Goths have always had love for Glendale
The venue known as Complex, formerly The Scene, has become one of the best venues for dark sounds in all of LA, but before that opened, the black-clad kiddies flocked to Glendale decades prior to glide about the dance floor at the Network, an (under-21) new-wave nightclub in the ‘80’s, which eventually got shut down to due to neighborhood noise complaints.
Glendale was home to some of the most notorious LA serial killers... ever
Cousins Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Buono, aka the “Hillside Stranglers,” made Glendale their home in the '70s. The cousins claimed that most of their 14 confessed murders were committed at 703 E Colorado St, Buono's former upholstery shop, which has since been turned into an auto repair shop.