In Mexican folklore there exists a story of a woman who weeps for her lost children. Taking the form of a malevolent spirit, her cries are said to bring misfortune to those who hear them. Today, we’re going to compare legend to history as we discuss La Llorona.
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If you'd like to listen to past mysteries we discuss, they are: Servant Girl Annihilator (https://open.spotify.com/episode/7xEQSMtKXwYYUQhlL7ygUP?si=a7df6f0aca3b4fe4), and Loch Ness Monster (https://open.spotify.com/episode/3U5J5dnwDAK2CoDYjHPMr8?si=f594376a7cc14e8d)
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