“Hello, my name is Cris and I also witnessed a flying humanoid. I clearly saw it could have been a Witch. It was early, around 9 pm, my children and I were driving to my brother’s house on North Valverde and Minnesota in North Donna, TX when I turned East on Minnesota Rd about half a mile into, here comes a figure in rags flying next to my window on the driver’s side.
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“This happened between the ages of 5-7 (1987-1989) years old, while living in Edinburg, TX, off Sugar Road and Wendy Drive by a canal.
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I had always heard the story of the crying lady, where she had drowned her kids in the canal because she couldn’t take care of them, or she was a battered wife and didn’t want them to be hurt anymore, or she was just plain old mentally unstable. I didn’t believe the story because growing up in the Valley, you hear tons of scary stories.
This next creepy story seems to be a classic case of Brujeria (Latin American Witchcraft).
“I am a very true believer in the Lord, but we always have to think this way, ” if there is good, there is BAD.” This all happened a few months ago about in November. I have a friend, out of nowhere she started getting ill and Doctors could not find anything that was causing for her to have a bloated stomach and be in the ICU dying. They sent her to Houston and was there for another month in ICU and they couldn’t find anything either. So, when they sent her back down to McAllen, TX she was in the ICU for 2 days before they would disconnect her from artificial life, her husband decided to go to a curandera in Weslaco. I’m talking about a curandera, (ONE WHO CURES BAD) not a bruja (witch).
This has to be one of the best stories we’ve received! Taking place in Olmito, TX. Check it out.
“From the time I was 16 until I was 19 (mid 90’s) I had a job exercising horses at a ranch in Olmito, TX just a few miles from Rancho Viejo.
After I finished exercising all the horses, there was a horse I was allowed to ride just for fun. I would often ride the horse on the dirt roads that interlaced the fields out by the ranch where the horses were kept.
This heart touching story comes to us from a Texas woman after she returned from a trip to Reynosa, Mexico along the Texas-Mexico border.
“One afternoon, my dad and I were crossing the Reynosa-Hidalgo Bridge after getting some medication in Reynosa for my dad’s flu. As we were waiting in line, we noticed the car next to us was overheating and spilling all the water from the radiator.
The Rio Grande Valley has always had a rich history of Mexican Folklore and along with that comes legends such as La Llorona but such legends are usually spawned out of truth. We have had several sightings reported about La Llorona. As the story goes, though several variations exist, the most basic story tells of a woman who drowned her children in a river as a means of revenge because her husband left her for a younger woman.
She now wanders, searching for her drowned offspring. She constantly weeps, hence her name “La Llorona.”
“I work at Dillard’s in McAllen,Texas and I’ve been working there for 15 yrs. I used to work up stairs in the home dept.
One day, I was walking in the stock room because we used to wrap wedding presents in there and I looked to the left at the way end of the room.
I saw a tall man dressed in an old fashion tuxedo. He was reaching up on the top shelf. He looked at me and I looked at him. I was about to wrap the gift when suddenly it hit me.
I looked again and he was gone. I got scared and went out. I told my co-worker about it. He said, “yes, I’ve seen ladies dresses in old fashion clothes, with umbrellas. They look at me and smile.”-Gracie
“I have an experience I had back in 2012 at my apartment on 11th St. in McAllen, TX. One cold December evening, I left to go visit my father at a nursing home, while walking towards the apt exit next to the pool area, there’s a boy about 7 yrs. old wearing a square short sleeve shirt and jeans. The night was a little cold and lightly raining. The boy was facing towards the pool and I just left, but I kept thinking to myself, what a little boy would be doing alone outside.
The neighborhood was quiet and no one was outside because of the cold weather and light rain, so I just left. When I got back from visiting my dad, I saw the boy standing facing the apt office window. He was just still, I asked him, “are you ok?” He turned and looked at me and said, “I wanna go there.”
He pointed to the east side of the apt. I said, “where do you live?” and he kept pointing to the east side, so I said, “go in to your house.” So, he just started walking toward an empty apt, opened the door and went in, but that apt was empty and I waited for him to get inside. The apt looked dark, but he went inside and the door just closed by itself.
I felt chills cause the boy was outside by himself when I left and he was also at the same place when I got back about 2 hrs later. Then, when I told a friend of mine who lived at the apts about the boy, she said that years back a little boy drowned there in the pool.”-Irma
There seems to be an up-rise in stories coming in about shadow people. A shadow person is exactly what it sounds like a dark shadow like figure, sometimes with a hat on. You can find other shadow people stories here. If you have seen something like this, we want to hear about it. You can share your story here.
“In Early February of 2017, I was traveling East bound on Jasmine Street in McAllen, TX with my wife when I happened to notice something incredibly creepy in the backyard of a home located on the North side of the street.
Around 8:30pm, standing in the backyard was the dark figure of a man planking/leaning against the side of the garage of the home in question.