Don’t walk late at night in Mexico

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I have been listening to your stories for a while now. Since then, I’ve been wanting to send you a story my dad told us about. I just couldn’t find the courage to send it in. But I think now is the right time. I’ll tell you the story from my dad’s point of view. Here goes…

I was about 19 or 20 years old when this happened. It happened one night in my village in Guanajuato, Mexico. I was out drinking and playing cards with a couple of friends. After a few hours, it had gotten real late. I believe it was 12 or 1 am in the morning. Anyways, I said my goodbyes and started to walk to your grandmas house. The night was earily quiet and dark. But I was a bit drunk, so it didn’t bother me too much.

As I was walking up the path to get home. I felt as if something was looking at me. I thought it was just my tipsy state. But something told me to turn around. As soon as I did, I regretted that decision.

This black dog appeared out of nowhere. I know it wasn’t on the path or the neighboring houses. But, it wasn’t just that the dog appeared out of thin air. It’s eyes….its eyes were 2 round red lights. It looked like 2 eyes on fire with no pupils. Redder than firewood burning. I stood there frozen, trying to comprehend what I’m seeing.

But as my eyes started to look down to its feet. My heart skipped a beat and my eyes almost bulging out of my head. The dog was floating mid air! Where its legs were suppose to be…there was nothing. Kind of like an incomplete picture someone didn’t finish. I was trying to figure out what the hell was in front of me.

Just then, the dog started growling. It’s red eyes locked on me. I panicked and I started to run home. The path was on a steep rocky hill. I don’t know how but I ran and didn’t trip. I could hear his paws running on the path. But like I said, that dog was floating mid air. How could I hear its steps? I could hear him growling and barking at me. I just kept running. Hoping it wouldn’t catch up to me.

I reached the gate, swung open the door. Closed it and ran to my room. My heart was racing and I was tired from the running. I sat there thinking what the hell just chased me? It couldn’t be a normal dog. Dogs don’t have red circles for eyes with no pupils. Much less float mid air and have no feet. After some thinking, I decided to sleep and put it behind me.

The next morning, I talked to your grandma about it. Hesitant, she told me most likely it was the devil in dog form. He tends to take different forms to roam the earth. Looking for mischievous people roaming the nights. If he caught up to you, he would take you to hell. For all of eternity.

Needless to say, I reevaluated my life choices up to then. I decided then and there to change. I stopped gambling, drinking out late and getting drunk. Not to mention a few years later I would marry your mom.

My dad had always been a serious but loving dad. So when he told us this story. We 100% believed him. Why would he lie about something like this? I could see the fear in his eyes when he told us this story. He is a brave strong man. So to see him act that way, was surprising.

To this day, he stills find it hard to believe what he saw that night. Was it really the devil in dog form? Was he just drunk? Did he imagine the whole incident? I’m telling you this story not to scare you. But to give you a warning. Remember that there are things that creep at night. It’s not just bad people that try to find a victim.

The devil might be roaming the nights for it’s next victim. Be careful if you find yourself in Mexico at night. Taking a midnight stroll in the moonlight. There just might be a pair of red glowing eyes…staring you down.

Thank you Darkness in advanced, if you choose my dad’s story for your next video. Stay scary!!! 🙂


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