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- "Built in 1858, Christ Crown of Thorns was a Gothic Revival masterpiece, but fell into disrepair after a tree collapsed the roof in the storm of September 1939. A work of leadlight rises above the abandoned altar, depicting the crucifixion and a weeping Virgin."
- ―In-game Description
Christ Crown of Thorns is located on the west side of the Central district. It can be found on an unnamed road two streets west of Francisco Street, south of 9th Street. The location includes a debris-filled chapel, a presbytery, and a small cemetery. The presbytery is revealed to be a hideout belonging to serial killer Garrett Mason, otherwise known as “The Werewolf.” The presbytery has several rooms, including a lounge (upon entering the first door), kitchen, bedroom, a small study with a typewriter, and a bathroom containing anatomy illustrations, surgical tools, and a bloody bathtub, apparently where Mason bisected Elizabeth Short (“The Black Dahlia”) and drained the blood from her body.
The Christ Crown of Thorns was built in 1858, as a "Gothic Revival masterpiece." During a storm in September 1939, a tree collapsed the roof. The church was abandoned afterwards.
Events of L.A. Noire
After gathering all the clues, Cole Phelps and Rusty Galloway enter the church. The two are met by Garrett Mason, who reveals to be the one who killed all the women. Phelps chases Mason in the catacombs under the church, and kills him.
- The iron bar used to break Antonia Maldonado's window was taken from the front gates of this church.
- The pieces of rope used to strangle many of Garrett Mason's victims belonged to the bell rope of the church.
- As with several landmarks, the interior cannot be entered except during the case "The Quarter Moon Murders".