Top 100 Horror Story

Top 100 Horror Story

1. "Humans can lick too"

Farmersburg, Indiana, 1987: Lisa is often alone in her large, isolated house in the heart of the cornfields. Her parents come home late every night and have therefore decided to buy her a dog, to reassure her. One night, she is awakened by the sound of dripping water. She gets up and goes to turn off the bathroom faucet. While lying down she slips her hand under her bed and her dog licks it. This reassures her. The noise continues and she decides to turn on the tap in the bathroom. She lies down again and slips her hand under her bed again, and her dog licks it again. But the noise continues and Lisa can't sleep. She makes a final tour of the house without finding anything, and therefore lies down again, sliding her hand under the bed. The dog licks her again. The noise is still there and Lisa decides to locate its origin: the sound comes from her closet. Opening it she discovers her slaughtered dog, suspended by the hind legs, slowly emptying his blood. On the door of the cupboard a message written in letter of blood: "HUMANS TOO CAN LICK"

2. "The killer in the back seat"

Lyon, France, 1994: Nathalie finishes her nursing service, it is 5am. She gets into her car and walks through the still deserted streets. Very quickly, she notices that a car is following her closely. When passing her, the car falls back violently behind Nathalie and begins to flash the headlights at her. The young nurse accelerates, anxious, while trying to see the driver of the vehicle in his rearview mirror. The calls of the headlights continue, frantic. She turns right, then left: the car follows her. Nathalie starts to panic, what does this person want from her? She arrives in the alley leading to her house. Her only hope is to do it all and run and lock herself in her house to call the police. As she gets out of the car, she hears her pursuer get out and yell "LOCK UP AND CALL THE POLICE QUICKLY!" " Not daring to turn around, she locks herself in her home and calls the gendarmes. She peeks out the window to see a tall figure armed with a butcher's knife, savagely attacking the man behind her. Terrified, Nathalie takes refuge in her bathroom, praying for help to arrive as soon as possible. It is only later that she will understand what really happened that day: the man in the car was trying to save her. He had seen a man slip into Nathalie's car and was trying to warn her. He paid for it with his life.

3. "The babysitter and the upstairs killer"

Windermere, UK, 1982: Helen is 16 and attends a babysitting service. Tonight she has to look after the 3 children of a young couple, absent for the evening. When she arrives, they inform her that the children are already in bed and that they will not be home late. Helen sits down on the sofa in the large house and opens a book. The phone rings, but when she picks up, no one is speaking on the other end of the line. A few minutes later, the phone rings again, and this time a chilling voice answers: "Did you go to see the children?" " then nothing. Thinking that it was the father calling her to find out if everything was going well, she told herself that he had been cut and that he would call back. Indeed, a few minutes later the telephone rang: "Did you go to see the children?" The voice repeats. "Mr. Stuart? She asks, worried, but no one answers. She decides to call the restaurant where her employers dine but is informed that they have been gone for 10 minutes. She then contacted the police, but they told her that they could do nothing against the telephone hoaxes. No sooner has she hung up than the stranger calls her again: "Why didn't you go see the children?" " Frightened, she contacts the police again, assuring them that this stranger is there, nearby, that she can feel him. The agent on the other end of the line decides to take her number and reassures her: "The next time he calls you, we'll trace the origin of the call, okay Helen?" Above all, stay calm. "

Helen turns off the living room and locks herself in the kitchen, the phone beside her. He rings and this time she picks up right away - "What do you want with me in the end?" "-" Why did you turn off the lights? "- " Who are you ? What do you want from me? "-" I see you you know. "-" Ok, very well, you scared me, it was successful. Are you happy is what you wanted? "- " No. What I want is to bathe in your blood. " Helen hangs up abruptly, terrified, but the bell rings again. "LEAVE ME" she yells into the receiver. - "Helen, it's me, we've traced the call, you need to get out right away." The call comes from one of the rooms in the house. Get out immediately! " She rushes to the door, and begins to unlock it, trembling. She panics, drops the key, picks it up, then gets up. She hears a noise behind her back and then sees a door open at the top of the stairs. A halo of light comes out of the children's room and she clearly distinguishes the silhouette of a man standing, turned towards her. She finally manages to open the door and throws herself outside, coming face to face with several policemen on the landing, weapon in hand. Immediately taken care of by the emergency services, she just has time to turn around and see the mad killer , handcuffed by the police. The man is covered in blood. That of the 3 children of the Stuart family.

4. "Bloody Mary"

This story happened to the sister of a friend of one of the Topito editors who preferred to remain anonymous. We are in 1997, the 9 year old girl, whom we will name Anna, organizes a "pajama" party with some friends. One of them then tells them the story of a certain Mary Worth, a beautiful young girl who would have lived many, many years ago. Following a very serious accident, Mary found herself horribly disfigured. Knowing how mad it would drive her to see her beautiful damaged face, her parents forbade her to see her reflection. They threw away all the mirrors in the house except one, the one in their personal bathroom. One night, Mary sneaked discreetly into the room. As soon as she bared his face, she collapsed. After hearing this story, Anna and her friends think it would be a good idea to give it a try, and see. They then lock themselves in the bathroom and repeat in front of a mirror: "Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary, Bloody Mary". Suddenly, one of Anna's friends starts screaming, so loud that the mother bursts into the bathroom. She turns on the light and discovers a horrible scene: all the girls are sitting on the floor, panicked. Only one remains standing, clinging to the sink, frozen with terror. Deep, bloody gashes run down her cheek, long nail marks left by the ghost of Mary Worth. Anna has never forgotten this evening.

5. "The hook"

Amherst, Massachussetts, 1973: Tonight, Thomas D. has a date, and he knows exactly where to lead Melany: behind the woods on the outskirts of town is a secluded glade perfect for a little galling session. So he picks up his sweetheart in the car and parks quietly in the clearing, leaving the car radio running. Suddenly, the music stops and an urgent press release is broadcast on the radio: a murderer has escaped from the asylum located a few miles from Amherst. The presenter gives a somewhat vague description of it, but nevertheless specifies that this very dangerous man has a hook on his right arm. Frightened, Melany asks Thomas to take her home. Out of the question for the teenager who intends to show that he is not afraid of anything. As he leans in to kiss her, a cracking branch makes them jump. Melany immediately makes her "date" understand that this time it's time to go home. Reluctantly, he reverses and sets off quickly towards the city center. Arrived in front of Melany's house, the latter gets out of the car and starts screaming uncontrollably. Thomas rushes towards her and discovers what puts her in this state: hanging on the handle of the car, a bloody hook swings gently.

6. "The neighbor"

Paris region, 2015: after long months looking for an apartment, Lucien has just moved into his building. Freshly installed, Lucien takes his ease in his new home. One night, someone knocks on his door. He gets up and goes to open it. A woman stands there and asks her if she can spend the night at his place because her partner hits her. Lucien is somewhat surprised and dubious. The woman reassures him by telling him that she has called her family and that they will come and pick her up early in the morning. The young man gives her a blanket and offers to spend the night on the sofa. When she wakes up, the blanket is folded on the couch and the young woman is gone. He gets ready and goes to work. The following evening, we knock again on his door. The same woman is at her door, but this time she is punched in the face. She asks him for hospitality a second time. Unable to accept, Lucien offers to sleep in the same place as the day before. In the morning, she is no longer there. The same merry-go-round is repeated throughout the week. Worried, the young man goes to the police station to explain the situation. The agent shows him a photo in which he recognizes the woman. The police tell her that this woman was beaten to death in her apartment building by her husband and died of her injuries several months ago.

7. Goodbye

I found this story from the diary of a deceased old neighbor who has lived alone for years: “I rushed off to pick up my son from school. The traffic was rather fluid that day, nothing on my road except a few red lights. It had been quite a while since I was waiting at a red light when I noticed a woman. I had no idea how long she had been standing there staring at me, but once I couldn't look away. She looked at me like crazy and waved her hand towards me, stroking the hair of a little boy's head. Her little boy, her son I imagine, wore loose brown clothes and a black goat mask. Was it a weird costume and especially who wears a costume the day after Halloween? He too was waving his hand in my direction and staring at me through that disturbing mask, but his movement seemed uncomfortable and forced. The woman's eyes could see right through me and I could almost physically feel her gaze catching on me. She wasn't even blinking. I felt naked and very tense. And the boy's eyes, my god, the boy's eyes were pleading and begging for help. The woman started to get impatient, waving her hand harder every second. I looked away. For some reason I was terrified. I needed to run away. Once the light went green, which had seemed like an eternity, I drove off. I didn't even bother to look behind. I thought nothing would be more terrifying than this moment. Then I got to school and they told me my son was not there. They told me that my wife had already collected it. I don't have a wife. They handed me a note, telling me that she had asked for them to give it to me. There are no words to describe how I felt reading it. "Don't say I didn't give you a chance to say goodbye to him. "

8. The white lady

We start with one of the most famous urban legends. This one is great because it comes in 50 different versions and in lots of different places. In short, we can meet the white lady all over the place. According to the version we find most often, the white lady is a young woman dressed in white who hitchhikes on the side of the road. If you take her in your car, she will remain silent but will start to panic and finally disappear when approaching a bend (the one where she would have lost her life.) If you decide to ignore her and not take her in. stop, then it is death assured in this turn. Morality, take a taxi, or avoid the small country roads.

9. Bloody Mary

Legend has it that Mary was a young mother who committed suicide in her bathroom after losing her baby. Persuaded that someone is at the origin of the death of her child, she haunts the mirrors of the bathrooms today to kill the culprit. Anyone who would say “Bloody Mary” three times in front of their mirror and spin three times would then see Bloody Mary standing behind them. If the person adds "I killed your baby" , then they die when attacked by the ghost. Everyone who tried was found with their throat slit in front of their mirror. Well, that's what they say.

10. The old lady and her dog

An old lady who lived alone had decided to adopt a dog to keep her company. Every night at bedtime, after turning off the lights, she stretched out her arm to her dog lying under the bed to lick her hand and reassure her. Only one night, the old lady wakes up hearing the sound of drops of water in the bathroom. She gets up in the dark to turn off the tap properly and goes back to bed, not forgetting to extend her hand to the dog who is licking it, as usual. But the sound of drops persisting, the old lady must get up again to turn off the tap more firmly. Then she lies down and stretches her hand under the bed to receive the usual lick. On the third awakening because of the sound of drops, the old lady goes to the bathroom and turns on the light. The sound of drops came from his dog, his throat cut above the bathtub, which was emptying his blood. So who was lying under the bed? We do not have the answer and we do not want to have it, especially since it seems this story happened to the neighbor of our friend's cousin from college.

