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High Dezert Hollywood: Kill Bill LbNA #57699 (ARCHIVED)

Owner:Kelsung Contact
Plant date:May 1, 2011
Location: 19871 E Ave G
County:Los Angeles
Found by: CherryOnTop
Last found:May 28, 2012
Last edited:Jun 14, 2021
A report from 11/30/14 implies it was run over by a motorcycle and destroyed, but I have yet to verify.
A Little about Dezert Ratty's Series - High Dezert Hollywood:

Since the dawn of film the High Desert has been a favorite location for Hollywood Film as well as Television. It's also been an area for movie stars to live and play. This series is meant to be a fun tour and a tribute that she's hoping will keep us coming back for years to come as more are added. Since anyone who would like to contribute is more than welcome, I planted two of my own.

Quentin Tarantino and Uma Thurman first conceived the character of "The Blood-Spattered Bride" while working together on Pulp Fiction, and brought her to life in a film so big that Miramax split it into two. Kill Bill is basically a big-budget revenge film done in the style of low-budget films of the 60s and 70s, including spaghetti westerns, blaxploitation and Hong Kong Kung-Fu flicks.

Our anti-heroine is one of a group of highly-trained killers, The Deadly Viper Assassination Squad, who has a love affair with their leader, Bill. When she discovers she's pregnant with his child, she attempts to escape him and her lifestyle to raise the child properly. But Bill tracks her down to a tiny wedding chapel near El Paso, Texas and the DiVAS massacre the entire wedding party, leaving all dead save The Bride, who spends the next five years in a coma. When she awakens, she goes on a revenge-fueled killing spree that barely escaped an NC-17 rating.

Once you've found the site of the Two Pines Wedding Chapel, look for the lonely hearth and the sleeping elephant. Stand on the cement between them, facing southeast and look for two wooden poles in the distance. Walk towards the back of the sign between them. At 110 steps you'll be between the poles, and 25 more will put you at a pile of rocks.

When your finished, make sure the logbook is in a bag, and that bag and the stamp are both in the larger bag.