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Sunken City

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There’s enough tragedy and controversy wrapped up in the ongoing saga of Sunken City for a movie script plus a sequel. This stretch of beach contains the ruins of ritzy homes and streets that fell from a lofty height during a massive landslide in 1929. Over the years, the so-called “Sunken City” gained a cult following when urban artists covered the ruins with graffiti. Plus, it just became a cool rite-of-passage hangout, especially because of San Pedro’s “No Trespassing” edict for the area. Though many believe it should be open to the public and safety measures should be enforced, the area, as is, poses some very REAL dangers. People have lost their footing and fallen to their death on several occasions. For that reason, it’s probably smartest to stay on the right side of the law and heed the No Trespassing warning.

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