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It housed lions used in a variety of motion pictures.
When the division was closed by the studio, Goebel purchased six of the lions, acquired land in Thousand Oaks and opened up Goebel's Lion Farm. In the late forties and mid fifties it exchanged hands several times, becoming World Jungle Compound and under 20th Century Fox, Jungleland.
After Gay's Lion Farm moved, Geobel began working directly for Universal Studios caring for their animals and lions.
Carl Laemmele closed down Universal Studios' animal division in 1926.
ne day I visited the Stagecoach Inn in Newbury Park.
The Inn is suspected of being haunted by as many as three different spirits.
It could be said that Jungleland helped create Thousand Oaks into the town it is today.
Visitors flocked to the zoo from all over, many discovering the area for the first time, and several later deciding to settle down there.
So perhaps there is some merit to the legends that the panther lurked around the area for quite awhile.
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.
Although neither the panther nor its remains are rumored to have ever been found, the local high school is supposed to have taken its mascot's name from it: The Newbury Park High School "Panthers".
Several commenters below have added information to this urban legend.