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Here you can walk the remains of a neighborhood that, literally, sunk into the ocean. There are ruins
of old foundations, boulders where outlines of old roads used to exist, and contemporary graffiti etched into stony walls. Oh, plus amazing views of the ocean.
Be aware that I believe this is still technically private property (note the no trespassing signs), so tread lightly. You have been warned! Here you’ll find the final resting place for mayors, war-vets, actors, musicians, religious leaders, and everything in between all dating back to the mid 19th century. You’ll see names that include Lankershimm, Bixby, Van Nuys and others that you’ll surely recognize as some of the most influential early residents of Los Angeles (or at least names of streets you’ve driven on). Read more: http://www.welikela.com/off-beat-weird-attractions-los-angeles/