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The White Lady of Alegria Cemetery: A Haunting Legend

The Ghostly Apparition Seeking Revenge

By Keerthana ThirumalairajPublished 8 months ago 3 min read

Deep in the heart of Alegria, there was a cemetery that had been in existence for centuries. The cemetery was the final resting place for many people who had lived in the town over the years. However, it was also the site of a terrifying legend that had been passed down from generation to generation.

The legend was about a White Lady who haunted the cemetery at night. According to the story, the White Lady was the spirit of a woman who had died tragically and was seeking revenge. The locals said that the White Lady was the ghost of a woman who had been betrayed by her lover and left to die alone.

It was said that on certain nights, the White Lady could be seen walking through the cemetery in a flowing white gown. Her hair was long and dark, and her face was pale and hauntingly beautiful. Some people claimed to have heard her crying in the night, and others had seen her sitting at the graves of loved ones, weeping silently.

Despite the stories, many people in Alegria dismissed the legend of the White Lady as nothing more than superstition. However, there were some who believed in the legend and claimed to have had their own encounters with the ghostly apparition.

One such person was a young woman named Maria. Maria was a local of Alegria and had grown up hearing stories of the White Lady. Although she had always been skeptical of the legend, she couldn't help but feel a sense of unease whenever she passed by the cemetery at night.

One evening, Maria was walking home from a friend's house when she found herself passing by the cemetery. The moon was full and bright, casting an eerie glow over the gravestones. Maria quickened her pace, feeling a chill run down her spine.

As she passed by the entrance to the cemetery, she saw something that made her stop dead in her tracks. In the distance, she could see the faint outline of a figure dressed in white. Maria's heart raced as she realized that the figure was moving towards her.

At first, Maria tried to convince herself that it was just her imagination, but the figure continued to move closer and closer until it was standing right in front of her. It was the White Lady.

Maria could feel her pulse racing as she stared at the ghostly apparition. The White Lady's hair was blowing gently in the breeze, and her eyes seemed to be staring straight through Maria. For a moment, Maria felt like she was frozen in time, unable to move or speak.

Suddenly, the White Lady let out a blood-curdling scream that echoed through the cemetery. Maria felt a wave of fear wash over her as she turned and ran as fast as she could back to her home.

After that night, Maria was never the same. She became withdrawn and anxious, unable to shake off the terror of her encounter with the White Lady. She would wake up in the middle of the night, drenched in sweat, and the image of the ghostly apparition would be burned into her mind.

Years passed, and Maria eventually left Alegria to start a new life elsewhere. However, she could never forget the White Lady and the terror she had experienced that night. She tried to convince herself that it was just a figment of her imagination, but she knew deep down that the legend was true.

Today, the legend of the White Lady of Alegria Cemetery continues to be passed down from generation to generation. Some people believe that she still haunts the cemetery, while others dismiss the story as nothing more than a myth.

However, for those who have had their own encounters with the White Lady, the legend is very real. They know that the ghostly apparition is out there, wandering the cemetery at night, waiting for her revenge.

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About the Creator

Keerthana Thirumalairaj

An Independent Solitude girl, who recently found the interests in writings and converts Facts and imaginations into writings.

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