Rio Grande - Las Cruces New Mexico

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The cries of a woman who allegedly drowned her kids in the river can be heard along the river banks. She is supposed to be cursed to wander the banks for eternity searching for her children.

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Geographic Information

Las Cruces, NM
United States
32.300208355695155, -106.8247652501953
Dona Ana County, New Mexico
Nearest Towns:
Fairacres, NM (1.3 mi.)
Mesilla, NM (2.5 mi.)
Las Cruces, NM (2.8 mi.)
San Ysidro, NM (3.6 mi.)
University Park, NM (4.3 mi.)
San Pablo, NM (4.6 mi.)
Dona Ana, NM (6.2 mi.)
San Miguel, NM (11.3 mi.)
Mesquite, NM (12.0 mi.)
La Mesa, NM (14.1 mi.)


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