11. Kuchisake-Onna

This story is one of the most urban legends in Japan. A very beautiful and conceited young woman was married to an older samurai, and she was unfaithful to him. The day her husband found out, he slit her mouth open to her ears so that no one would ever find her beautiful again. Today, you can cross her when walking alone in a dark street. She walks up, the lower part of her face covered, and asks "do you find me beautiful?" " If the person in front answers yes, she discovers her slit mouth and asks the same question: " and now, do you find me beautiful? "If the answer is no, Kuchisake-Onna kills his victim on the spot. If the answer is yes, she follows her victim home to stab her in the back on her doorstep, or offers a blood red ruby to the lucky ones. In general, it is better to avoid crossing it.

12. The Russian sleep experiment

In 1940, Russian scientists locked five political prisoners in a wiretapped room to perform an experiment: the five men will be kept awake by gas and will no longer be able to sleep. During the first five days, the prisoners tell each other about their lives in great detail, but nothing special happens. Only, from the sixth day, it is total silence, apart from a few murmurs from time to time, which indicated that the subjects were still alive. After ten days, the scientists wanted to see what was going on and opened the door. There, they came across a horrific sight: the prisoners had self-mutilated and fed on their own flesh. Soldiers were called in to transport the men to the hospital, but the prisoners went into a mad rage and even killed several soldiers with superhuman force. Two of them were shot and the others taken to hospital begging for the gas that kept them awake. There, a Russian doctor, not knowing what he was dealing with, asked one of the prisoners who he was. And the man, with a gaunt smile, replied:“We are you. We are the madness that dwells in you and that you silence when you join the slumber where we cannot follow you. "

13. The neighbor

A man had just moved into a residence. On the first evening, he heard a knock on his door. It was a neighbor who asked him if he could put her up for a night because her husband had hit her and she was afraid. As he could not refuse, he offered to sleep on the sofa. The next morning, when she woke up, the neighbor had already left. The second evening, she knocked again on his door. She asked him the same thing as the day before, and since she had new bruises on her face, the man agreed. The next morning she was already gone when he woke up. And this scenario was repeated three more times. The man then wanted to go to the police station to denounce his neighbor's husband. There, a policeman, who didn't look surprised, showed him a photo of the young woman whom the man recognized as being his neighbor. The policeman then told her that she had been killed a year earlier by beatings by her husband.

14. Lavanville's music

In the first cartridges of the Pokémon game in Japan, the music of Lavanville, where pokemon ghosts reside, would have driven hundreds of children to suicide. Others would have behaved strangely or complained of headaches. It is also said that in the very first version, we could face a mysterious ghost named "731" in a fight where subliminal images of corpses were broadcast. Fortunately, we don't have that in our European versions, so we can continue to play quietly.

15. The Grifter

Likewise, this video is very well known on the internet for one simple reason: those who watched it complained of having nightmares and going crazy, and others even committed suicide. None wanted to tell what was in the video because its content had traumatized them. Versions have been posted on Youtube, but they are different from the real version which makes you crazy, hard to find on the web. If you still want to give it a try, search for “the grifter” online, but we'll have warned you.

16. The babysitter and the man at the top of the stairs

A young American student arrived at a family's home one evening to do some babysitting. The parents, before leaving, told him that the two children were already sleeping up there and that there was no need to wake them up. Shortly after they left, the phone rang. The student picked up the phone and heard a deep voice say, "Did you go to see if the kids are okay?" "Thinking it was a joke, the girl hung up, without going to check. An hour later the phone rang again and the girl heard the same. She asked who was on the phone, but the person hung up. Worried, she called the police, who told her it must have been a joke. But an hour later, the man called again to ask if she had been to see if the children were okay. She called the police again, who this time took her seriously and asked her to stay on the phone longer next time to locate the call. When the man called back, the young girl did not answer, to make the communication last. He then ends up hanging up. The phone rang again. It was the police who ordered him to leave immediately: the call came from inside the house. Once outside, the police arrived to stop the intruder. He was covered in blood. That of the children.

17. The doll

It is the story of a mother who takes her daughter to the flea market. While walking in the aisles, the girl notices a pretty porcelain doll, in good condition, and claims it from her mother. The mother asks the seller for the price and buys the little doll for her daughter. Back home, the girl begins to play with her new doll, a pretty doll in a pink dress, with blue eyes and blond hair. In one hand she holds a pretty parasol, and the other has two raised fingers. The mother, who has other errands to do, leaves her daughter alone at home for about an hour, while she goes to the local supermarket. The little one then remains alone in her room, playing with her doll. Suddenly, she hears the phone ringing and goes down to the dining room to answer. "Don't play with your doll after midnight!" »A voice orders him before hanging up. Frightened, the little girl returns to her room and puts her doll away at the bottom of her toy box. Her mother comes home a little later, and the little girl does not tell her about the phone call or about her doll. A week goes by without any problem, until the following Saturday. Indeed, the mother is invited to a party, and, as she has not found a babysitter, she decides to leave her little one alone at home. So she leaves by car, and spends the night at this famous evening. When she comes home at one in the morning, she decides to go and see her daughter's room to see if she is asleep. A week goes by without any problem, until the following Saturday. Indeed, the mother is invited to a party, and, as she has not found a babysitter, she decides to leave her little one alone at home. So she leaves by car, and spends the night at this famous evening. When she comes home at one in the morning, she decides to go and see her daughter's room to see if she is asleep. A week goes by without any problem, until the following Saturday. Indeed, the mother is invited to a party, and, as she has not found a babysitter, she decides to leave her little one alone at home. So she leaves by car, and spends the night at this famous evening. When she comes home at one in the morning, she decides to go and see her daughter's room to see if she is asleep. She opens the door and screams. Her daughter is lying on the ground, with her throat cut. The toy box is open, and next to it is the porcelain doll. Despite an investigation, the police did not find any traces of the break-in or the murderer. The mother, mad with pain, decided to sell her little girl's doll, which now had three fingers raised.

18. Corpses in mattresses

Come on, we end with a more fun one, because it's partly true. A man, after spending a night in his hotel room, goes to reception to complain: the room smells bad. The employees then assure him that they will do everything to rid the room of this smell. There, they start cleaning every corner, but the stench persists. It was only when one of them turned the heavy mattress over that they understood: a corpse was hidden in it. The man had slept all night with a dead man below him. In fact it has happened before, and on several occasions.

19. The cursed ring

The horror story of a woman who tries to prick a ring belonging to the corpse of an old woman. Problem: impossible to take it without cutting off your finger ... This story was a bit like our introduction to the concept of staging. Indeed, the secret to causing a good scare is to take advantage of the darkness to stroke someone's index finger when chanting "Give me back my ring! Give me back my ring!"

20. The Bloodstained Dress

The story of a woman who is injured while cooking and who gets blood all over her clothes. Already, it's not cool. But the worst part is that a voice at the end of the phone tells her that she has until midnight to remove the stain, otherwise ... Buy Mir express. There's no denying it, they know a thing or two about com 'at Unilever.

21. The Ghosts Of The Ancient Ram Inn

Remember how the hotel owners in The Shining built their holiday paradise over an ancient Indian burial ground, then acted surprised when it turned out haunted? Well, the owners of the Ancient Ram Inn in Gloucestershire went one step further. This hotel was built on a site allegedly once used for child sacrifice.As a result, the hotel is said to be one of the most haunted in England. Strange glowing lights appear in the corridors. A ghostly presence creeps up and down the staircase. People even say they’ve encountered a succubus while staying the night. But none of this has anything on the Bishop’s Room.A low-ceiling bedroom at the back of the inn, the room is said to infect anyone who steps inside with a sense of oppressive dread. Priests have been known to refuse to enter the room. Eight people who slept there have needed exorcisms, according to the current owner.

22. The dog

"It's not just dogs that can lick". The announcement of this simple fall is enough to awaken the memories of the history of our most chilling childhood, casually. Here, no ghost or supernatural, but just a psychopath dressed in dog skin. The little narration bonus: don't hesitate to say that it happened in the Yonne, you will gain credibility there.

23. The killer doll

In the 90s, we were treated to Chucky and ... Chucky 2, 3, 4. The dolls are a bit like the steak and chips of the freak. It is certainly not the top of the refinement, but it remains a sure value. A little girl receives for Christmas a doll which makes the sign of victory with her right hand, a toy with which she is not allowed to play after midnight. If you've read the title, it's easy to guess what's going to happen next. At the end of the story, the doll is back at the store, but this time with three fingers raised.

24. The ghost with the twisted cock

The standard bearer of the pee-poo period! Paragon of total humor, there are almost all the humorous springs of 4-7 year olds. A French, a Belgian and an American, the word "quéquette" and a more than slight fall. And yet, no need to lie, it made you smile just thinking about it.

25. When a kid takes a picture of the ghost of a WWI soldier

Mitch Glover, a 14 year old teenager, was taken by his school in France and on this occasion visited the cemeteries of Scottish soldiers who died during the First World War. He was probably messing around with his cool buddies while taking photos with his iPhone just to show his parents how he cultivated himself. And then in one of those photos, there was something weird, very, very weird even, very much like a ghost of a Scottish soldier in a kilt. Suffice to say that he freaked out.

26. Ah and if not how would you like to see Jim Morrison again?

Brett Meisner is a fairly famous rock historian. In 1997, he went to Père Lachaise to say hello to Jim Morrison, ex-singer of the Doors very, very dead and for a while. He has his picture taken in front of the grave, like everyone else. And then he has the clichés developed. And then there he has a surprise. Because in his picture, we simply see Jim Morrison swaying his hips. To date, we have not been able to prove the photomontage.

27. Another ghost story

Less known, this time around, and older. In 1946, a very good Australian woman goes to visit her daughter's grave (yes, she's dead, it's not that the mother is ultra far-sighted). Then she takes a souvenir photo, probably because it must have been heartwarming in Australia in the 1940s to watch the photo of her daughter's grave. The mother, Mrs. Andrews, was alone in front of the grave. However, in the photo, we can see a little girl very very clearly. Very very very clearly.

