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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.Curious why such a strange sign was hanging on the back of the historic building, I of course asked our guide. Today the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza resides at the former site of Jungleland.But long ago in 1926, Goebel's Lion Farm opened its doors at the location.
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.
Zoltan was attacked and mauled by one of the lions that day which of course caused business to slow down afterwards.
However, although several people claim this was the straw that broke Jungleland's back, in reality, Jungleland was already struggling financially to stay open as it competed against the much larger and newer amusement parks in Southern California.
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.