In Chihuahua, Mexico, there is a bridal shop with an exceptionally beautiful yet creepy-looking mannequin. Some believe that the mannequin is the preserved body of the old owner’s daughter, who died of a spider bite on her wedding day years before.
Because the current owner takes care not to let outsiders touch the mannequin or even ask questions about it, a real unexplained mystery exists about its true origins.
SHE WAS FIRST INSTALLED IN THE WINDOW IN 1930.
For more than 80 years, visitors from all over the world have been lured to a wedding gown shop in Chihuahua, Mexico, to study the spookily lifelike bridal mannequin in the window.
Most are so captivated by the mesmerizing gaze of La Pascualita, that they leave convinced that she is a mummy rather than a dummy.
People soon realized that she bore an uncanny likeness to the store’s owner at the time, Pascuala Esparza. They concluded that the apparent mannequin was really the embalmed body of Esparza’s daughter who had died recently on her wedding day after being bitten by a black widow spider.
According to legend, the mannequin is not really a model at all, but the perfectly preserved corpse of the previous owner’s daughter.
Esparza denied the story, but the rumors persisted.