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The Rusty Wheelchair is a common myth in Grand Theft Auto:San Andreas. It concerns a wheelchair located at the end of the wharf in Fisher's Lagoon
The wheelchair uses the same texture as a waste skip in Bayside Marina. The wheelchair was believed by many players and fans of GTA San Andreas to be a reference to the movie The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, as one of the youths in this movie is in a wheelchair, but is in fact more likely a reference to the Rockstar game Manhunt, where it can be seen at the beginning. The following pedestrian dialog can be heard in Palomino Creek:
- Have you seen this disabled person chair moving?
- No, have you?
- Neither have I, bye-bye!
Some people see timings on the front wheels of the chair and assume that something will happen at those times. The "mystery of the chair" was never solved in the standard GTA game, and it is believed the chair doesn't carry any hidden meaning. Although, when two members of GTAForums launched their own competition called GTA Treasurehunt, in which the last mission involved solving the wheelchair mystery. After the lake was filled up with rocks and stones a dead body was found floating in the middle. This is, however, strictly non-canon.
Although many people try to connect the skip with the wheelchair, It is obvious that Rockstar Games did not bother to create a new texture dedicated to this simple useless model, the skip texture appeared rusty, so that used that instead of creating a new one.