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LAist Quiz: What's the Scariest Place in LA?

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Here's a Halloween-flavored LAist Quiz: What's the scariest thing in LA?

Since this LAist isn't fond of driving up steep hills, we nominate Eldred Street around the Highland Park area, identified as LA's steepest street in Bob Pool's August 21, 2003 article for the Los Angeles Times.

Pool wrote "Experts calculate that Eldred gains 219 feet in elevation as it climbs a stomach-clenching 33% grade between Avenue 50 and Cross Avenue on the side of Mt. Washington."

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