An enigmatic seaside tower on California’s Victoria Beach looks like something out of a storybook. Built in 1926, the 60-foot building, known as the “Pirate Tower,” is in reality a private staircase. So the story goes, its former owner, Harold Kendrick, had a deep passion for pirate culture and would hide coins in the rocks for local children to find. Today, the tower is locked to the public, but beach-goers may still explore its base and the surrounding waterfront.
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