Truth Frequency Radio
Aug 20, 2013

By Jim Axelrod, CBS News

 MARTHA’S VINEYARD, Mass. — It’s tough to beat the view from Richard Skidmore’s office.

He’s the keeper of the lighthouse atop the Gay Head Cliffs at the tip of Martha’s Vineyard — cliffs that are being chipped away by erosion.

There’s 47 feet between the cliff and the lighthouse.

“We’ve put a date of 2015. It has to be moved by that year … or it would tumble into the sea,” said Skidmore.

Which explains the lighthouse’s prominent place on the list of the country’s most endangered historical landmarks.

They need $3 million to move it as far as 500 feet.

“We are playing against mother nature,” said Skidmore.

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