28. When a guy kills at Père Lachaise

On May 7, 2014, at Père Lachaise, Eric takes a walk. Eric did not have an easy life, beaten and raped by his father and the DDASS did not help him recover . But then, on May 7, 2014, he decided without ANY reason to beat to death a history buff who served as a volunteer guide for tourists. Finally, for no reason: the guide in question regularly went to a gay meeting place in the cemetery, as did Eric who did not accept his homosexuality but had a repulsive attraction for his repressed sexual orientation.

29. Kill in short circuit

In November 2011, passers-by found the body of a 23-year-old young woman slumped on a grave in the Val d'Oise. This grave is that of a friend of his, murdered with baseball bats two years earlier. The young woman also suffered enormous violence and her murder obviously took place in the cemetery.

30. When cemetery wardens discover a murder

A Reddit user says he worked in the 1970s alongside a friend of his in a cemetery to pay for his education. Among other voodoo statues, disturbing burnt dolls, stuffed animals and other strange things found near graves, he once discovered the naked corpse of a woman strangled near a grave and installed, arms folded, as if she was already standing there. in a coffin. The woman had been sexually abused and disfigured with fists. Her clothes were never found, nor her murderer. Suffice to say that the student quickly quit the job.

31. When you find the corpse of a seated woman

In the early hours of the morning, on his way to the cemetery where he worked, another Reddit user claims to have seen a car improperly parked in front of the main entrance. After going through the door, he saw the silhouette of a woman sitting against a tree: quickly, he realizes that this woman is wearing a scarf that has strangled him and that she is surrounded by blood; above all, his corpse is really perfectly seated, as if it had been placed in this position. After investigation, the police found a suicide note in the car: the woman had just lost her daughter. The position of his body cannot be explained.

32. The woman who dies at her friend's funeral

One day a woman dies. We organize ourselves. Among the organizers of the ceremony are two friends of the deceased, two very close sisters who have lived their whole lives together as in a good old Lucky Luke. Once the ceremony is over, the funeral director is surprised that the two sisters remain seated against each other even when everyone has returned to their car. He inquires about the situation: one of the sisters tells him that the other died during the ceremony and that she did not say anything so as not to ruin her friend's funeral.

33. Eternal flowers

One of the cemetery keeper's jobs is to reopen the vaults to allow the new dead to join their elders. In general, before the entrance is sealed, the vaults are garnished by relatives with flowers or personal items. However, recently, a Reddit user recounts having opened the crypt housing a couple who died in the 90s to make room for their children: however, flowers that had been placed there on this occasion were perfectly fresh. Not at all faded, not at all withered. And after examination, it turned out that they were indeed real flowers.

34. The Perron family claimed that the reality was much more frightening than the movie

The real business of the Perron family began in 1971, when Roger and Carolyn decided to move into a former farmhouse they had just purchased in the state of Rhode Island. They arrive in their new home with their five daughters: Andrea, Nancy, Christine, Cindy and Avril. More than 40 years later, the movie Conjuring hits theaters, and Andrea Perron told reporters that no family member was scared watching the movie because the reality was so much scary horror story. Carolyn Perron, the mother, also said that the hide-and-seek scene was well done in the movie but far more terrifying in real life. She also refused to come on the film set (while her husband and her daughters went there), fearing that the spirits would attack her again.

35. The neighbors tried to warn the family of the danger

While no strange event had yet occurred, Carolyn Perron received strange advice from her neighbors. In particular, he was advised to leave the lights on at night and even to flee this place with his family. Soon after, objects began to move for no good reason.

36. At first the spirits seemed harmless

According to their testimony, the children of the Perron family quickly felt a presence in the house but the girls were not frightened because this presence did not seem threatening. Apparently these ghosts spoke to them and kissed them on the forehead before they fell asleep. Frankly, I would have been terrified for much less than that.

37. Other spirits, less sympathetic, arrived later

As time went by, new spirits came to replace the gentle ghosts. According to the Perron children, that's when they started to get really scared. The spirits told them of the bodies of soldiers who would be walled up in the house. Some nights, always at the same time, a smell of burning flesh was felt in the house, waking the whole family. What seems to have traumatized the five little girls the most is the mind of a malicious man. They never wanted to give more details about what this presence did to them.

38. One of the children ended up locked in a trunk

One day, while the five girls are playing hide and seek, one of them decides to hide in a trunk that had no lock or particular closure (a simple trunk with the lid lifted). As no one finds her, the little girl decides to go out, but she realizes that it is impossible: the cover no longer lifts and the child is stuck inside the trunk. It was not until 20 minutes later that, alerted by the screams, one of the sisters arrived to rescue the little girl by simply lifting the lid. No one has ever solved this mystery.

39. The family stayed in the house for 9 years without being able to leave

In the movie Conjuring, the Warrens explain to the Perron family that it is useless to leave the house because the spirits have chosen to persecute them. In reality, the reason that forced the family to stay so long was simply financial. In the 1970s in the United States, between the government of Nixon and that of Carter, the economic crisis affected many families. In addition, the value of the Perron house is devalued every day because of the strange events that take place there. Result: nobody wants to buy this house and the Perrons do not have the means to live elsewhere with their five children. It was not until 1980 that they finally left this cursed place to go and live in Georgia.

40. Carolyn Perron actually saw a woman yelling at her in the middle of the night

One day, as she was going to bed, Carolyn saw a woman in a gray dress appear near her bed. The woman reportedly shouted at him "Go away or I will scare you away with death and darkness" (rough translation). After much research on the former inhabitants of the house, the Warrens and Perrons concluded that it was probably the ghost of a certain Bathsheba Thayer but it is obviously impossible to prove it.

41. Bathsheba Thayer was not a witch at all

In the movie Conjuring, the woman who appears in the house and ends up owning Carolyn Perron is portrayed as a witch who allegedly sacrificed her child to the devil before committing suicide. Actually, Bathsheba Thayer did exist but she never practiced witchcraft or anything close to it. She was a normal woman who lived in the 19th century with her husband. Three of her four children died very young but there is no mention of murder or suicide in the archives. Bathsheba Thayer died in 1885 of a heart attack.

42. Friends of the family contacted the Warrens

The Perrons never contacted Ed and Lorraine Warren, it was the Warrens who came to them. Friends of the Perron family actually attended a conference hosted by the Warrens in Connecticut and got to chat with the couple. They then talked about the strange events that had occurred in their friends' house and the Warrens replied: "We absolutely have to go and see."

43. The Warrens may have made it worse

Strangely, the Perron family's version of the facts and that of the Warren couple do not always coincide. Parts of the story are sometimes incomplete or slightly different. The movie Conjuring was primarily written based on the Warrens' version of events, the one where the couple manages to get rid of spirits. Unfortunately, that may not be the truth. According to the Perrons, the Warrens never really got rid of spirits, and the spirits remained in haunting them for years after they left home.

44. The real corpse in the fake haunted house

We all had this thought at 10 years old: “Can you imagine if the model, there, and well in fact, and well it would in fact be a real death? And bah in 1976, an American TV crew filming an episode in a haunted house in an amusement park in California had the answer. During the filming, a hanged man's mannequin lost an arm in which human bones were found. In reality, the body was that of a criminal, Elem McCurdy, murdered in 1911 after a train attack by a bounty hunter. The local undertaker had then embalmed it and kept it as a demonstration product because it was so well done. Until one day McCurdy's pseudo-brother came to claim the body. The pseudo-brother was actually a showman who had made the body a major part of his haunted house show.

45. The guy buried alive

"Can you imagine, in fact, you're not dead, but the doctor and well the doctor are wrong, and you find yourself buried alive?" Oh the seum! " It has happened many times. A guy called William Tebb recorded more than 200 such cases in recent history at the end of the 19th century. Recent history at the time, that is to say at the end of the 19th century. Afterwards, we sometimes found traces of scratches inside the coffins, which is never a good sign on the last moments offered to the world to the dead. A fashion developed in the early twentieth century: secure coffins, including some kind of horn or a powerful bell to signal that one was not dead (just in case).

46. The girl is stabbed in a discretionary library and nobody sees anything

You see it, eh, the American library with its green lamps, its endless passageways, its secluded places, its silence: a perfect place to fuck or to die stabbed by a maniac unleashed on campus. And bah in 1969, the student Betsy Aardsma was stabbed while she was consulting a book in one of the bays. Nobody saw anything, nobody heard anything. The killer was never discovered.

47. The killer who lived in hiding for several days in the house before killing the whole family

The house could well be haunted. We hear footsteps, we see things that disappear, we end up murdered by a maniac. In 1922, farmer Andreas Gruber and his family experienced exactly that. There were steps in the attic. Weird, did you say weird? Okay. The Grubers did not pick up. Then, on March 31, they were all killed with an ax: mother, father, children, grandchildren. But not the animals. We never found the murderer.

48. The manic surgeon

Under the guise of his long studies of medicine, the surgeon is in fact a maniac who operates on his victims with the sole and sole objective of collecting their organs. Yes it's possible. For example, that pretty much describes the surgeon Glen Tucker, who in the 1970s amused himself amputating arms for fun or doing square breast implants. One day a patient woke up in the middle of her nose job, which was broken, to see dear Doctor Tucker doing sadistic things with his nose in a deserted operating room. She complained and Tucker started following her down the street. Then Tucker had the good taste to die in a boating accident in 1982, or rather to pretend, since he was found in Florida a few years later. Rather than being tried, he committed suicide in 2011. After killing his wife and her cat.

49. Your ex cooks you a dog

"It would be horrible for a sadistic cook to make me eat Cookie Stew" (Cookie is the Gloden Retriever who shares your life). Yes. And bah Ryan Watenpaugh, after having freaked out his ex-girlfriend by forcing the door to his apartment, did something like that. When the girl in question escaped, he was left alone with the dog and later pretended that he had escaped. Then Cookie's mistress was stupid enough to accept an invitation to dinner and Wantenpaugh made her a nice little meal. Then he sent sadistic texts to the girl explaining that she had just eaten her dog. And also a plastic bag with the remains to prove that it was true.

