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Welcome to the GTA Myths Wiki

The GTA Myths Wiki is about the beasts, monsters, rumors and bizarre things that are believed to exist in the Grand Theft Auto series. It also contains many Easter Eggs from the GTA Series.

We encourage all myth hunters to investigate and report their myth sightings on the Forum. Also don't forget to sign up for a user account.

Need something to do? Want more edits? Take a look at the Cleanup category for articles that need editing and the Stubs category for pages needing more information.

New to myth hunting? Check out the wiki's official guide, The Myth-Hunter Handbook, or other users' guides.

This Wiki currently has 52 active Users, 123,230 edits and 7,304 images. Our current WAM ranking is 227 out of 5,000 in games, and 477 out of 5,000 in all.

Existence Labeling

The Wiki breaks down these mysteries into four categories depending on their validity. It is vital to remember that the existence ratings are for the myth over all, and could change with new evidence being added or taken away. The existence rating is not for user opinion but is chosen by multiple users, from hunts and many other factors and made into an average.

  • PROVEN - the myth has been proven to be real by various sources. See Proven Myths.
  • POSSIBLE - the myth might be real but does not have enough evidence. See Possible Myths.
  • UNLIKELY - the myth is probably not real, but not completely impossible. See Unlikely Myths.
  • FALSE - myths that are proven to be nonexistent and are made up by fans or are mods. See False Myths.

Today most of the myths in the GTA series remain in "limbo" as there is not enough evidence to prove nor disprove their existence. The GTA Myths Wiki is a great place to report myth sightings as everyone is encouraged to hunt down the truth behind these reported sightings.

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Where to Start

Welcome to the GTA Myths Wiki, and thank you for your contributions! There's a lot to do around here, so we hope you'll stick around and make many more improvements.

  • New to myth-hunting? Check out the wiki's official guide The Myth-Hunter Handbook.
  • Recent changes is a great first stop, because you can see what pages other people have been editing, and where you can help.
  • Questions? You can ask at the Help desk or on the "discussion" page associated with each article.
  • Need more help? The Community Portal has an outline of the site and links to pages to help you learn how to edit and post Myth Sightings. You can also contact one of the GTA Myths Wiki Staff.
  • Please sign in every time you edit, so that we can recognize an established user. You can customize your userpage.
Mythical Discoveries
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What is the meaning of this bin? One player is determined to find out.

Visit GTA Myths Wiki:Mythical Discoveries to vote for the next featured new myth.

User of the Month



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What is the most controversial thing in GTA series?

The poll was created at 18:20 on 7 February 2018, and so far 35 people voted.


Featured Article

This month's featured article is Enforcement Nexus.

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Featured Video

This month's featured video is ThePutridMoldyman's "GTA Vice City Quicksand" video.  Visit Featured Video to vote for the next featured video

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GTA Vice City Quicksand

Don't forget to go to Community Investigations for more videos like this one.

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Community Birthdays

If you want your birthday recognized, visit GTA Myths Wiki:Community Birthdays and add your birth date to the list so it can be featured here on the main page!

Accolades and Special Recognition

The GTA Myths Wiki has been praised for its creativity and originality. Read about the success the Wiki has had and interesting stories about myths from these high profile news outlets. (Note: GTA Myths Wiki founder Sasaquatch101 is interviewed in the New Yorker under the name "Rob Silver".)