Stories depict a way-of-life of the Hispanic culture of South Texas where superstition still rules the lives of many.La Llorona scans the waters of the Rio Grande looking for her children; little Duendes create a ruckus to gain attention; the Grim Reaper skulks about the corridors of the big house biding its time; ghosts guarding treasure inhabit back yards and the brushlands along the Rio Grande; Sasquatch sloshes along on the shores of South Padre in freezing weather on an Easter weekend, and snakes love mothers' milk and menstrual blood.Experience with ghosts or other supernatural phenomena is as prevalent today in South Texas as it has been for hundreds of years.
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September 12, 2005
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