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Aaah-oooooo…. The Webb County Heritage Foundation invites the public to visit “Haunted Heritage – Myths and Legends of Laredo” on exhibit in spooky, downtown Laredo. The display features a spine-tingling photo exhibit of Laredo’s most infamous haunted sites that is sure to make you walk just a little faster through certain areas of the city, and explains some of the stories and legends of Laredo’s mysterious past. Come find out about our region’s most notorious spooky characters: “La Llorona”, the chupacabra, the UFO crash near Laredo, and the spirits that visit many local schools).
The exhibit takes place throughout the month of October at the Villa Antigua® Border Heritage Museum at 810 Zaragoza St. in historic, downtown Laredo. Museum hours are Tuesday – Saturday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Museum admission is $3. Every Tuesday is free admission day. COVID-19 restrictions are in place. All visitors are required to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.