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LA crazily has more than 55 active urban oil fields: About 3,700 derricks extract black gold from wells all over the city, and while hundreds of these bobbing metal rigs can be seen along La Cienega Blvd on the way to LAX, many more are disguised -- presumably so as not to offend people driving by in their oil-reliant cars.
One of these contraptions is tucked into the shell of a 14-story, pale yellow building in West LA on Pico Blvd near Genesee Ave.
The Stephens spent million building Murphy’s Ranch, an elaborate -esque compound that included massive concrete water and diesel tanks and a power station, but ran out of money before their plans for a mansion could be completed -- ironically, by famed African-American architect Paul Williams.
However, these gated and graffiti-covered ruins can still be explored by climbing a steep staircase above a creek bed in Will Rogers State Park.
During World War II, Winona and Norman Stephens, an LA couple with more money than sense, were persuaded by creepy German expat Herr Schmidt that, in the wake of Deutschland’s triumph over Europe, the American government would dissolve into anarchy -- and they’d need a bunker to hide out in ‘til the Third Reich got to town.A sign on the restaurant's front door Wednesday said the business was closed for lunch. I never met him, but a lot of people knew him and he would come in and eat," Yency Ruedas, who works at a Japanese restaurant nearby, told KTLA.