What's the dark California history behind HBO's True Detective?
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The largest trees in the world grow in Tulare County, where the final scenes of Ray Velcoro's life are filmed in
The largest trees in the world grow in Tulare County, where the final scenes of Ray Velcoro's life are filmed in "True Detective."
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The largest trees in the world grow in Tulare County, where the final scenes of Ray Velcoro's life are filmed in
Frank Semyon is brought to an inhospitable, dusty place to die. This is actually called Dry Soggy Lake, a recreation area about 120 miles northeast of Los Angeles.
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The largest trees in the world grow in Tulare County, where the final scenes of Ray Velcoro's life are filmed in
Ray Velcoro's final moments come in Balch Park in Tulare County, California.
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The main characters go hurtling across California as season two comes to an end. We'll take you to the big trees, a place really called "Dry Soggy Lake and Southern California's newest transit hub, seen for the first time on screen in "True Detective."