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Murder Pass is a Fallout 3 location inside the Little Lamplight tunnel complex "just past the souvenir shop". One can simply look for the sign post that reads "Murder Pass". According to Lucy , it is one of the passages used to access Vault 87 and is populated by super mutants with heavy weapons. To gain entrance to Murder Pass, the Lone Wanderer needs to talk to Mayor MacCready of Little Lamplight, who may require the Lone Wanderer to rescue his friends that are trapped by the slavers at Paradise Falls before he will open the gate. Alternatively, if one has the Child at Heart perk, they can bypass the rescue and MacCready will open the gate. Murder Pass is a simple series of caverns that lead from Little Lamplight to Vault 87 and is used during the Picking Up the Trail quest. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. Sign In Don't have an account?
Little Lamplight is a pre-War underground cavern tourist attraction made into a settlement in the Capital Wasteland , run and populated entirely by children under the age of Discovered in the late 19th century, Lamplight Caverns was converted into a tourist attraction during the s. Due to the location's strong government ties, Vault-Tec achieved ownership of several portions of the caves, for the purpose of Vault 87 's construction. On October 23, , 82 students from Early Dawn Elementary went on a field trip to Lamplight Caverns with a couple of teachers including the fourth grade teacher, Carrie Delaney and a few parent chaperones. There the group spent many hours touring the deep caverns. Just as they were packing up to leave, the caverns began to shake. The kids began to scream as the lights went out, and one man from the group went out to see what was going on. Upon his return, he informed those within that the entire Washington, D. The adults slowly died off or left, some leaving the cavern, others being injured by accidents inside. Eventually, Carrie Delaney, being the last of the adult survivors, decided to go scavenging and never returned--leaving the kids to fend for themselves.