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Eventually residing on 170 acres, Goebel's Lion Farm was started by Louis Goebel, a former employee at Gay's Lion Farm who left the lion zoo when it moved to El Monte.Goebel began working at Gay's Lion Farm in 1919 and started off as a butcher of animals for the lions' food before moving up to feeder and grounds keeper.Zoltan did in fact survive the attack, a survival which was later credited by Mansfield to a ritual performed by Anton La Vey of the Church of Satan.
During the seventies and eighties, the now vacant Jungleland was used mostly as an informal skate and hangout spot by the locals.
Despite "No Trespassing" signs being clearly posted, the former animal pools were cleaned out and used as skate board pits, outdoor informal concerts called "Jungleland Jamborees" were occasionally organized on the abandoned land, and the entire area became referred to as the "Jungleland Wasteland" by the diverse crowd that hung out on the old zoo grounds.
However, recently Irene Avila sent me an article from the Press Courier dated February 11th, 1970 in which it discusses a mysterious black panther that had been haunting the area for at "least ten years".
So perhaps there is some merit to the legends that the panther lurked around the area for quite awhile.
Ranging from Disneyland, Knott's Berry Farm, and Universal Studios, business at Jungleland, and Jungleland itself, began to decline until finally it was forced to close its doors in October of 1969.
Any of the animals that Goebel did not keep were auctioned off that month to the public.According to several people below, the incident happened in 1963, the panther escaped from its enclosure, but never made it out of the park.It was said to have been found within a day or two and sadly shot and killed.Goebel recovered ownership of it through foreclosure, but entered into an agreement with outside partners to operate it.By the sixties, Jungleland rapidly increased in popularity and had by now acquired a variety of different animals.As I took the guided tour, I arrived in the kitchen and upon peering out the back window saw a large sign hanging on the back of the house at approximately basement level. It housed many of the animals used in movies between the 1930s and 1960s.It said "Wild Animals" with the words "Importer Exporter" above. As you drove up the coast, past the town of Thousand Oaks, you could literally see elephants and occasionally other animals chained to the side of the road advertising the zoo.Scenes from "Birth of a Nation", "Tarzan", and "The Adventures of Robin Hood" were all filmed there.Additionally, Goebel also leased animals to circus acts, provided an animal exportation and importation service, assisted in supplying animals to other zoos including furnishing many of the animals for the first zoo in Hawaii and even supplied most of the rhesus monkeys that were used in vaccine research for polio.A hippo sold for 0, a llama 5, a macaw 00, a tortoise 00, a tiger 0, a lion 0, and an orangutan for over ,000.As an aside note, in its last years, Jungleland played host to a birthday party for Jayne Mansfield's six year old son, Zoltan.