See the map for the precise location of the Round Room: past the fairgrounds 5 miles to the dump, left on next road (Wolf Mountain) for 1/4 mile, and before the dead end at the top of the mountain, a sharp left on a short dirt driveway. Reported to be an old water tank, local legend has it that Dr. Anton LaVey, founder of the church of Satan, had a commune here in the late 1960s. Rituals, séances and several murders were said to have happened here by people in white robes. Blood has been found, but no bodies; witnesses say cold spots and apparitions have been seen on the site.
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- Wolf Mountain Road and Orbit Dr.
Grass Valley, CA
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- 39.135648109496145, -121.10000512000624
- Nevada County, California
- Nearest Towns:
- Alta Sierra, CA (2.5 mi.)
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