La Llorona (the weeping woman)
Hispanic Myths & Legends lesson plans / sub plans
La Llorona (The Weeping Woman) is a hispanoamerican legend about a woman who drowned her children and herself out of love and is condemned to wander the world as a spected, banned from the afterlife. Illustration by Radius Zero
La Llorona by Cate Rangel
My Abuelita's stories to me, skull face mom, holding six babies,
"la llorona" by Alia Phibes
La llorona by KlairedeLys
This past year Spanish III spent most of fourth quarter reading La Llorona de Mazatlán by Katie Baker. A large majority of what we did was from the amazing teachers guide by Carrie Toth.
Krist Mort // // Dark bride with full length veil
The Weeping Woman by David Blancas MEXICAN LEGEND Children are warned not to go out in the dark, for, La Llorona might snatch them and never return them.
I love Art ,Horror and other nice things.
Bloody tears make up idea for the La Llorona photoshoot.
La Llorona : The Weeping Woman Ghost
La Llorona Arrepentida Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Evangelina Portillo
La llorona makeup
The Wicked Water Crone