Just south of Astoria on US 101 is Cannon Beach. The shoreline is studded with monoliths, the largest is Haystack rock. Goonies fans will immediately recognize this seascape. When Mikey holds looks out to the ocean and sees these giant rocks jutting up from the water, he holds up One-Eyed Willy’s key (having previously taken it from the remains of deceased treasure hunter Chester Copperpot) and the holes in the key line up with rocks in the water.
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