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Hispanic Myths And Legends

posted in Various
04/07/2016
  • These are going to be about Hispanic myths and legends
    So keep reading of u want to know all about them ๐Ÿ˜

  • So let's start off with one I know about and was told as a child which I like to think I still am  ๐Ÿ˜‚\nOk  I'll stop talking now

  • So the way they told me this story is 
 There was a beautiful woman named Maria and she had children but one day she drowned her children she ended up killing herself 
Now she wonders around and cries and cries for her children , she kidnaps children and I think she drowns them too? I forgot ๐Ÿ˜‚
    So the way they told me this story is
    There was a beautiful woman named Maria and she had children but one day she drowned her children she ended up killing herself
    Now she wonders around and cries and cries for her children , she kidnaps children and I think she drowns them too? I forgot ๐Ÿ˜‚
  • In some versions, there are two dogs: one white and one black.
Have you ever gotten home late at night, perhaps after a few drinks, and felt that maybe you werenโ€™t alone? In Central America, some might say that you were followed by El Cadejo. This mythical creature is present throughout Mesoamerica.
    In some versions, there are two dogs: one white and one black.
    Have you ever gotten home late at night, perhaps after a few drinks, and felt that maybe you werenโ€™t alone? In Central America, some might say that you were followed by El Cadejo. This mythical creature is present throughout Mesoamerica.
  • http://seeksghosts.blogspot.com/2014/06/el-silbon-whistler.html?m=1

Here's the link for the story
    http://seeksghosts.blogspot.com/2014/06/el-silbon-whistler.html?m=1

    Here's the link for the story
  • The next one is about the CHUPACABRA
    I've heard of this legend/myth but I've never know the real story so this is what I found
    That's the link ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผhttp://www.chupamacabre.com/chupacabras/legend-el-chupacabra/

  • The Basislico chilote is described as having the crest of a rooster and the body of a serpent. It is hatched from an egg that is incubated by a rooster and lives in hole 
To kill it u must burn the egg and the chicken who laid it once hatched u must burn down the house that it lives in



    The Basislico chilote is described as having the crest of a rooster and the body of a serpent. It is hatched from an egg that is incubated by a rooster and lives in hole
    To kill it u must burn the egg and the chicken who laid it once hatched u must burn down the house that it lives in
  • Please like and share and if u want comment what legends or myths you've been told or have heard of ๐Ÿ˜‰
    I hope you like this bye ๐Ÿ‘‹๐Ÿผ

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