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We would be joining Upper Peninsula Paranormal Research Society (UPPRS), for this investigation. UPPRS is a well-known group in the Mid West and a TAPS family member. Its founder and field director is Tim Ellis. Upon arrival, Tim introduced us to Brad Blair, historian and lead investigator as well as the other team members, Lance, Matt, Michelle and Ryan. They were already busy unpacking equipment.
Entering the keeper’s quarters, we found ourselves in a small parlor, surrounded by the past. An antique piano sat against one wall, covered with a collection of photographs of past light keepers and their families.
Three ladies sat in the room chatting. One of them stood to greet us, introducing herself as Marilyn Fischer, President of the Gulliver Historical Society. Joining her was Shirley Wardwell, Vice President of the Historical Society and Polly Merrell, lighthouse tour guide.