Can you keep a secret? No? Well, turns out, neither can we, especially when it comes to the Valley. These are the 12 best secrets that were just too good not to share. But don't blame us for blabbing: it's hard to not get excited about where the Batmobile was built.
1. There’s a crazy cylinder-shaped house in Woodland Hills
And it was built by the same architect who designed the Pavilion for Japanese Art at LACMA, Bruce Goff, who didn’t actually live long enough to see it completed. Located in a woodsy area near the Woodland Hills Country Club, the Struckus House was built in 1982, and is a stunning example of his eccentric approach to organic architecture with four stacked windows eerily shaped like eyes.