Mexican Ghost Tales of the Southwest
A handful of terrifying stories conform this collection of ghost tales from the U.S.-Mexico border.
Edited by Alfred and Kat Ávila
Publication Date: September 30, 1994
Imprint: Piñata Books
Ages: 11 and up
9 in stock
The ancient evil spirits of La Llorona, the Wailing Woman of Aztec-Hispanic tradition; the hell that lies within Pancho Villa’s treasure caves; the restless ghost of a Chinese girl whose body was tragically lost, of a dead man out to reclaim his shoes, of a Japanese lady whose ashes were carelessly tossed in a cactus patch are but a handful of the terrifying stories in this collection of ghost tales from the U.S.-Mexico border.