50. Telephone. Midnight. "I see you"

We take the beginning of Scream . We transpose it into real life. A little English teenager from Chester in 2014 began to receive texts that she was being watched very closely by someone "in her house". The girl was not too careful, telling herself that she was dealing with a dingo, then lay down (anyway) in her mother's bed. Then she returned to her room in the middle of the night and, seeing that some stuff had been moved, looked under the bed. Where she found her stalker, an 18 year old kid. Fortunately, nothing happened to this poor little teenager.

51. The Legend of Charlie No-Face

It's a local story, but worth the detour. Charlie No Face was a character in popular culture around Pittsburgh, a sort of White Lady aimed at terrifying children. Except that in reality, Charlie existed. His real name was Raymond Robinson and he was disfigured by a maxi-shock in 1919 while playing near an electric conveyor. Then, Raymond Robinson lived a small life of patachon all alone by remaining cloistered in his home for fear of being judged. He would not allow himself to go out until nightfall. You kinda see how the guy became an urban legend.

52. Waking up with one missing kidney

1: take a load; 2: agree to get into a stranger's car; 3: wake up far from home, naked, with one kidney less and an extra scar. And bah know that it is a little possible: between 2000 and 2008, 500 Indians were the victims of illegal kidney trafficking. They were spotted in the street, not because they were drunk, but because they were looking for work and offered to them for bogus. Then chloroform, boom and more kidney.

53. The collector of human bodies

The super weird neighbor collects corpses, it is well known. Why else would he have so many papier mache dolls? Well done, Edvige. For example, the Moscow historian Anatoly Moskvin, who freaked out all the children in the neighborhood, was indeed responsible for the dead bodies in the Nizhny Novgorod cemetery. So Moskvin would collect the corpses, put on them girls' dresses and wigs, and arrange them in the apartment. There were 29 of them. With masks. And all. And all.

54. The murder of the Lawson family

We are in 1929, a time when, contrary to popular belief, people did not live in black and white. On Christmas Eve, Charlie Lawson, 43, a farmer from North Carolina, takes his family to town to take a picture and shop for clothes. The kind of activity that is quite unusual for a large family of farmers without a circle. There was his wife and their seven children there. The next day, December 25, Charlie waits for his two daughters to come out of the house to shoot them before hitting them badly. He then returns home and shoots another of his daughters who was on the steps. Then he walks into the house and kills everyone: his wife, his two boys and his little baby. He then heads for the woods and shoots himself in the head. The only survivor of the killing is the 16-year-old eldest, One of the theories that can explain the massacre is that the father allegedly got his daughter pregnant and found no other way out. Atmosphere atmosphere and Merry Christmas.

55. The Covina massacre

In 2008, the divorce between Bruce and Sylvia Pardo was confirmed. But as often during separations by mutual agreement, someone agrees more than the other: in this case, Bruce is not very satisfied with the situation. So he decides to hurt his ex-wife and his whole family. He takes the car and arrives at Sylvia's parents in Covina, California on Christmas Day. He rings the bell, disguised as Santa Claus, and Sylvia's niece lets him in. Especially since he has gifts in his hands! Except that the packaging actually contains a flamethrower and guns. Pardo begins by shooting everyone until the whole family is forced to hide. It was then that he poured gasoline all over the ground before using the flamethrower. He kills nine people including his ex-wife.

56. The corpse at the foot of the tree

In 2011, Michelle O'Dowd showed a beautiful Christmas spirit by offering her nephew's ex-girlfriend, Patty White, to come and live with her in exchange for a little cleaning. Except that a few days before Christmas, Michelle O'Dowd does not come to work without warning. Her twin brother is worried and goes to her house. His car is there, the house seems inhabited, but no trace of his sister. Ah yes in fact: his foot protrudes from the gifts piled up at the foot of the Christmas tree. Her protégé, Patty, hit and strangled her before leaving the body in place and fleeing the state. She was eventually arrested.

57. Christmas must go on

Justin Lee Klopp and his wife had the good idea of arguing on Christmas Day. Apparently, Klopp wasn't a guy it felt good to disagree with, compared to the fact that, to settle the brawl, he grabbed an ax and just smashed his wife, Stephanie. Before slitting his throat to be sure he had succeeded. Then he put the body in a plastic bag that he threw in the trash, before waking up his two children to go and celebrate Christmas with his parents. It was during the meal, which we imagine SUPER FRIENDLY, that Klopp decided to call the cops to confess his crime. Klopp hanged himself in prison.

58. The Ashland Tragedy

On December 23, 1881, three teenagers aged 14 to 17 were sleeping lazily, impatiently awaiting the next day's party. At that time, three people entered the Gibbon house to murder them using an ax and an iron bar. After the children died, the three people in question decided that the best thing was to burn the house to ashes. Neighbors were alarmed to see a fire and called the fire department. We found the kids, their heads shattered, among the debris. Ah, and among the teenagers there were two girls who were also raped. The three attackers were found, tried, and hanged.

59. The nice Christmas present

Alexis Valdez was living with his aunt in 2011 when he argued with her aunt's guy, Silvestre (who was called himself after Grosminet, let us note), who reproached him for not contributing to the rent. Alexis did not take reproaches. Suddenly, he took a hammer and smashed Silvestre's head, before turning on the music to be able to cuddle and in disorder: the enucleate, cut off his head and a few other things like the nose or the ears. Then he wrapped the head and left it on his aunt's pillow as a Christmas present. The police found him covered in blood. Valdez explained that, if his aunt had been present, she would have suffered the same fate.

60. The massacre of the Yazdanpanah family

Also in 2011, in Texas this time, we celebrated Christmas at the Yazdanpanah. It was time for the great unpacking of gifts. Suddenly, there is a knock on the door: it's the father, Aziz, disguised as Santa Claus. Of course, that annoys everyone; besides, her niece, Sahra, sends a text to her boyfriend: "There you go, he's trying to play the ideal father when he's never there." Error buzzer, Sahra, wrong answer. Aziz pulls out a gun and kills everyone: his ex-wife, Fatemeh, as well as his son and daughter, Fatehemeh's sister, her husband and therefore Sahra, their 22-year-old daughter. Then he kills himself. 7 dead, found among the gifts a few hours later.

61. The disappearance of JonBenet Ramsey

6-year-old Little Miss Sunshine, JonBenet Ramsay disappears at the end of December 1996 in Colorado. The mother of the little one indicates that a demand for ransom has been sent to the family. Except that, during the beatings, the father of the little one ends up discovering his corpse in the basement of the house. JonBenet was strangled and hit on the head. It is December 25th. The family was suspected for a time, then cleared of all suspicion. It is not known who committed the crime. Merry Christmas to everyone.

62. The Good Samaritan and the Good Samaritan

Young actress Tricia McCauley was supposed to spend Christmas 2016 with her pals. On the road, she meets a hitchhiker and stops. After all, it is the spirit of Christmas to help each other. Imagine Tricia as some kind of perfect, talented, vegan girl and all, eh, that's important for the future. Because Tricia never makes it to Christmas dinner. On the other hand, she uses her credit card a lot of times to make large withdrawals. On December 27, we find his body rolled up in a ball in his car. Tricia was raped, beaten and strangled. The hitchhiker, Duane Johnson, is found shortly after. And there, he explains that in reality he just helped Tricia kill herself because she really wanted to. And that he didn't rape her since she agreed. In short, a simple Christmas present, a service rendered in turn to a good Samaritan woman.

63. The date gone wrong

December 2015. Katie Locke, a 23-year-old teacher, has a date with Carld Langdell, a lawyer she knew on a dating site. The evening is going well. So much so that they decide to go together to a very nice hotel in London, the Theobalds Park Hotel. Except that Langdell strangles Katie in the bedroom, before raping her post mortem. Then he wraps his corpse in a quilt which he throws in the thickets. Katie's corpse is found on Christmas Day. Ah, Langdell had had a short stay in a mental hospital, during which he explained to a nurse that he fantasized about slitting a girl's throat. He was sentenced to life imprisonment.

64. The haunted stone

This Inca legend tells the story of Túpac Yupanqui, son of the sun, who liked to party after winning a battle. One day when he was putting down a rebellion, he had a pretty little captive handed over to her to rape her in a cool way. Except that the prisoner already had a lover and did not have a mad desire to be raped. At night, she runs away with the guy she's in love with and the two get caught up. Tupac set them on fire. Since then, a stone has been found there, the shape of which is exactly similar to the girl's body. You should not go there at night, for fear of being tormented by the spirit of the haunted stone.

65. The mourner

The legend dates back to the 16th century. In Tenochtilan, Mexico, locals roamed their homes at night, so as not to be tormented by the spirit of a woman wandering the streets in tears. The mourning woman wandered around the city, before stopping in the central square to pray. Every night, the woman disappeared around Lake Texcoco. Those who dared to approach him disappeared in troubled circumstances. The legend has variations throughout the entire South American territory.

66. El chupacabra

Literally the goat sucker. A strange being from Puerto Rico who eats animals, or rather the blood of animals, vampire style. Apparently, there is evidence of a kind of biped that would attack at night and never leave a trail. The animal was supposedly seen all over South America: legend has it that it was of extraterrestrial origin or that it was the result of failed scientific experimentation.

67. La Tunda

This legend of the Colombian Pacific coast evokes a mysterious, semi-monstrous woman who would lure the locals into the jungle to keep them prisoners and kill them. She disguises herself as a loved one of her victim before making him swallow poisonous langoustines which force him to remain eternally in a state of trance. It mainly attacks children.

68. El Imbunche

A small Chilean child entrusted to wizards and become monstrous. His face is fixed to the back of his head, his fingers and ears are hooked. El Imbuche imitates animal sounds and practices black magic. It feeds on fresh meat.

69. The penitent

A little old woman who takes taxis in Mexico to get to church. She asks the taxi to wait for her, goes to the church, comes back and asks to go to another church. From church to church, the taxi driver finally brings the old woman home: as payment, she gives the driver a ring, asking him to come back the next day to get his money. The next day, when the driver returns, he is told that the old woman in question has been dead for several years.

