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The Best Hidden Secrets Many Still Haven’t Found In Red Dead Redemption 2!

The Map of Red Dead Redemption 2 Has the Best Secrets: Red Dead Redemption 2 is a game that encourages players to look around and try new things. The Wild West has a huge open world full of secrets and easter eggs that can surprise and please even the most experienced players.

There’s always something new to find in RDR2, whether it’s a supernatural event, a historical reference, or a funny joke. In this piece, we’ll show you how to find some of the best secrets in Red Dead Redemption 2’s map.

The ManPigBear

Fans of South Park will remember that Al Gore was obsessed with this creature and said it was a threat to humanity. In RDR2, the house of an experimental scientist near the Van Horn Trading Post has a reference to the ManBearPig.

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You can get into the house through an open window on the roof, but be ready for a scary sight. Inside, you’ll find a weird mix of a man, a bear, and a pig, all wired up and working. It looks like the scientist tried to make his own version of the legendary beast, but he failed horribly.

Hidden Secrets in Red Dead Redemption 2

The Stuffed Gorilla Who Got Lost

If you want to see something funny, you can go to Big Valley and look for the stuffed monkey at the bottom of a ravine. This is one of the odd items that Rockstar Games likes to put in their games for no clear reason.

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But if you look closely, you’ll see that the monkey has a hat, a vest, and a tag that says “L. Hobbs” on it. This makes it seem like it belongs to the taxidermist near Strawberry, who sends you orders to hunt different animals. He might have wanted to add the ape to his collection, but he lost it on the way.

The Hidden Cave of Bigfoot Bigfoot and Sasquatch have been in previous Red Dead Redemption games, so it’s no surprise that they’re back in RDR2.

This time, though, they won’t be wandering around the woods. Instead, they’ll be hiding in a cave near Mount Shann. To get into the cave, you have to finish all 10 hunting tasks, which will give you access to the Legendary Panther Cloak.

If you wear this cloak, the dogs that guard the cave won’t attack you when you go inside. Inside, you’ll find the big bones of a creature that looks like Bigfoot and a live one that will talk to you. He will tell you how sad it is that he is the only one of his kind left, and he will ask you to leave him alone.

The Cave of the Devil

You can go into the Devil’s Cave near Butcher Creek if you are brave enough. A mystery man who claims to be the Devil lives in this dark and creepy place.

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He will tease you and try to get you to do bad things with him. You can choose to kill him or not, but he will disappear in a puff of smoke either way.

There are also some interesting things in the cave, like a pentagram on the floor, a head with horns, and a book called “Paradise Lost.”

The Mystery Of The Crashed Airship

Players can’t be blamed for missing the crashed plane because it’s hidden in a thick bush. This flying thing can also be found in the area of Big Valley, so it’s a win-win situation. The point of interest is a crashed airplane with a skeleton still stuck inside. The plane’s parts are all over the forest floor.

Hidden Secrets in Red Dead Redemption 2

I hope they died instantly and didn’t have to go through any pain. This could be a reference to the first Red Dead Redemption, which had a mission that finished with someone dying in a plane crash. The timing is interesting, though, since the first known flight of an airplane wouldn’t happen for years.

Vetter’s Echo Is Also Known As The Bear House

Players have possibly seen pictures or videos of the Bear House online or on YouTube. But if they haven’t seen any, we don’t think they should. It will ruin the great, great surprise. Visit Big Valley in West Elizabeth if you like to be surprised.

South of the Little Creek River is a small house called Vetter’s Echo. Check that cabin carefully to find a few things for your friends back at the camp, but be careful and ready for anything.

Find The Swamp Ghost Of Bluewater Marsh

Then again, that little church might have been built to keep the swamp ghost away. Because that thing is scary as hell. Agnes Dowd’s ghost seems to be there. Agnes was a young woman who, according to her story, fell in love with a man whose parents did not like her.

It seems likely that her father killed her lover, and that her grief drove Agnes to kill a lot of people before she killed herself. It’s fun. Anyway, her ghost can be seen walking around Bluewater Marsh between 9 PM and 3 AM, so the horse won’t be the only thing scared at those times.

Hunt Down The Vampire Of Saint-Denis

Have you heard of the vampire who lives in Saint-Denis? The player can’t just run into him, though; they need to find five pieces of writing that are hidden around Saint-Denis.

The writings can be found on random walls all over the city. Once all five are found, the position of the vampire will be shown.

The vampire looks a lot like Nosferatu from…well, Nosferatu. He can be seen drinking the blood of a victim. The player decides what to do with him. One choice is to tie him up and take him to the mini church or one of the many pagan or satanic rituals on the map, just to see what happens.

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