Renovation Projects Edit
Because of the age of the lighthouse, the Queen Lucy Lighthouse has been renovated many times during its existance. The first of such projects was in 1980, and since then it has been reinforced every ten years, the only exception being in the year of 1991, when a large storm brought winds of such force that many of the windows were broken, and caused the roof to partially collapse.
The "Twin Lighthouse" Edit
Many claim that the Queen Lucy Lighthouse is a haunted lighthouse. This story became popular after a small boat, the ship The Pacific Skipper rammed into large rocks off the coast of Beaverwick. Although nobody died in the accident, the captain claimed that he was heading straight for the lighthouse. Many residents in the area believed that this was proof that the lighthouse had a ghostly twin, which only appeared on certain dates. However, this phenomena is generally explained to be a result of the captain being off-track, or that the light source was one other than that of a lighthouse.