his is one of those stories that so far I can only attribute to local urban legend dating back from World War II.As the story goes a tall muscular apelike humanoid with long claws, gray hair, and ram-like horns on the top of its head lurks around the area of Santa Paula in Ventura County.This ram headed monster calls the area known as the Camulos Ranch its home.Specifically it has been encountered on Aliso Canyon Road and occasionally the Wheeler Canyon Road near what once was the Billiwhack Dairy and Ranch.
It has thrown large fifty pound rocks at their cars and even pounded on the hoods of their automobiles leaving dents.
August Rubel purchased the property in 1924 and preserved the significant historic features of the site.
Shirley Rubel Lorenz, daughter of August Rubel and President of Rancho Camulos Museum Board of Directors was present to accept the plaque.
The same article reports that a woman who leased the land once had to hold off 43 monster seeking children with a shotgun until authorities arrived.
The Billiwhack Dairy according to the legend is a decrepit ruin of what once was a state of the art, very advanced and modern dairy farm.