Near the peak of Mount Gordo, there is a large, flat rock on the ground which bears the word JOCK, written in what appears to be blood.
Between 23:00 and 0:00, the player will be able to witness a ghost manifest itself near the rock. The ghost appears to be a female, with long black hair and a white dress or robe. The ghost itself appears to be slightly translucent. It appears to fade away from view if the player tries to get close to it, but it can still be seen through a sniper sight or the Phone's camera.
Jolene's spirit does not interact with the player in any form, besides vanishing on approach. She has a permanent petrified open-mouthed look on her face with empty white eyes staring directly in front of her. The only movement the spirit makes is a very slight bobbing in a circular motion, and a cyclone of wind.
This can be seen at any point in the game, including in GTA Online, not only at 100%, like the UFOs and other myths.
It is proven that if players go to the campsite located next to Ursula's house, they will hear screaming.
At the bottom of Mount Gordo, there is a small campsite that is usually occupied by 4 to 5 pedestrians. At night, this area is abandoned. There is a chance that the player will be able to hear an incomprehensible whispering sound when they look at the Ghost. If played backwards, it says, Let's see your shot....
The ghost has been proven to be the ghost of Jolene Cranley-Evans, the deceased wife of Jock Cranley. Jock Cranley was a famous stunt double, appearing in a variety of popular TV shows in the 1980's.
Before becoming famous, Cranley used to live in Blaine County. During the 1970's, he got aspirations to become a stuntman in Los Santos, but his wife Jolene Cranley-Evans objected to them moving out to Los Santos. So, while on a hike on Mount Gordo, Jock Cranley pushed her off the side of a cliff, and she died from severe internal injuries as the result of her fall. Jock was taken into custody, but was immediately released without charge, because there was not enough evidence to prove that he committed murder. The full article about the murder of Jolene Cranley-Evans, can be found on an in-game newspaper article from the Senora Beach newspaper.
Real Life Connection
This myth is believed to be related to another common story told within the Midwestern United States. In the tale, an unnamed girl was hiking with her friend on Mt. Gordon, which is located in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, when her boyfriend, Mike, murdered her . The story ends in different ways, from a pushing to a stabbing, but the death via pushing is where the connection happens. This is very likely, as Mt. Gordo is Gordon without the N, and the girl's demise was awfully similar.
- Jolene is similar to an earlier GTA myth, the Ghost Town Figure. They both are the apparitions of females that are found in a desolate location. Creepier, they both appear at the same time: 23:00.
- The ghost doesn't have an actual in-game model, it is just a 2D texture, coded to appear on the mountain at a certain hour.
- It is unknown if this is a bug, but if player walks up to the rock while aiming their weapon, the ghost will not disappear, and they can see it close up.