The Legend of The Donkey Lady

by on Jun.10, 2011, under Syndicated from the Web

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A Tale of Mythology by: RFR Casket Crew Denise

Any who has gone to school in San Antonio has heard of the Donkey Lady.

Fire Flames

A Horrible Fire is where the Story of the Donkey Lady Began

Now the way I heard it, back in the fifites, a young woman was in a fire. Apparently the woman lost two children in that same fire and that her husband started it.

The woman survived but was left horribly disfigured. It is also said that when her face healed, the skin had something of a droop, baggy appearance. Her fingers were fused together, leaving dark stumps – or hooves.

Disfigured and totally insane, it’s said the woman stayed mostly in the rural backwood areas of the county, terrorizing anyone who approached her.

During summer nights, if she stumbled upon unsuspecting campers, she would try to separate them so she could pounce on a lone victim, ripping, chewing…well, you get the idea.

This is but one legend here in Texas, Deadites. Each week, I will try to bring another legend from around the states and world. Do you have a weird legend or ghost story from your hometown or state. Let me know by sending me an email to:

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