Las Brujas is a small ghost town nestled between the Sherman Dam, Arco del Oeste and El Castillo del Diablo in Bone County, San Andreas. Also near the area are Area 69, Regular Tom and Verdant Meadows. The name Las Brujas translates directly from Spanish as The Witches or The Sorceresses. The town is depicted as a two-street settlement populated by predominantly wooden buildings, appearing similar to a frontier town in the Wild West. In addition to the standard fare of (now empty) homes and businesses, the town also features a windmill and a modest wooden chapel, complete with a fenced-in cemetery containing tombstones in the rear.
There are no functional facilities servicing this area and none of the buildings are occupied, except during missions for Mike Toreno (Interdiction) and Frank Tenpenny (High Noon). In addition, the advertisement of Spittoon, a television program in Grand Theft Auto IV, is shot at Las Brujas.
- Since the ghost town has operating garage doors and is near the Sherman Dam, the town could possibly be in the process of being preserved.
- If the player drives a vehicle near the entrance of the cemetery, a wheel may occasionally slip down a shallow hole; it is most likely the grave Carl dug in the mission High Noon. It can be seen in this image to the right, appearing in a triangular form behind the old chapel.
- There is a reference to its English name on the ambulance or police radio. Occasionally the player may hear "We got some crazy oId lady in Las Brujas. She claims she's a witch or something."
- The town may be based off a similiar ghost town in California named Bodie.
- A plane may crash into one of the rocks (due to the fact that 'ghost town' is nearly closed from all sides) and crash.