Los Angeles National Forest - Gravity Hill

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A tragic accident happened near the Glen Memorial Park cemetery back in the 1990s. A bus driver lost control of the bus tipping it down the Gravity Hill killing all the students onboard. Legend has said that not only if you place your car out of gear it would move upwards the hill but also with a blacklight you will be able to see hand marks in back of your vehicle. Maybe it’s the children’s spirits helping to pull up your vehicle.

(Submitted by Abraham S)

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Geographic Information

13017 Lopez Canyon Rd
Sylmar, CA
United States

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34.309370005384636, -118.37873463467099
Los Angeles County, California
Nearest Towns:
San Fernando, CA (3.9 mi.)
Van Nuys, CA (9.4 mi.)
North Hollywood, CA (9.5 mi.)
Burbank, CA (9.7 mi.)
La Crescenta-Montrose, CA (9.8 mi.)
Northridge, CA (10.6 mi.)
Santa Clarita, CA (10.9 mi.)
Sherman Oaks, CA (11.7 mi.)
Universal City, CA (11.9 mi.)
North Glendale, CA (12.2 mi.)


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