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Mark Pointud, is spending 60 days alone on haunted light house.


Some folks have no damned clue not one even.

Would you stay in and old abandoned lighthouse with a scary well known haunted factor.

For all those adventurous paranormal enthusiasts, that post daily, would you sleep here? and then post some creepy abandoned building.This lighthouse is said to have legends told, that it has drawn folks insane.

I myself have always had a fascination with old time lighthouses, they often have always had some form of haunted tales to share. I am from Oregon and we have a few haunted lighthouses, or so they say. One such lighthouse is the Haceta light house.

The haunted lighthouse of Tévennec has been uninhabited for more than 100 years. One of France’s most terrifying places to live, will finally have a guest stay at the infamous lighthouse for 60 days.

http://www.inquisitr.com/2131573/haunted-lighthouse-of-tevennec-first-guest-in-100-years

The lighthouse of Tévennec has a dark and haunting reputation. Located a short distance from Pointe du Raz in western Brittany, France, the haunted lighthouse has had its share of people going insane, suspicious deaths, including children and people falling on knives, and ghost sightings, according to astory by Vice
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The alleged haunted’ lighthouse of Tévennec,  sits on a tiny isolated island off the coast of France near Brittany.

Haunted lighthouse of Tévennec, a short distance from Pointe du Raz in western Brittany, France. (Photo by Charles Marion. Courtesy of National Society of Heritage, Lighthouses and Beacons) Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/2131573/haunted-lighthouse-of-tevennec-first-guest-in-100-years/#zupRCDGv0ayl14MD.99

Haunted lighthouse of Tévennec, a short distance from Pointe du Raz in western Brittany, France. (Photo by Charles Marion. Courtesy of National Society of Heritage, Lighthouses and Beacons)
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Mark Pointund is trying to save the desolated light house and make it become a permanent landmark and a bigger part of their history. Mark plans to inhabit the lighthouse for two months, or 60 days. He plans to raise money, said funds to restore. the lighthouse and make it amore permanent place in history.

Pointud offered an explanation as to why there are so many haunted stories about the lighthouse.
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The man spending 60 days inside a known haunted lighthouse. Will he to go insane?

The man spending 60 days inside a known haunted lighthouse. Will he to go insane?

The man spending 60 days inside a known haunted lighthouse. Will he to go insane?

Pointud says”“Before it was a lighthouse, Tévennec was supposedly the residence of Ankou (the personification of death in Breton legends). When you sail the Raz de Sein without an engine, the current takes you directly to Tévennec. A lot of sailors have died there and that’s how the rock earned its reputation. After the state built a house out there, they’d send people to live there by themselves. Which wasn’t a great idea. Whenever it was stormy, waves could go all the way up above the roof, which ended with the house being completely destroyed three times in 100 years. Hopefully, things are a bit different these days.”
The National Society for Heritage, Lighthouses and Beacons crowd-funded project is called Light on Tévennec. Marc said he doesn’t believe in ghosts, though he respects other people’s beliefs. If the lighthouse is truly haunted and a ghost appears, Marc said he would try to snap a picture.
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Would you stay here for 60 days?

Beyond The Edge Of Reality.

Disclaimer: The following information has been provided to us and the article is based on the said information, we obtained. All allegations made are alleged, and the Paranormal Herald can not be held accountable for other parties information.

Paranormal Herald : Evan jensen

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MY NAME IS EVAN JENSEN A PARANORMAL EXPERT IF THERE IS SUCH A THING. I HAVE ALWAYS HAD SERIOUS INTEREST DEEP INSIDE THE PARANORMAL WORLD, NO I AM NOT TALKING REALITY GHOST SHOWS, BUT HAVE STUDIED AND WORKED TO GET A TRUE UNDERSTANDING OF DEMONIC TYPE PHEMOMENA AS IT DOES EXIST.

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2 thoughts on “Mark Pointud, is spending 60 days alone on haunted light house.

  1. I never had it in mind where light houses could be haunted, why is this? They have one here you can go through, claims being it’s haunted but I never researched as to why it’s supposed to be. Asylums, tragic deaths, stuff like that I can understand, even the old York Prison intrigues me in PA where I used to live, that I can see as being haunted, I’ve always wanted to go through it. A man I worked for when I was in my 20’s lived adjacent to it, the screams you would hear coming from it used to make my spine crawl wondering what on earth was going on! It was pretty brutal there in the early 1900’s. As for this lighthouse, I wouldn’t want to stay in it for two months, how about you? Not being because it’s supposed to be haunted, it would be my luck a tusami would go through, lol. Good story here, best of luck to him. Wonder if he’ll find out if there’s any residual spirits there, keep us informed okay?

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    Posted by spiritualwalks | June 19, 2015, 3:28 pm
  2. wow i want to by it hold a fund ra9iser and restore it?
    whewre is it find me contact numbers and lets seee if they will let me by the old light house.

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    Posted by BEYOND THE EDGE OF REALITY | June 20, 2015, 1:06 pm

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