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The Possum Cop Chronicles

November 09, 2022 - 00:00
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A Lighthouse Tale A lone figure in a 15foot flat-bottomed skiff cuts across Aransas Bay in total darkness headed towards the Aransas Pass Light Station, aka the Lydia Ann Lighthouse, on a cold winter’s night in 1982. The lighthouse was taken out of service some 30 years prior, but the man in the boat intends to use it for a service of a different sort. He arrives at the dock, ties up the boat, and makes his way to the 65-foot tower. He climbs the spiral staircase until he reaches the lightless lantern. From behind the glass, he watches, and ...

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