If you've heard the name Devil's Gate, a watershed dam in the Pasadena foothills was probably not what came to mind at first. It is pretty oddball but there is a reason behind the name Devil's Gate Dam: peering from the side of the crevasse at the opening of the dam is a rock formation that looks like the side profile of a devil's face. A common question about our tribute shirt has been "Does it still exist?" So we here at County Of Angels accepted the mission to find out on behalf of us all. Verdict: not only does it still exist (see the photo above, and our gallery, as proof) but it has even been preserved in a concrete cast. Finding the 20-something-foot-tall devil head is actually a pretty neat adventure so if you want to get out for a little nature hike, we highly recommend the trip. And unlike us, plan on visiting during a dry spell; the creek can get pretty high and make the journey a wet one. If you make it out there, post your stories and photos in the Los Angeles Revealed Forum.