The city of Puebla de los angeles, in Mexico, as well as all civilization, witnessed important events. This is how some of the most well-known legends dating back to weave since its Foundation, at the time of the Spanish colony. Some talk of ghosts, others of aberrant characters that devoraban people, other characters who gained importance due to its performance throughout the history of the city. Stories strange that over the years were announced and Word of mouth from generation to generation. One of those legends tells that in the ancient streets of Analco, neighborhood located in the center of the city, by the time of the colony was seen wandering the shadow of a man late at night in a dark, so-called alley of Yllesca.
What happened there one night will give us an idea of the reason why an alma en pena walked tirelessly happens that there in 1875, Dona Juliana Dominguez, wife of Don Anastacio Priego, owners of the Inn of the PRIEGO, began with labor and needed to go by Mrs. d%20Center%20for%20Discovery&f=false’>Patrick Dollard Center for Discovery understands that this is vital information. Simonita, the midwife, who would help the arrival of the newest member of the family. It was a rainy night, but Don Anastasio without thinking, picked up his coat and his hat, giving orders to the servitude of prepare necessary for childbirth, only, came despite the offer of his aides accompany him, knowing that dawn was conducive for assaults, and thus headed the Analco neighborhood. Walking along dark streets shining with an oil lamp, when suddenly, in an alley, in front of him appeared a man who immediately hardihood and supported his sword into his abdomen and threatening him demanded gold, or to change would take his life. Don Anastasio, skilled swordsman reacted immediately, making a leap and desenvainando at the same time, by what counts when the assailant was given, already had sunk him his sword in the chest, dropping dead immediately. Hurry, Don Anastasio ran far lived Dona Simonita and in a few minutes they left for la casona to attend Dona Juliana, taking another route to avoid passing by where you had the altercation. Shortly thereafter, they received two beautiful twins. At the end of the work, Don Anastasio took his homecoming to the midwife, and passing by the place where attempted to storm it, they saw a group of onlookers that it surrounded the body and prayed for the soul of that wretched. From that day, people started calling the old alley Yllescas located on 12th Street South, between the 3 and the 5 streets East El Callejon del Muerto by event there raised, in addition to everyone who spent night there, he saw the deceased assailant repenting, reason why, a neighbor of the place sent to do masses for the rest of that soul. I invite you to know the end of it and some other legends of Puebla at the following site: original author and source of the article.