Skull Island was an island in the Indian Ocean. Stone reefs were located off its coast and Skull Mountain was located on the island, along with a village, lake, and a great wall which separated the village from most of the island.

Adventurer Mack Stanton kept a framed map of Skull Island on the wall of his office in San Francisco, USA.

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Skull Island, which only appears in the background of an illustration by Paul Daly for West End Games' 1996 Indiana Jones Adventures, is the name of the fictional island from the 1933 film King Kong. The layout of the island in the book is similar to the movie, and the 1976 remake features Skull Mountain, and places the island's location in the Indian Ocean.

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