered on January 2nd, 1815 - supposedly by drunker soldiers from Fort York. His body was never found, though some claim to have witnessed his apparition, and heard his moaning ghost. 

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