70. La Cegua

A supernatural being who pursues and punishes unfaithful and / or picolos men. It would be the spirit of a young Costa Rican condemned to wander on deserted roads and seduce men: she gets caught hitchhiking, lets herself be flirted a little, then trades her pretty face for a dead horse's head with rotting skin hanging down all over the place. There, generally, the men shout.

71. The whistler

You have to be careful in the Venezuelan jungle at night. We might well come across the whistler, a 6-meter tall giant that moves as discreetly as an ant and chooses its victims from among the stray walkers. To find out he's around, it's simple: he whistles non-stop and his huge bag contains the clashing bones of his victims. He sucks the blood of drunkards and flirtatious people who return home after a good night's sleep.

72. El Pombero

This Paraguayan legend relates to a little elf, Pomberito, who is rather nice with the peasants to whom he agrees to render services by, in return, receiving offerings every night for 30 days. But if a peasant forgets to make the offering, he runs the risk of not very cool reprimands, such as death, for example.

73. The ramp house

In Mexico, an abandoned and half-built house borders the feet of a mountain. The house has ramps and is said to have been built for a little girl in a wheelchair. This little girl would have died falling from the second floor, paving the way for a long series of accidents and deaths of all kinds: two workers died during the construction of the house. At night, you would hear screams in the house and see silhouettes.

74. The family scammed for over twenty years

An American knew that her parents had been victims of identity theft twenty years before realizing she too. She figured out that the person who had done that at the time had probably recovered her identity at the same time, and either way she was right. After the death of her mother, she discovers with her father that in reality it was the late mother from the beginning. Indeed this one had made a credit card in the name of his daughter. Together they went back over twenty years of frauds and realized that she had also scammed the grandfather for $ 1,500. We obviously do not take everything to the grave.

75. The Lille student registered at the Banque de France

It all starts the day Maya, a 20-year-old student, has her wallet stolen in the metro. Some time later she realizes that three loans have been taken in her name and that a loss of 59,600 € means that she will become stuck in the Bank of France and banned from banking. The discovery of unpaid train fines as well as other debts in her name follows, which plunges her into a hell of administrative procedures to prove her innocence. And it's still very loaf to have to proclaim your innocence all the time because of a nice scam.

76. The woman who begins to suspect her husband of leading a double life

In 2008, a Franco-Turkish couple living in Orléans began to receive mortgage payments for purchases and loans they had not made. The wife even goes so far as to imagine a double life for her husband on the move. It is precisely the wife who will conduct an investigation which "would make the private detectives pale" as the representative of the public prosecutor pointed out during the hearing. She will trace all the information and find that her husband's identity has been sold on a network and bought by a Turkish national living quietly in the city of Caen. She now calls herself Sherlock Holmes. No that's wrong, but she could.

77. The man whose identity has been stolen for 17 years

In 2004, Loïc received a phone call from a bank branch in Toulouse (a city he did not live in) which informed him that his accounts had been transferred. Not being at the origin of the action, an investigation is opened and we find a total of five people who pretended to be him. For 17 years, he constantly dealt with bailiffs, administrations and banks. In total, 17 bank accounts, problems with CAF and social security, ten telephone lines, various consumer credits were reported. Today he has a psychiatric follow-up and is under medication. At the time, he was forced to stop studying law and political science.

78. The Australian woman who got involved in a murder

We arrive on the heavy. An Australian woman living in Israel who is 6 months pregnant learns over the radio that she is wanted for the murder of Hamas leader Mahmoud Al-Mabhouh. She realizes that three Australians (including her) had their identities usurped in this affair and that false passports (including one in her name) have been found. So she freaked out but in the end we quickly understand the scam and she is not worried.

79. The mother who had only guaranteed the rental of her son

When she sends the file for the rental of her son's apartment, this woman is far from suspecting the various scams that will follow. She first receives a file for the purchase of automobile insurance. She contacts the mentioned mechanic and realizes that someone has bought a used vehicle in her name. A few days later a credit organization tries to withdraw € 300 from his account. History repeats itself three times, three vehicles purchased, three different credit organizations. It's just the horror for the poor lady whose case is still pending.

80. The student who has been declared a child

Then 25 years old, a student of Congolese origin holding a master's degree learns that it is forbidden to issue checks following an incident on a new account. He goes to the agency and learns that a client has usurped his identity. He files three complaints without anything moving forward. A judge finally gives an order dismissing his complaints. He later learns that his usurper has been convicted of forgery and forgery in the Congo and returns to the police station where he is offered to "negotiate with his usurper" (nice). One day, he discovers that a little girl is declared dependent on him, even though he has no children. Finally confused with the con artist, he was even taken into custody before the court understood his mistake.

81. The employee of the fraud department who messed around a bit

An American IRS (Internal Revenue Service) has spent years helping people who are victims of fraud. In reality, she was stealing their identities in order to defraud herself. For over three years she used IRS computers to retrieve people's data (names / dates of birth / social security numbers) in order to defraud reimbursement services. In all, she raised nearly $ 400,000 before being arrested and sentenced to nine years in prison.

82. My parents' note that I forged not to go to class

I was in 4th and I'm not very proud of this anecdote. I had forged my father's signature so as not to go to sports class on a Friday afternoon. Everyone saw nothing but an old-fashioned old cop who didn't get it and checked every apology. He worked for years on the “4th D apology affair” in order to corner me and he finally got there over twelve years later. Today I write this top from my cell, consumed by remorse. DON'T FRAUD.

83. Lost, or prisoner

This feeling, in a dream, refers directly to the perception that we have of reality in relation to the path to take, in any field whatsoever. The feeling of being out of options or having too many options can create a stress that must be identified in order to get rid of these nightmares. Without a suitable response, this nightmare is often the first step before moving on to the next ones.

84. In free fall, or drowned

This sensation usually occurs in a context of overwork. The stress is then “internalized” and accumulated to take the form of this nightmare. It is precisely the reactions you will have during this fall that will translate your way of seeing the problems in reality.

85. A machine or a phone that does not work

Unless you have experienced these worries too often with technology, this type of nightmare can turn out to be symptomatic of a feeling of loss: the estrangement of a loved one, physical or emotional, or the feeling of having without the wanting to erect a barrier with his entourage. If this nightmare is recurring, ask yourself about the relationship you have with your "friends" and if you haven't let it all rot a bit.

86. Naked in a public place

Getting naked by accident is a fairly clear representation of secrets that we do not want to reveal. The difficulty of "getting naked" literally shows itself in nightmares, and the awkward feeling you experience in your dreams must be a little like the one you fear if more is learned about you. You may need to assume a little more who you are and to relativize the judgment of others, you will live the better.

87. Natural or man-made disaster

This type of nightmare is often fraught with meaning: a disaster dream would refer to an imminent "disaster" in reality. It is therefore important to identify what, in our dream, makes us helpless and to try to determine which event of our reality plunges us into this state and constitutes a source of stress sometimes unconscious.

88. A failed exam

The first relationship we have with a possible failure haunts us long after the end of our schooling. This fear of being evaluated illustrates the feeling of deserving or not what one has. If we did an objective review of what you have achieved in your life, would you be satisfied? If you dreamed of a copy of immaculate whiteness, it might not be.

89. The loss or destruction of his house

A house illustrates the dichotomy between the desire to preserve what we have inside and the image and solidity that we show on the outside. Your home is you. If your nightmare shows destruction or theft inside this house, in the privacy of your walls, this should be understood as a feeling of betrayal, or a fear of being manipulated.

90. Car breakdown

As with the house, the vehicle you are in symbolizes your own body. The car shows an impeccable exterior appearance when the mechanics stop, you have to understand this image as the difference in perception that we have on the outside and inside. Heading straight for a crash betrays a feeling of weakness or lack of control over one's own life.

91. Injury, illness or death

Beyond this belief which wants that "if one dies in a dream, one dies in reality", it is necessary to relativize the gravity of this kind of vision: certainly, this morbid appearance in dreams can be compared to the report that we have death, when it concerns a loved one for example. But sometimes it is lighter, and this death can illustrate a change in his own life, which implies a new era. New job, stop smoking, buy a hybrid car, you kill the old "you" to be reborn in a Prius.

92. Prosecuted or attacked

If it is universally shared, it is because this dream appeals to an instinct to flee from what, it seems, is stronger than us. According to Freud, this dream manifests the anxiety of the individual, whatever the seriousness of this concern. We think we can deal with these little worries, your nightmares show you not, and that you have to face them. Little more: if the pursuer has a knife or a long object, it is certainly a sexual representation, which you flee or to which you want to give in with guilt.

93. The Banshee

When we see a messenger from the other world disembark, we don't expect her to tell us a Belgian joke, in general, it is to announce an imminent death. It's a bit like the White Lady of the corner. Afterwards, depending on the region, she acts as a mourner, a crier or she washes the dead. Anyway, she doesn't have a very funky job.

94. The Merrow

Merrow is the Gaelic equivalent of a mermaid. There are female Merrows but also males. The former are beautiful, like the classic mermaids. The second on the other hand are simply disgusting (pointed teeth, green hair, and very ugly, in short the lookalikes of the singer of the Pogues ). Besides their beauty, the female Merrows are no less beautiful whores who hate humans and do not hesitate to do dirty things to them. Usually seeing one was not considered a good sign. In fact most of the time that meant that we were either going to clamor pretty quickly, or suffer a good little family curse.

95. The Puck

As if "The Puck" weren't ugly enough, this creature is also adorned with nicknames as ridiculous as the nickname itself: "Jack with the lantern", "Will with the twist", or "Robin Good friend ". The Puck is a leprechaun who has the power to transform into an animal and who likes to play pranks. One of his favorite valves, for example, is pushing old ladies, and it's true that it's really fun, you should give it a try. Most of the time he uses his ability to transform into a black horse with fiery yellow eyes, an appearance he uses to freak out the villagers. We're not sure that's how he'll be able to make friends, but that doesn't seem to bother him too much.

96. Fir Darrig

It looks like a Leprechaun, with one little more characteristic: it becomes encrusted. He arrives at your house, takes the best seat by the fire and starts to dry his filthy clothes in your living room. If you don't comply, he'll piss you off. A kind of Michel Blanc in "Come home, I live with a friend" , but super nasty.

