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Rendell Street is a street first seen in Silent Hill 2. It is located in South Vale, the southern region of Silent Hill. While it is unknown what lies along this road's path, it is presumed that traversing along it would eventually lead one to Shepherd's Glen, although one could also take Nathan Avenue there as well. Unfortunately, those trapped in Silent Hill have access to this road are blocked for them, and they cannot leave through it.
Silent Hill 2
In Silent Hill 2, James Sunderland may try and take Rendell Street, but will discover that it has been cut off from him by a gigantic, seemingly partially-organic wall of construction scaffolding.
- Many street names in the Silent Hill games are named as a tribute to specific people. Rendell Street has two possible name origins. It could be named after Ruth Rendell, a famous British writer of psychological thrillers and murder mysteries. It could be named instead after Martha Rendell, who was one of the last three women to ever be hung in Western Australia after killing her husband's son and possibly her own two daughters.
- Rendell Street is one of the incorrect answers for the Trick or Treat Box quiz that James is asked while inside Brookhaven Hospital.