La Llorona

Known as “La Llorona” in Mexican folklore, the ghost of the wailing woman haunts rivers, creaks and streets, depending on who you ask. This popular myth has been told by countless generations of Mexican families and continues to endure to this day. The key to its enduring popularity lies in its adaptability and each version reveals something about its teller.

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