Bug Lighthouse, originally built in 1870 and later reconstructed, has a long and rich history -- and on Sunday, paranormal experts will convene to discuss whether ghosts haunt the local beacon.
A presentation, "Is There Paranormal Activity at Bug Lighthouse?" will be held Sunday at the Floyd Memorial Library in Greenport at 3 p.m. to discuss hauntings, spirits and ghosts on the North Fork and across Long Island.
Current paranormal activity in Greenport will also be pinpointed, as well as famous Long Island haunted locales.
The East End Seaport Museum recently engaged a paranormal group to answer the question of whether or not paranormal activity exists at the lighthouse; findings will be discussed at the gathering.
An extensive collection of books on the paranormal are available at the Floyd Memorial Library.
Sunday's presentation is conducted jointly with the East End Seaport Museum and the Sleepy Hollow Paranormal Group.
Bug Lighthouse, located on a rock pile in the water just south of the end of is not the originally built 1870 structure.
The lighthouse is a detailed replica of the historic building that was burned to ruins by arsonists in 1963. In 2011, a documentary called "Long May You Shine," produced by Costello Marine and the presented a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the people who made the 1990 rebirth of Bug Lighthouse happen.
Have you experienced any haunted locations in Greenport or on the North Fork? Do you think there is paranormal activity at Bug Lighthouse? Share your stories in the comments section.