97. The Dullahan

These headless horsemen are a curious bunch. Capable of beheading themselves to mess around and to play bowls with their skulls, the Dullahan fear gold more than anything. So keep a coin on you (next to the garlic for vampires) to keep them away. Because know it, you shouldn't piss them off too much: they have a human spine as a whip and when they stop their horse, they cry out a name, and the person passes the weapon to the left immediately.

98. The Grogoch

Yes, "The", because this human-looking creature wouldn't have a female. So they live between guys in tiny and precarious huts, a cave or a hole doing the trick, they are a little dirty, but apparently very nice. A bit like our computer science students. The Grogoch will not hesitate, from time to time, to give a little help, in return for a pot of cream as remuneration. Last tip: he is very afraid of priests and he can, if necessary, make himself invisible. It is a superpower like any other.

99. inn Mac Cumaill

Finn is a warrior with universal knowledge. Already said like that, it imposes it. On the other hand, the way he got it is pretty lame. To be honest, he spent 7 years trying to catch a salmon with universal knowledge, and once he got there, he cooked it to peck it, so far so good. Except that during this cooking the juice of the salmon sprinkled his thumb. So every time he sucks his thumb he has access to universal knowledge (it's really practical in interrogation ...). And yes, this legend is one of the most nazi in the history of legends. According to this same legend Finn is not dead, he is just sleeping and will wake up to protect Ireland when needed. For now the English and Thierry Henry sleep soundly, but you never know.

100. Les Cluricaunes

An umpteenth derivative of Leprechaun but in a drunken version. If you behave well they will protect your wine cellar, but if you mess around they will empty your barrels and let your wine rot. Most of the time they are old and overall they are known to be fat lazy. Their favorite hobby: riding sheep ... In short, they look pretty cool.

La Llorona

history according to the region, appearances and more

The legend of the weeping woman is a tale belonging to the folklore and urban mythology of Latin America, it consists of the story of a woman who lost her children, and who could never recover them, then when she died she became a ghost in the shape of a woman, who wanders along trails and roads scaring his victims, learn more about this figure by reading this article.

History of the legend of llorona
Historians have written various topics rega
rding the origin of this urban legend, the pre-Hispanic peoples spoke of ghostly beings that cried near the rivers, some say that sometimes they could observe a lady with clothing similar to that used in palaces, near the river, bellowing and shouting air. This narration can be seen in the writing of "Bernardino de Sahagún", a Spanish priest, who recounted stories of the original peoples of America.

In Mexico it is said that this legend was born, which is associated with the goddess Cihucoatl, who with the arrival of the Spanish conquerors, the figure with common features and referring to the characteristics of Hispanics is assumed.

Likewise, it is believed that its root comes from pre-Hispanic gods, such as Aucanime, Xonaxi Queculla, however in Peru it is closely related to the underworld, hunger, death and disease, through the goddess Xtabay, who was a goddess , the candona (jungle of Mexico), who seduced men.

This goddess behaved in a very particular way, attacked and pounced on her victims, hugging men above all, driving them crazy after she seduced them, later killed them, they say she was very attractive and that is why men approached her.

In all this variety of ancestral stories, the tradition of the Spaniards was added, who with their arrival took hold of the legend of the weeping woman.

Where are you from?
In some colonized towns, it was possible at night to witness how the Spanish soldiers and authorities decreed the curfew, when women began to hear cries and moans, starting at eleven o'clock at night. People say that you could not even look out of the corner of your eye, because it could cause death. Some more daring said that they had been able to see her and that she always wore a white dress.

For some time La Llorona was identified with a lady named Doña Marina "La Malinche", who was said to be Don Hernán Cortez's lover, and who appeared at night repentant, looking for her forbidden love. In some places, such as Venezuela, it is said that she is an indigenous woman, others state that she was mestizo or creole, who had an affair with a Spanish man, which was illegal for the society of that time.

The woman was pregnant with the Spanish and when she gave birth to her children she had to murder them, to avoid the contempt and punishment of the authorities and her people.

Unable to bear the pressure and pain of losing her children, she commits suicide and eventually begins to appear from the world of the dead to try to give life to her children, in the world of the living, crying and complaining wherever she goes. it passes, taking every man it gets in its path.

On the other hand, in Central America, its origin comes from the spiritual beings called Itso, they are geniuses with the shape of a woman and the body of a chicken that inhabit the caves in the mountains.

These beings begin to emit moans and screams when they sense that a child is going to die, or when a child is lost in the woods; In the Bribi language (Original from Panama and Costa Rica), the word Itso means Llorona, hence the legends of these countries are very similar.

However, in places like Colombia and Argentina, it is believed that it is a mixture and influence of the Mexican urban legend, mixed with aboriginal cultural elements of those regions, giving life to this Legend.

In Guatemala
Different versions have been heard in this country, one of them describes a very beautiful woman named Marisa, whose spirit lives in suffering, motivated by the fact that she murdered her children near the bank of a river; their appearances occur near the roads that lead to the rivers.

The bravest men cannot resist the temptation of this beautiful woman, who seduces them and subsequently begins to emit some screams that end up scaring them and even ending their lives. And they say the only way to save yourself is by wearing your underwear backwards.

This woman betrayed her husband, so that other relationship Oued or pregnant, and when the child was born, decided to throw it into the river, hence his appearances are repeated and is always dressed in white, wearing face covered by a hair long and black, and some people have even said that his face looks like a horse.

The second version of the Legend of the Weeping Woman, in Guatemala, has to do with a society woman, called Mrs. López de Figueroa, who was married to a very influential, serious and responsible man, the man had a great fortune, he indulged his wife in all her whims, such as clothes, parties and everything she desired.

In one of her escapades, the woman became pregnant and had a child who had to assassinate him, so as not to be discredited in her social environment, this led her to suicide, from that moment she appears in all the towns of Guatemala, paying her penalty for the murder of their children.

The third version of this legend tells of a very poor woman who lived in a small town, her husband barely earned some money to support them; after a while they had had four children and the husband had become seriously ill, she had run out of money to eat and feed her children.

One day he brought them together with the idea of taking them for a walk to the river, when they arrived he began to throw them one by one, looking for them to drown, however the children fought and did not die, so they returned to their mother.

Dismayed by the appearance of the children, she thought they were her ghosts, the woman was filled with fear, and decided to throw herself into the river. From that day on, the specter of women has been walking along the roads near the river, in a carriage, taking the city as its destination, in it she emits deafening screams, asking for help to locate her children, asking where they are, then she returns to the river , gets off the cart and throws himself again, where he disappears.

In Mexico
In this country, historians say that the legend was born in Mexico City, and was the basis for expanding to other Latin American countries. It has two versions, one tells the story of an indigenous woman who married a Spanish soldier and the other less known and oldest version, which describes the story of people who live near Lake Texcoco, where they listen at night. Laments of a woman who wanders the area, lamenting the death of her son and the loss of her own life.

Her name was Chocacihuatl, and she was one of the first women who died giving birth. It is said that her body floats in the shape of a skull with her son, searching and catching any traveler who dared to prowl at night; if any mortal observed these spirits, he was prone to suffer the excesses of this ghost.

All this legend was reflected in an article published in the text "General history of things in New Spain", by Fray San Bernardino de Sahagún, in which it is stated that the goddess Chocacihuatl accompanies all Mexicans during the pilgrimage, in search of from the city of Aztlán.

The spirit wandered among the lakes and temples of Anahuac, dressed in white and with long black hair, screaming and lamenting the death of her children.

After the colonial period, the people of Mexico said that they observed a woman dressed in white, walking the streets of Mexico City. From that date until today, it has continued to be said that the legend of La Llorona is real, and continues to appear at night in different parts of the city; people say they hear her wailing at night and in the early morning of the city.

In Honduras
It is one of the most famous stories within the legends of that country, there are several versions, however some are confused with another legend called "La sucia", but they are really different, for Hondurans, the legend of the weeping woman, presents a woman dressed in white, with a skull-like face and very long hair. Their objective, according to people, is to scare their victims, who are near rivers, streams and lonely trails.

Those who meet her go crazy, due to the screams and laughter, which then changes to a heartbroken cry, then begins to shout "Where are my children?".

It is believed that La Llorona was an ordinary woman who lived alone with her three children, since her husband, who was an alcoholic, beat her a lot and had subsequently abandoned them. One day the man appeared at the house without warning, and as no one came out to greet him, he was so upset that he began to throw everything he could get, so the terrified children had to hide.

The woman tried to defend her children and her house by confronting the man, who struck her unconscious, upon waking she observed that her children had disappeared along with the man, she began to look for them, but never succeeded. Many years passed and the woman died of sadness, from that moment it began to be said that the spirit of this woman wanders the roads, looking for her children.

Another version of the legend says it was a crybaby, very beautiful, single, young woman one day became pregnant and her youth decided not to have children, so tom it or the option of aborting; to the short time the woman began to hear every day the cry of a baby, both arrived or to listen, they went crazy and began to roam the streets looking for peace and shouting: Where is my son?

In Costa Rica
Also considered as one of the most famous urban legends of that country, the legend of the weeping woman is detailed in several versions, and it can be said that it is one of the most romantic in all of Latin America, since in each of its versions, it raises a beautiful romance that is enriched with time but culminates in death.

One of these stories tells of a beautiful young woman, who was the daughter of the leader of the Huetar indigenous ethnic group. She fell in love with one of the Spanish visitors, so they both had a loving relationship, so the Spanish went to the indigenous king to ask for the girl's hand, but the king refused, since the young woman was engaged. with another king belonging to another tribe

Contradicting her father, the young woman met the young Spaniard in secret, near a waterfall, which was always her meeting place.

In those encounters the young woman got pregnant, and when she gave birth they hid the baby, but they were discovered, so the king of the tribe challenged the young Spanish man to a duel. During the meeting, the young woman tried to stop the duel, but her father told her that he already knew of the boy's existence, so he had cursed him and threw him into the river.

The father also cursed his daughter, subjecting her for the rest of her life to wander the banks of rivers, in search of her son, followed by evil spirits who had the idea of reminding her of her misfortune.

The young woman went into the forest trying to avoid the curse, screaming heartrendingly. On the other hand, the king and the Spanish continued their duel and both fell dead; The young woman ended up wandering through eternity in search of her little one, fulfilling her father's curse.

