Given that there were only four people tending the light house at any given time in the very early 70’s at Pt. Reyes California, it would be nearly impossible for anybody without a connected history to locate a U.S. Coast Guardsman doing that, and document it all (as the Waldos have done.) U.S. military records are very tightly controlled, including Coast Guard records. Military records centers will not tell any stranger/inquirer who was at that base, at that time, or who did any particular job there. The only way one can get an individual’s service records are to have their name, birthdate, social security number, place of birth, dates of military service entry and exit, and their authorized signature, or their next of kin’s authorization backed up with documentation of death. Now, over a hundred pages of embossed Official U.S. Coast Guard records serve as additional proof to back up the time, place, and parties involved in the Waldo’s events of 420 origin. (They are available to official press by arrangement.) This is on top of many other 70’s dated pieces of physical evidence proof already documented by press.