There are graffiti everywhere – ground, trashcans, woodpile, pipelines, on the rocks – everywhere. I started thinking like a principal or school guard as to who were behind all these grotesque arts. Is this left to be this way?
Besto? Pez? Alf___? Joneses? For the life of alphabets, a lot of these I can’t make something out of it. I’m guessing they left it complex for the investigators and the curious minds to wonder about it and decipher. This trail of enigmatic scribbles must be leading somewhere …
AHA! A graffiti-covered house … more clues! I bet it’s the original owner who did all these unconventional house decorations.
This dilapidated house, it’s iffy to get in. It’s like entering a haunted mansion. What if there are rats running around inside for dramatic effect? Or three witches with their eldritch laughter?
Ahhh … I feel content. My own room is not so bad afterall. 😀
Murphy Ranch was designed to serve as a hold out for fans of the Third Reich waiting for America to fall to the Nazis. Instead, the ranch was raided by U.S. authorities and closed in 1941. The abandoned buildings were transformed into an artists’ colony in the 60s and 70s, but were abandoned after the Mandeville Canyon Fire in 1978. Today the grounds of Murphy Ranch are uninhabited, dilapidated, covered in graffiti, and open to hikers.
Wait! Hold out! There is it! The CULPRIT!
Er?…. That the same suspect I caught in Venice Beach!
What do you think?
Or just …?
Last Call …
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Credits to Erica that I found out about this hike.