Paranormal | Legend of Mexico

La Llorona’s weeping cries caught on camera in Jalisco, Mexico

Mike Gonzalez | September 5, 2017

New video captures audio evidence of La Llorona’s existence.

La Llorona (the Weeping Woman) is by all accounts an urban legend based in Mexico. This urban legend tells the tragic tale of Maria who one day drowned her two toddlers in a river next to her ranch home as revenge after finding out of her husband’s infidelity. Legend says that the toddlers’ bodies were then swept away by the currents of the river’s waters. When she finally snapped out of it and realized what was done, she took her own life by drowning herself in that same river.

It is said that once she tried to enter heaven, she was rejected and sent her spirit back to earth to weep for eternity. Heaven will only let her in until she finds her missing toddlers. This is why her ghost is heard at night weeping for her kids. At times, witnesses state that she also cries out, “Mis Hijos!” (“My Babies!”).

Fast forward to August 30, 2017 when a video was uploaded by Browny Deloza (YouTube), capturing La Llorona’s weeping cries in the dark of night, in the middle of empty Jalisco neighborhood streets in Mexico.

 

This video is quite fascinating and gave me major chills. Watch the video and let me know what you think.

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Paranormal | Legend of Mexico

La Llorona’s weeping cries caught on camera in Jalisco, Mexico

Mike Gonzalez | September 5, 2017

New video captures audio evidence of La Llorona’s existence.

La Llorona (the Weeping Woman) is by all accounts an urban legend based in Mexico. This urban legend tells the tragic tale of Maria who one day drowned her two toddlers in a river next to her ranch home as revenge after finding out of her husband’s infidelity. Legend says that the toddlers’ bodies were then swept away by the currents of the river’s waters. When she finally snapped out of it and realized what was done, she took her own life by drowning herself in that same river.

It is said that once she tried to enter heaven, she was rejected and sent her spirit back to earth to weep for eternity. Heaven will only let her in until she finds her missing toddlers. This is why her ghost is heard at night weeping for her kids. At times, witnesses state that she also cries out, “Mis Hijos!” (“My Babies!”).

Fast forward to August 30, 2017 when a video was uploaded by Browny Deloza (YouTube), capturing La Llorona’s weeping cries in the dark of night, in the middle of empty Jalisco neighborhood streets in Mexico.

 

This video is quite fascinating and gave me major chills. Watch the video and let me know what you think.

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