No, and nor would I want to. Gene and I went to Monterey CA once to visit a friends castle. We knew he would not be there but had free reign to enjoy the castle, walk around, etc. A bad storm had gone through the property recently, the pool was drained and damaged, trees were still down and some windows were broken. Naturally, the first thing I wanted to see was the kitchen, Gene said he was heading for the huge garage.
While there, he saw the main circuit breakers and thought it would be fun to turn off all the lights. So he did. The house was totally black, mainly because the windows had very heavy drapes and they were all pulled. I was terrified. I kept calling to him, no answer and finally just sat down and waited. I could not see a speck of anything. We had only been married one month and at that point I carefully considered my decision. In June it will be 50 years for us, and I can tell you he never pulled anything like that again. I never want to be in total darkness again. I carry a purse size flashlight with me always, plus two small back up lights on my key chain. Our home has night lights all over, and if the power goes out, they all have a small battery backup, and can also be used for flashlights.
It happened again on Orcas Island, a part of the San Juan Islands in the Pacific Northwest. The entire island lost power, we were in our room in an old hotel. My trusty flashlight kept me comfortable until I finally fell asleep, because no one was really worried about it until morning.