Fountain of Youth
Legend has it that the Fountain of Youth in Lewes was discovered by the area's first Dutch colonists in 1631. Perhaps this is true, for in the centuries that have passed Lewes has become a well-heeled bayshore community -- with lots of private docks for big power boats owned by suspiciously youthful, Dutch-looking rich people.
The tiny gazebo that marks the Fountain of Youth was built by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce in 1937. Curiously, the Fountain is now bone dry, and the rare, leftward-spiral conch shell cup that used to hang from the gazebo (said to boost the Fountain's regenerative powers) is missing.
A big sign next to the Fountain reads:
FOR D.A.R. MEMBER USE ONLY
If this isn't a conspiracy by the superrich, then what is?