These 8 urban legends in texas will keep you awake at night from an angry banshee lady haunting the rio grande to the famous bragg lights deep in the heart of the big thicket texas offers plenty of tales about strange beasts ghosts of women searching desperately for their children and sightings of unexplained lights to keep your friends and family from out of state entertained for days. Maine red claws celtics memphis hustle grizzlies northern arizona suns suns oklahoma city blue thunder raptors 905 raptors rio grande valley vipers rockets salt lake city stars jazz santa cruz warriors warriors sioux falls skyforce heat south bay lakers lakers stockton kings kings texas legends mavericks westchester knicks knicks . The pecos river one of the major tributaries of the rio grande runs through new mexico and texas before it empties into the rio grande near del rio texas famous for its frontier folklore the river flows out of the pecos wilderness through rugged granite canyons and waterfalls and passes small high mountain meadows along its 926 mile journey. Interestingly enough the rio grande region on the south of the border has long had legends and sightings of a creature that seems very similar to what has been seen in texas locals of northern mexico and the rio grande of texas have long spoken of a giant bird creature which they call la lechuza that can supposedly stand up to 7 feet high
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