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La Llorona

A myth submitted to the site by Yvette


One day a woman called Maria meet a man. She knew right way she loved him and wanted to marry him. So she did. Then she had two children. They all ways stay together forever.

Then he left for a really long time. The kids miss him a lot. Maria was so mad and missed him a lot. Then weeks later he came but not alone. There was a woman next to him. He was hugging her. Maria was madder then anything.

She was so mad that she threw both of her children in the Santa Cruz river. Then she went into the river because she was looking for her children. Then she died of looking for her children in the river.

People say that the Sants Cruz river is still haunted because she is still looking for her children, and if you go to the Santa Cruz river at night so people say that you can some time you can see her.

By Yvette
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Name: Hussain 21st October 2012
Great story.
Name: Hussain 20th October 2012
I might have a nightmare tonight...
Name: Kate 19th October 2012
amazing! thats an awesome desciption. you are a really good writer,keep up the great work!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
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