In Chile
The versions of this legend in Chile are also very varied, it is compared with the legend of La Calchona and the widow of the Mexican legend. The story says that there was a woman who was very jealous, because her husband shared more time with the children than with her, so day by day she went mad more and became more frantic with the issue of jealousy, so she opted for taking their children and throwing them into the river to drown.

The husband, observing that he did not see the children, asked the woman about them and she told him what she had done, so the man decided to separate from her, this resulted in the woman dying of sadness and desolation From that moment the legend of La Llorona began.

Its origin dates back to pre-Hispanic times, where the aborigines say that there was a spirit that wandered grieving throughout the territory, had a connection with death, the way they say was of a woman who was cursed by her unhealthy jealousy.

However, there is another story about this legend, where a very beautiful woman lived alone with her son, she had a very humble house that later caught fire, with her son inside, the son was the product of a forbidden love, so apparently the child was going to live in hiding all his life.

After the fire, the child's body was not found, so the woman went crazy and had to be locked up in a hospital for the insane. There she died without being able to know where her son was, and since then rumors began to spread that the woman had left the hospital, crying and screaming, for the loss of her son.

Subsequently, it began to be said that a woman appeared on the loneliest paths, asking for the whereabouts of her children and asking for something to eat.

According to legend, this woman was buried in an unnamed grave, although some say she was cremated, but what is true is that the Legend of the Llorona in Chile always accompanies travelers in the southern towns of the country.

In Argentina
In Argentina the weeping woman is a blind, insane woman who killed her children by drowning them in a river, later committed suicide; It is said that she was a very tall woman, whose face covered her entire face and reached her feet, it is believed that she is a spirit in search of revenge and the person who manages to meet her must answer the question of Where are her Children? , indicating any direction to him, in order to save his life.

His appearance happens in an ethereal way, floating in the air, over rivers and other times on lonely roads, sometimes, when he does not agree with the direction indicated, he shows his horrible face to his victims. It is important to mention that each region of Argentina tells a different story regarding the weeping woman.

Its origin dates back to 1975, in the middle of the civil war, it is said that there was a woman who devoted intense care to her son, when one day a person stole the child, that loss caused him such great pain that he decided to hang himself. This event happened inside a cabin, in 1978, but the curious thing about the case is that the body was found a year later.

The woman's name was María del Carmen Monterriego, who would later become known as La Llorona. However, in the year 1990, it is when the paranormal story truly begins, after a citizen of the town of Villa María, observed a woman of approximately 33 years, who walked dressed in black, sobbing and crying very heartbroken, the man He decided to come closer and asked him how late it was in that area and why he was crying.

However, he did not receive any response, but a few words of regret "where will my son be, son I love you, come back, I love you, come back, I ask you", disappearing immediately, the man realizes that what he had seen was a spirit. Since then, sobs have been heard at night and it is said that he is capable of kidnapping children, with the idea of seeing if he can get his son.

In Venezuela
In this country there is also the Legend of La Llorona, it is considered a soul in pain, represented by a very young woman, who had an affair with a soldier, he abandoned her and as she did not know, nor had any idea of how to take care of the child , decided to assassinate him with his bare hands.

When the young woman realized what she had done, she chose to take her own life, people seeing what she had done, cursed her, she ran to the sheets, eventually becoming a horror.

They say that children who are alone are robbed, they cry especially in the Easter season. This legend is more deeply rooted in plains towns, such as Guárico, Barinas, Portuguesa and Apure. There are many folk songs related to this legend, several composers have dedicated folk musical works referring to the legend of La Llorona.

It is considered, along with Sayona, El Silbón and Florentino y el Diablo, as the most important within the Venezuelan mythological cult. Certain stories describe her as a woman who always dresses in white, her face can never be seen, and prowls through the meadows and rivers looking for her children, asking where they are. Some plains stories say that he takes revenge on unfaithful men, whom he not only scares, but is also capable of murdering them.

In colombia
It is part of the trilogy of the most famous legends of Colombia, along with La Tunda and La Patasola. The Legend of the Llorona is a tradition rooted within Colombian folklore, which describes a wandering spirit that roams the mountains, rivers and valleys.

She always wears a multicolored dress that reaches her heels, her hair, like the other versions from different countries, is very long black, she wears fireflies, butterflies and fireflies on it, which flutter and perch while she is walking.

Its face has the appearance of a skull, where in the part of the eyes it has two balls that rotate between them, an umbilical cord hangs from its nose, and in its mouth it carries a stem of a rose, which it bites with its large teeth. The origin of this legend dates back to colonial times, when people described a woman, who wandered through the villages, with a loaded baby and screaming in pain, due to the death of her precious son.

In some regions it is called "La Tarumana" or "La María Pardo", it is said that this version of the weeping woman does not allow anyone to approach her, so that she begins to scream scaring people, it is said that her appearances they are generally near cemeteries.

Another version of this legend tells about a woman covered in dirty rags, with the face of a corpse, but who in life was a very beautiful woman, with dazzling eyes, who attracted the attention of men.

There is also another version, which tells of another woman, who appears in the villages, hanging around the houses and looking out the windows, looking for her children killed by herself, the only way to get her away is to play chords on a guitar , smoke tobacco and pour brandy on the floor.

In many regions of Colombia this legend is referred to with very peculiar characteristics, the details vary depending on the clothing and the way to scare people, the rest, the physical characteristics are always the same.

In Ecuador
In this country there is also another interesting version of this legend, and like other Hispanic stories, the myth deals with a woman who suffered a lot from the abandonment of her husband, which caused her to drown her son in a river, and later repent and go looking for it. Since then, the spirit of the woman is in pain, and as revenge she cuts the little finger of anyone she gets in her way.

Its origin is also pre-Columbian, where the inhabitants say that a woman wandered the roads looking for the nearest river with the idea of ​​saving her son who was drowning; whoever couldn't give him the right direction was prone to having his finger cut off.

Unlike other countries, in Ecuador, this legend is very similar in almost all regions, even the physical descriptions of the spirit are similar, always dressed in white, indecipherable facial features and never walking, but always floating.

Likewise, it is said that his revenge is against the men who cheat on their wives, annoying them on the roads and seducing them, and then hugging and killing them. This creature emits frightening, frightening moans, so much that the dogs go crazy, its appearances are always during the full moon, and its appearance brings bad omens, such as illnesses, and misfortunes to the families.

However, there are versions of some villagers, claiming that what the woman is looking for is help and comfort, she should only be given what she asks for, so some people give them their belongings and household items.

In Nicaragua
She is considered a ghostly figure that wanders at night scaring the dream of the peasant communities of Nicaragua, this woman manifests herself through a thunderous scream, and the places where she usually appears are in the Calvario de León neighborhood and its surroundings.

People say that a woman is frequently heard crying. Its origin comes from the times of the Colony, when the women who washed their clothes near the river, did it quickly to prevent nightfall, since when darkness fell, a woman would appear who took their clothes and threw them To the river For these women, the weeping woman was the spirit of a woman who was grieving, because she had thrown her children into the river.

In Nicaragua, several versions are also heard regarding the form and characteristics of the legend, for example; One of the best known versions is that the mysterious cry that is heard near the rivers, belongs to a deep sorrow of a mother, who lost her children while washing her clothes.

The story told by some people says that, in very ancient times, there was a woman who had a 13-year-old girl, who helped her mother to wash the clothes of the whole family, however there were men who were interested in the young woman, and in an oversight the young woman fell in love with one of them, who after having a secret affair, got her pregnant.the weeping woman.
Her mother always told her that the blood of slaves should not be mixed with that of whites, so when the young woman gave birth, she observed that the child was white, and remembering what her mother told her, she took him to the river and He drowned it, avoiding embarrassment and dishonor towards the family. When the young woman threw her baby into the river, she heard a voice saying: Ay! mother… oh mother!… oh mother!…, then she tried to save him, but the more she tried to get him out, the farther she went, when she could no longer, she left the river and began to cry for the terrible loss.

The girl, distraught and upset by the loss of the baby, went mad. So she went screaming, for a long time until people began to call her "La llorona", then she died, leaving her spirit wandering and in pain, where at night she can hear her sobbing in pain looking for her son, heading to the river, where then it disappears.

In Bolivia
In this country there are many people who do not believe in these myths, however, in the towns of Yacuiba and Salvador Mazza, the legend of the weeping woman is rooted as one of the most popular. It is said that in the early morning shouts and laments are heard from a woman asking for her son to be returned to her, some residents say they have seen her, they describe her as a woman who walks dressed in white, with hair that covers her face and reaches the floor.

Like other countries, in Bolivia there are also several versions of this legend, it is said that she was a woman with a good social position, who lived in one of the large houses in the central part of Yacuiba, the woman had problems with her partner and lost his sanity.

It was so much that at night she left her house and wandered the streets, frightening whoever crossed her path, it is believed that the woman was taken to a sanatorium for the mentally ill, because for a while, she was never heard from.

Other people report that near the border between Bolivia and Argentina, neighbors hear screams and lamentations during the night, it is believed that it is the Llorona that roams that area, in order to scare passers-by at night.

On the other hand, there is a version of this legend where the population of Cancañiri, claim to have seen the appearance of a ghost in the shape of a woman, who sows panic and terror among the inhabitants; It is believed that it was the spirit of a woman from the area, who died of sadness when her son, looking for a ball, died on the rails of a train.

The horror appears in the railway stations, screaming and asking for her son, many say that the woman was called Laura and lived alone with her child, worked in the mines in the area and helped clean the Cancañiri train station. This version of the weeping woman is credited with scaring children who are alone near the train station. Therefore, mothers do not leave their children alone near said station.

Indigenous Version
Legend has it that many years ago, during the time of the conquest, there was an indigenous woman who began to have romances with a Spanish soldier, they used to see each other secretly, since the union between these two types of people was prohibited, both for the tribes as well as for Spanish society. After a while, the relationship obtained the fruit of their love, at that time three beautiful children were born, whom the young Indian woman took great care of and showed him love.

The young soldier also worried about them, but he was worried about the idea that they were going to say if he formalized a relationship with the Indian woman, so he made the decision to leave the young woman and relate to a woman from the high colonial society. The separation destroyed the young woman's heart and when she found out that she had married another woman, she decided to take her children to the river, and thinking that the children would not grow up with their father's love, she threw them into the river and drowned them, then she threw herself into the depths of the river and also drowned.

