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Yeah, this graveyard outside o' town. It's where they put debtors and people who've crossed the families. They just string 'em up on posts and let 'em die slowly in the sun. Not my choice a' dying. Stinks like hell out there.Jules

Golgotha is the graveyard outside of New Reno, where people are sent to die. It is also the burial grounds of those who are killed when they fall out of favor with one of the mob families in New Reno.[1]

Graves lie to all four sides of paved crossroads, and staked bodies rot in the sun. A sign points northwest to New Reno and down, conveniently indicating the direction of Hell.


Golgotha cannot naturally be revealed on the map, and there are only three ways to get its location:


Loot in Golgotha


Mordino stash:

Magic 8 ball stash:

Grid for graves

Imagine the crossed street of Golgotha as a grid read like a book, left to right top to bottom. Northwest will be grid "A," northeast will be grid "B," southwest is "C" and southeast is "D."

Graves in Golgotha

Each Grave labeled A1-8 B1-5 C1-7 and D1-9.:


  • 1. Flower
  • 2. Spear, healing powder
  • 3. Nothing
  • 4. Nothing
  • 5. Nothing
  • 6. 62 coins
  • 7. Nothing
  • 8. Metal armor, spiked knuckles


  • 1. Rotgut, roentgen rum, Gamma Gulp beer
  • 2. Nothing
  • 3. Nothing
  • 4. Sawed off shotgun, 20 shotgun shells
  • 5. Pretty Boy Lloyd's bunker
  • 6. Gold tooth


  • 1. Lenny's buried alive father
  • 2. Nothing
  • 3. Shovel, crowbar, rope
  • 4. Knife, 36 Morningstar scrips
  • 5. Leather armor, 10mm SMG, switchblade
  • 6. Mirrored shades, 94 Morningstar scrips
  • 7. Nothing
  • 8. Flower


  • 1. Nothing
  • 2. Rotgut, knife, 2 caps
  • 3. Shovel, crowbar, rope
  • 4. Nothing
  • 5. Nothing
  • 6. Nothing
  • 7. Leather armor, 10mm SMG, knife
  • 8. Nothing
  • 9. Doctor's bag, empty syringe

Related quests



Golgotha appears only in Fallout 2, but it's mentioned by Stella in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Honest Hearts.

Behind the scenes

In Christianity, the mountain where Jesus was crucified is also named Golgotha, a Greek word meaning "place of the skull", and the rest of the road in Golgotha forms a cross.


  1. The Courier: "What was that like to grow up in New Reno?"
    Stella: "Town's run by a bunch of crime families, no law to speak of. Make trouble, and you wind up buried in Golgotha, outside town."
    (Stella's dialogue)