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I was born and raised in sanygnacio Texas we as children use to ply at night in the old Streets of sanygnacio and never saw anything unusual and that was when we didn't had electricity, I think is just stories there is not any ghosts in San Ygnacio.
Submitted by Heberto
Hey I know san Ignacio very well, in fact, I grew up there. Yes, the school is haunted, but it's mainly the old cafeteria, which is now the La paz museum. I used to be a tour guide when I was in the 5th or 6th grade when it was converted into a museum.Story has it that the building used to be a concentration camp for soldiers back in the war. The people who live around there, my grandmother, (with whom I lived) was one of those people, claimed that you could hear cries and chains coming from there at night.The museum was creepy too because we would go in before a tour, and find things out of their place / like the silverware, and books that were on display would be on the floor. As a matter of fact, that street will take you to the town cemetery, which was all part of the concentration camp.When the town's sewer system was installed, there were pieces of leather and bones found. The elderly who have lived there all their lives say that all the bodies were just thrown there as a shallow grave.I also had a teacher who told us that as a boy he played around the old cafeteria and 4 or 5 kids would appear in the basketball court and just stare at him. They seemed to be bitten all over as if they had tried to eat each other.Oh, and I must tell you, my great grandmother lived to be 96 years old and she would tell us that as a young woman, she would sit outside her home (same home of my grandmother) in the evenings and she could hear soldiers Marching down the street only there was nothing there. the elderly there will swear that the Llorona exists and that she moves around everywhere there are large bodies of water. They say this with a true seriousness in their eyes and voices. You know you cannot replace that kind of wisdom and experience with anything! There have also been sightings of nuns walking down the streets late at night.You see, san Ignacio is a sleepy little town and people sit outside to relax at night, late at night. You must understand, ssan Ignacio is super old. It was where part of the movie viva Zapata was filmed.All those buildings and forts are real. there are many Indian buried there. I can tell you tons of stuff!.
Submitted by N |
Categories: home, lady, cemetery, boys, school
It was around 8:00 pm when we made a quick stop on San Ygnacio coming from Laredo. When we went inside on the little Plazamy daughter said what's that on the roof of the church. When I turned around and looked I saw a woman standing just there dressed in black with long black hair.
I quikly ran inside my truck and got my camera and when I looked backthe women in black wasn't there anymore. It gave me goose bumps on my back and felt like if my hair went straight up so we got out of there as quick as possible.
Submitted by Marco
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