From that moment it is said that a woman's cry of exclamation is heard near the rivers, for the pain and suffering of having lost the love of her soul, having killed her children and taking her own life for them. This story with this type of characteristics is heard in almost all Latin American countries, with some variations, however the background and the context is always the same, it is believed that it is the root of all the Legends of the weeping woman in the continent. American.

Spanish version
At the beginning of the seventeenth century, there existed in the city of Durango a very beautiful woman named Doña Susana de Leyva y Borja, who had dazzled all the men of the city, she was always courted by each one of them, waiting to be reciprocated by love. of this beautiful woman, however the young woman rejected all kinds of compliments and presents.

At that time, many handsome young men came from the capital, in search of progress and well-being for the city, among them a very gallant young man named Don Gilberto Hernández and Rubio de Martínez y Nevárez appeared, who one day, riding his noble colt, met with the beautiful young woman.

When the young knight observed the beauty of Susana, he got off his horse and spread his cape on the ground for her to step on (a gesture of chivalry used a lot in times of the Spanish Empire), the young man began to declaim beautiful poems to her, which They impressed the young lady, which led to the beginning of an affair, which would later be formalized with the legal courtship. The young woman's father rebuked her for considering that she should be related to noble people and not to any young man she found on the streets.

So the father prohibited and demanded that his daughter break the relationship immediately, the young woman was very much in love with Gilberto, so one night they decided to elope without saying anything to anyone. On the outskirts of the city the young man improvised a small camp in order to spend the night, (They say in Spain that today this place is called the Negrete and Navarro pass).

However, they decided to settle in that place and built their house and home, where they also had three beautiful children. The young woman asked her partner to legalize the marriage, but he never responded and only gave her gold coins.

One Sunday when the young Susana attended mass in the main temple, she heard at the end of the mass that the father was inviting all the people to the marriage of the young Don Gilberto (His partner), with Doña Marcela Jiménez, the young woman observed that his The husband was putting up posters for their marriage and immediately left the compound, looking for an answer to what he had seen.

The young woman rebuked Gustavo, and he told her to leave him alone, since he had found out that Susana was the daughter of an Indian, also her father had lied to her and he could not marry a woman who had a servant lineage. In revenge, the young Susana dressed very elegant, and went to the church where Gilberto's wedding was taking place, nobody recognized Susana, so the young woman approached just when the ceremony was at its best, and delivered an accurate dagger in the back of both grooms, who fell dead in front of the priest.

The young woman fled, and maddened she arrived home, took the three children, and before being arrested by the authorities, she ran into the forest fleeing and escaping from justice, when she reached a stream that today is called " The big channel ”, the woman slaughtered the three children, throwing them into the river, then she buried the dagger in her chest, also ending their lives.

The whole city was impressed by the event, and that same night the cries began to be heard saying: Aaaaayyy !, aaaaayyy !, miiiis sonoooos !, where are my children? Aaaaayyy! By then, the Legend of the weeping woman was born throughout the city of Durango.

Appearances in Puerto Rico
In this country the weeping woman is a legendary character, and like other Latin American cultures, she is a woman who loses her children and, turned into a soul in pain, desperately searches for them. There are few references to its origin, despite the fact that many residents, especially in the El Tendal sector, in Las Lajas, and explain that at night, a black silhouette appears covered with white clothing, which moves from one place to another. another, while hearing a thunderous shout that says: "Mom, Dad, Pablo."

They say that she is the weeping woman, a young woman who died in a car accident many time ago, whose spirit roams that area seeking to rest in peace. On the other hand, there are other versions that speak of "The lady of the curve" or "The girl of the dance", where it is said that the drivers spot a woman walking alone on a road, the driver believes that he has run over her, and when he stops, he sees that he finds no one on the road.

Another very similar version says that drivers observe that a woman invites them to stop and asks her to take him, when after a short period of time, the driver observes that the woman has disappeared from the back seat, then the same driver finds out by another person entering the car, the story of a woman who had tragically died in the place where the driver had mounted her.

The characteristics of the ghost are those of a woman dressed as a bride, her face cannot be seen, since her hair covers her entire face, it is also believed that this ghost belonged to a woman who was killed by her boyfriend when she was run over. They were heading for the honeymoon; It is also said that the apparitions are due to the lady trying to warn drivers about a dangerous curve or a very nearby broken bridge.

Also appears in Puebla
In the popular city of Puebla Mexico, a very particular story is told regarding the Legend of the weeping woman, it is considered one of the relevant ones among the many that exist in that country, where the content is similar to that of other stories. Latin American let's see:

There was a group of people near a campfire, when suddenly a very strong wind blew out the flame and everything was silent, the cold was intense, and as if it were a horror movie, a woman dressed in white appeared, came out Between the trees and everyone began to shout: "Be careful with La Llorona!" Suddenly the woman began to scream, and the people were frozen with fear.

Suddenly the woman lifted the veil that covered her face, and a pale face could be observed, her eyes were of a terrible look, and looking at one of the people she said: "Noooooo, I was not how they see me now, I was beautiful, not these spoils of a tormented woman, but it was her fault! The fault of that man. He cheated on me, he broke my heart! ”She then paused and continued telling the story, where she explained that she had killed her children by drowning them near a river in revenge for her husband's deception.

The figure finished telling the story and tears came out of his horrible eyes, one of the people asked him: why would a man cheat on such a beautiful woman? a thunderous shout saying "Aaaay, where will my children be", and a thick fog appearing, disappeared without leaving a trace. This is the way it is known in the population of Puebla, the story of a woman who lives grieving in all corners of the city.

The legend of la llorona for children
Being considered one of the most important legends in Latin America, many artists, writers, film directors, and even educators have decided to create versions of the Llorona Legend that can be digested by children and young people, many books with cartoons and Animated films have been created in order that the little ones can know the version of this international myth, the idea is to create in them the knowledge of cultural stories that are part of the lives of the citizens of each country.

In Mexico, short versions have been created detailing the story of a woman who lost her children on the banks of a river, some stories are based on stories during colonial times, however other more daring have described the stories updating them with the present time. The idea is to attract the attention of the boys, with varied and striking titles.

In the case of television, many producers have produced short shorts, where the story of La Llorona is described in a very pleasant way, with very colorful cartoons and beautiful figures, which attract the attention of children, in many countries, organizations that govern educational systems, have included the theme of the weeping woman in the texts used by children in their schools, especially levels ranging from first to sixth grade.

There, La Llorona is described as a legend that is part of the nation's popular culture, starting from the cultural point, where myths represent the folkloric heritage of any region, encouraging the stories of various legends with enjoyable readings, which help expand knowledge. of children and young people. The idea for many psychologists and specialists in the field, is that children begin to know the feeling of pain, love, and acceptance of death as part of life itself, in a simple way.

Many consider that I should not present this information to children, since their innocence could be violated, when observing the behavior of a woman who murders her children, it can cause some kind of disorder, which parents sometimes cannot handle. The topic lends itself to discussion and our intention is only to present knowledge and information about this legend.

At the cinema
Almost all the countries where the Legend of La Llorona exists, have created its version in films, either with the purpose of teaching, as well as entertaining the little ones, such is the case of Venezuela where more than five films of Children's court in educational and entertainment formats for children, always with the title "La llorona". On the other hand, during this year 2018, Warner brothers launched a high-level film production on the market, where it takes the elements of the legend of La Llorona Mexicana, to show the story of the most famous ghost woman in Latin America.

It will premiere in several countries in Europe and Latin America, and its plot is based on the legend of the weeping woman of Mexico, set in the 70s, the plot consists of the story of a social worker, who ignores her mother's warning , which has endangered the life of their son, when suddenly they are dragged by the anger of La Llorona, who harasses them and they try to survive, with the help of a mystical priest, who keeps the mysterious woman.

The character in Coco
The film Coco represented for Mexico, as the most emblematic film of recent years, where it was possible to reflect in a practical, fun and harmonious way, the characteristics of certain Mexican cultures rooted in its population, in the case of the legend of La Llorona , a song and interpretation of a musical theme was inserted, which you have composed for years and represented the icon of this film.

Many identify the song with the film, and the interpretive quality of the singers was interesting, so much so that it had the opportunity to be nominated for several international awards and even win awards for best song in terms of cinema.

The song as such, is part of popular Mexican folklore, it was born in the region of the Isthmus of Tehuntepec, Oxaca, there is no original version, the lyrics are taken by whoever is going to interpret it and later adds verses that configure an original concept, the melody has been maintained through the years. It is believed that along with La Adelita and La Cucaracha, they are the most famous Mexican songs of all time.

The musical theme appears in different Mexican films, where the performances have always been accompanied by the figure of the weeping woman with characteristics referring to the script of each film. In the case of the film Coco, the interpreter is the famous singer Marco Antonio Solís (Ernesto de la Cruz) and the singer Angélica Vale (Imelda Rivera), who interprets the theme in a concert, trying to escape from Ernesto, although in the end they end singing it together.

Other data
Regarding the song, its lyrics do not have a defined author, in fact many artists try to adapt the lyrics, combining the Mexican tradition of the legend together with the folkloric situations of each region. In the rest of the Latin American countries where the legend is deeply rooted, we can find descriptions and interpretations of La Llorona depending on the geographical location and social environment.

Such is the case of Venezuela, where the legend is presented with differences in context and varied characteristics. When the Andean version is listened to and it is compared with the oriental or llanera version, differences are appreciated in the lyrics, melodies and environments, very different from the Mexican version, where in almost the whole country the main theme is always maintained, even composed themes that attempt to detail more specifically the motives of this ghost, to lash out at men.

On the other hand, only in Mexico has the weeping woman been considered a goddess, who was characterized by protecting pregnant women and the inhabitants of all Mexican regions, her name was Cihuacoalt. Tradition says that the goddess always returns to look for her son, but what they get are sacrificial knives, the Spaniards say that the natives told the story of this goddess, and they related that at night they listened to her laments and cried for her children (The Mexicas), they said that the suffering was because they thought they were going to be destroyed.

Little by little, through the ages, this beautiful legend has been erased from popular memory, only some remember its participation in Aztec mythological writings, in certain very traditional peoples or in the stories of old people who still live to be able to tell the story original.

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