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A beautiful illustrated anthology with the best Mexican scary folktales told by local Mexicans (translated in English): creepy horror stories about beautiful damsels in distress, mysterious ghosts, vengeful priests, devil incarnated, living dead, evil witches and other supernatural phenomena. Nineteen (!) short stories - inc. the famous La Llorana tale - for a Día De Muertos (Day of the Dead) party with your friends or spending a spooky night at home alone. With illustrations by legendary Mexican artist José Guadalupe Posada and amazing art design from front to back by international artist D. Kepler, this book is a feast for the eye and a contender for the book design of the year award. An essential anthology for people who are interested in Mexploitation, horror stories and scary folktales as well as Mexican and Hispanic culture and history.