Lake Malibou

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“The Lady of the Lake” is the nickname given to a woman who used to swim around here before her death at an old age. She is said to wear a swimming cap and is seen either swimming to, or on the island in the middle of the lake. Another fun reason to visit is because the scene of Frankenstein throwing the girl into the water was shot here.

(Submitted by Chris Berglund)

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Geographic Information

Lake Malibou, CA 91301
United States

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34.107, -118.757
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
Agoura Hills, CA (2.3 mi.)
Agoura, CA (2.7 mi.)
Westlake Village, CA (3.9 mi.)
Oak Park, CA (5.0 mi.)
Thousand Oaks, CA (6.4 mi.)
Malibu Beach, CA (6.5 mi.)
Hidden Hills, CA (7.0 mi.)
Calabasas, CA (7.6 mi.)
Malibu, CA (7.7 mi.)
Las Flores, CA (8.4 mi.)


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