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Submitted by Gat
Categories: figures, school, cars, hospital
When I was about 6 years old my family was driving back home from my uncle's house. They lived on loop 20 and a few houses east of India St. On the south side. As we went down the hill towards the creek going east we saw the Llorona...
She was crossing the road and the car lights were right on her... Back then that road was empty. No gas stations no subdivisions.... So there was nowhere for a person to disappear to... She vanished about 50 feet in front of us...
Then in 2001 I got an apt. On the corner of that same intersection... One night the wind died... And dogs started barking like something I have never heard before.... Sheer anger. Soon I heard her voice in Spanish crying for her children...|
Mis hijos mis hijos.. Her voice came and went with the wind. Five minutes later all was silent but I never forget... I was 23 then... And I gotta say. It was the weirdest thing I've ever been through in Laredo.
Submitted by Dino
Categories: home, children, voices, lights, road
Ok, I live in this new subdivision NW of Laredo, it's called Villas San Agustin. I have a brand new house, nothing should be lurking around here since it's a brand new home right? Well wrong, something definitely wrong in this place. It's been a few times when I go take out the garbage or with friends having a cook out and in my garage. I have a sensor that turns on the light when someone passes by, and it's been more than 3 times I go to close it because it opens by itself. And 2 days ago I saw an old man sitting inside my garage on the floor. I was watering my lawn and I went to turn the water off to go ask him who he was and what was he doing there he looked very very old he even had gray long hair and looked very grayish from his skin as well.
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