La Popular is a very famous bridal shop in Chihuahua, Mexico. However, it is not known for its beautiful bridal gowns, but a certain mannequin that has “lived” there for over 70 years. She even has a name – La Pascualita, or Little Pascuala.
According to an urban legend, La Pascualita is in fact an extremely well-preserved corpse of the daughter of the shop’s original owner, Pascuala Esparza.
When the mannequin was first installed in the shop window on March 25, 1930, people were immediately taken by how human-like she looked.
She had real hair, fine expression lines on her face, and even varicose veins on her legs.
The locals noticed her resemblance to the owner’s daughter, who had recently died on her wedding day, and concluded that it was her embalmed body.
Looking at these photos of the mannequin, it’s not hard to see why people would jump to that conclusion.
Her hands are extremely realistic, with fine lines and small hairs.
An urban legend like this isn’t complete without a few supernatural stories of its own.
Some people claim that her mesmerizing gaze seems to follow you around, like Mona Lisa, and swear that she shifts her positions by herself.
Only the owner and a few close employees are allowed to change her dress behind closed curtains.
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