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The '''mass grave''' is a pit located at the foot of a mesa in [[El Castillo del Diablo]], [[Bone County]], north of the [[Area 69|Restricted Area]] and south of the [[Verdant Meadows|Verdant Meadows aircraft graveyard]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. The pit, which takes the form of a large round hole, contains six body bags, and a [[Bobcat]] truck and [[shovel]] pickup next to the pit.
 
The '''mass grave''' is a pit located at the foot of a mesa in [[El Castillo del Diablo]], [[Bone County]], north of the [[Area 69|Restricted Area]] and south of the [[Verdant Meadows|Verdant Meadows aircraft graveyard]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. The pit, which takes the form of a large round hole, contains six body bags, and a [[Bobcat]] truck and [[shovel]] pickup next to the pit.
  
The grave could be a places for the Families to dispose bodies, as two [[Sindacco Family]] thugs depicted in "[[The Introduction]]" are seen in the desert digging a grave to dispose of [[Mickey (GTA SA)|one person]], not six - possibly indicating that more people were buried there during the events of GTA San Andreas.
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The grave could be a place for the Families to dispose of bodies, as two [[Sindacco Family]] thugs depicted in "[[The Introduction]]" are seen in the desert digging a grave to dispose of [[Mickey (GTA SA)|one person]], not six - possibly indicating that more people were buried there during the events of GTA San Andreas.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 07:32, 23 January 2013

The mass grave along with a truck.

The mass grave is a pit located at the foot of a mesa in El Castillo del Diablo, Bone County, north of the Restricted Area and south of the Verdant Meadows aircraft graveyard in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. The pit, which takes the form of a large round hole, contains six body bags, and a Bobcat truck and shovel pickup next to the pit.

The grave could be a place for the Families to dispose of bodies, as two Sindacco Family thugs depicted in "The Introduction" are seen in the desert digging a grave to dispose of one person, not six - possibly indicating that more people were buried there during the events of GTA San Andreas.

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