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“Old time” keeper greeted attendees at Crisp Point open house


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Michigan’s once endangered Crisp Point Lighthouse hosted an open house, which was hosted by Carl and Marcia Jahn who took their RV trailer to the remote location to greet visitors. Carl dressed up in his lighthouse keeper’s uniform and for the next seven hours played lighthouse keeper. Carl was so convincing to those who let their mind drift back in time they actually thought they were talking to a lighthouse keeper of yesteryear. Over 100 people made the trek out to the remote lighthouse near Paradise on that Wednesday afternoon in July.

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