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The region’s administrative centre Komotini is a bustling city, and neighbouring Alexandroupolis is home to one of the largest lighthouses in the Mediterranean.
In the movie, Anya and Cass die after getting attacked by the bear, Josie willingly lets herself be subsumed by the Shimmer, and Dr. Ventress gets absorbed into the energy of the lighthouse.
But with each gruesome death comes an equally enlightening revelation about what's going on in The Shimmer, and Lena and the psychiatrist continue onward toward the lighthouse.
Hazy light pierces, signaling always the presence of the lighthouse.
Leading the team is Dr. Ventress (Jennifer Jason Leigh), a psychologist determined to get to the source of the Shimmer, believed to be the lighthouse.
When that lighthouse needed repairs, Congress authorized money for the present one in the 1860s.
Wisconsin Exposition Center, State Fair Park, 640 S. 84th St., West Allis. (414) 771-4071; milwaukeenari.org North Point Lighthouse: The museum exhibits a wide variety of artifacts about the lighthouse and its keepers.
The lighthouse is named after the S.S. California, which sank nearby in 1891; construction began in 1914, and two years later the 98-foot-high landmark was finished.
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