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Events of L.A. Noire
During The White Shoe Slaying Homicide case, Cole Phelps and Rusty Galloway discover that the address is the home of the victim Theresa Taraldsen. They visit the location to question her husband, Lars Taraldsen and her two daughters . The location is not visited again after they leave.
LayoutThe entire house is somewhat small; to the left of the front door is the living room which consists of a couch, coffee table, armchair, fireplace and a small table with a chessboard on it. To the right is the master bedroom, which has a queen sized bed as well as a dresser and closet. Adacent to this is the children's room, which has a bunkbed. Next to this room is the kitchen, which leads to the laundry room, which contains the back door. There are several doors which cannot be opened.
On the outside, the backyard is quite large, and has a swingset, outdoor table and several toys scattered around. There is no car in the driveway, but there is a small boat (which is inspected in the case).
- The house can be entered at any time in The Streets of L.A. (Free Roam), through the back door.