La Llorona

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a woman wearing a black dress and red flowers on her head
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a woman in a skeleton costume and hat with flowers on her head, standing against a wall
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a dirt road in the middle of some mountains
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an old photo of a log house with balconies
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a drawing of a woman's face with words written on the side of it
La Llorona de Mexico; a ghost forever searching for her lost / deceased children - steals away living children. Can be heard crying mornfully.
an old black and white photo of a woman with curly hair smiling at the camera
María Conesa
a woman with her hair blowing in the wind on rocks near the ocean and water
Angelica Paez La Llorona As a child, my grandmother would tell me Mexican folk tales which were terrifying. I realize now that many of them were meant to teach a lesson, but as a kid, all that you remember at night are the witches, devils, and horse faced women. Probably the most famous of all is the story of La Llorona, or Weeping Woman. You were told if you disobeyed or were out too late, that the Weeping Woman would kidnap you. There are a few variations to this story.
the blue roses by linda boyden illustrated by anny cordova
Cover of my first book, "The Blue Roses" illustrated by the amazing Amy Cordova.
a woman in a mexican dress and sombrero on stage
Presenta Astrid Hadad su disco Vivir Muriendo en el Teatro de la Ciudad de México. La vida, el amor y la pasión son temas que aborda la cantante Astrid Hadad en su disco Vivir Muriendo. Foto/Secretaría de Cultura: Antonio Nava