La Llorona

In many parts of Latin America, the story of the legend of La Llorona is known. However, this tradition indicates that the nation that collected the true chronicle of what happened to that famous woman was Mexico.

The legend of La Llorona is one of the most famous Mexican Legends, recognized throughout the world. It is a woman, which has its origins from the time Mexico was established, along with the arrival of the Spanish.

It is said that there was an indigenous woman who had an affair with a Spanish gentleman. This relationship was consummated giving as fruit three children, whom the mother loved with devotion.

Hidden Romance

Unfortunately, this couple and their children had to live in hiding from each other in order to enjoy their bond, because such a link between a Spanish and an indigenous woman, for the time, could affect too much the status of the gentleman.

However, the woman wanted a formal relationship, but the gentleman avoided her every single time.

After a while, the man left her to marry a high society Spanish lady. The indigenous woman upon finding out, hurt by betrayal and deceit. Totally desperate she took her three children, taking them to the banks of the river… Hugging them tightly, with the deep love she professed for them, she sank them in until they drowned.

The legend of la llorona

To later end his own life by not being able to bear the guilt of the acts committed.

Since that day, the pain-filled lament of the woman in the river where this happened is heard. There are those who say they have seen her, wandering looking desperate, with a deep cry of pain and regret that cries out for her children.

Guilt does not let her rest, her lament is heard near the main square. Those who look through their windows see a woman dressed entirely in white, thin, calling her children and who vanishes in Lake Texcoco.

Actuality

To later end his own life by not being able to bear the guilt of the acts committed.

Since that day, the pain-filled lament of the woman in the river where this happened is heard. There are those who say they have seen her, wandering looking desperate, with a deep cry of pain and regret that cries out for her children.

Guilt does not let her rest, her lament is heard near the main square. Those who look through their windows see a woman dressed entirely in white, thin, calling her children and who vanishes in Lake Texcoco.

Actuality

Currently the lady is said to have been seen both in the lake and in the streets of the town. Especially after midnight, trying to locate her missing children.

They indicate that it is characterized by the following: A long white dress, long jet black hair and whose moans and wails can be heard.

However, something in which everyone agrees is in the best-known phrase of all, which is heard from the woman: Oh, my children!

This is just the first part of the article: “The Legend of La Llorona”. Be sure to read us next week, since in the second part you will find more chilling events.

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