La Llorona – Weeping Woman of the Southwest

La “Llorona” pronounced “LAH yoh ROH nah”. There is an urban legend of La Llorona- Weeping woman of the Southwest. Many communities still believes in her stories. In Spanish since the days of the conquistadores, Weeping Woman has been a part of Hispanic culture in the Southwest. As per urban tales she was a tall spirit with natural beauty and long flowing black hair, wearing a beautiful white gown. She roams the rivers and creeks. She searches for ...

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La Llorona – Weeping Woman of the Southwest

La “Llorona” pronounced “LAH yoh ROH nah”. There is an urban legend of La Llorona- Weeping woman of the Southwest. Many communities still believes in her stories. In Spanish since the days of the conquistadores, Weeping Woman has been a part of Hispanic culture in the Southwest. As per urban tales she was a tall spirit with natural beauty and

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