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Sparrow Hill Road: Bringing Traveling Ghosts to Life

I love a good ghost story. Not the kind that jumps out and shouts “boo!” or the Halloween horror type with ocher dripping eyes, but the true clinging to the edges of life through time tale. 610 more words

Urban Fantasy Writing

February's Finale: Four Female Ghosts and Why They're Scary

I’m very thankful I could participate in the New England Horror Writers’ Women in Horror Month blog series! “Wandering Women: Four Types of Female Ghosts and Why They’re Scary” examines why creatures like… 163 more words

News

La Llorona

Hola mi gente,
I’m so sick the liberal hypocrites who have all of sudden gown a backbone and sense of morality. While neocons like Trump and his henchmen have “alternate facts,” so-called liberals live in an… 980 more words

The day I became a true Colombian myth

I was lying next to my husband in bed when he let out a loud and inopportune giggle.

“Are you okay?” I said, astonished, because I had been on the verge of sleep. 889 more words

Colombia

La Llorona- A Prelude

Prelude

Once, in a small village atop a steep gorge, nestled in the deep woods of Guatemala, lived a woman so beautiful that she was thought to be the direct descendant of a goddess. 1,112 more words

Fiction

La Llorona

I have always been familiar with La Llorona. I vaguely recall my Abuelita telling me a spooky story about the woman who wails for her children, and that no child was safe from her deathly search unless they were well behaved and stayed inside after dark. 343 more words