When the streets of mexico sites can be found in which several tales and legendsespecially those found in Historical Centerplace where the shoddy wife legend.
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in what was a House who marked the number 3 from then rue de la Fausse Porte de Santo Domingosame as Currently mark it number 100lived a ecclesiastical clericand a few streets further his best friend, in Balbanera Barswhich was formerly called House of Pujavante.
It is assumed that over the years 1670 to 1680a solitary clerk lived on the street that used to be called False Door of Santo Domingowho is called today Republic of Peru. Due to his loneliness, the man decided to look for a woman to live with; However, his wish was not welcomed, especially by his friend, a herrero that he lived a few blocks away and was extremely religious.
The clergyman’s compadre, that is, the blacksmith, constantly insisted that he away from wife with whom he lived and resume his true vocation, but the monks refused to leave herso he continued his life with her.
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One particular night the blacksmith noticed loud knocking on his door, he quickly rushed to see who was the person knocking so earnestly on his workshop door so late. The moment he opened it, he found two Mensame as they had a mule tied.
The men told him that the cleric had sent them to see him and that he could see the mule, so he could see it. I will put on shoes as soon as possiblesince As soon as the sun came up, I had to go on a trip.
Despite the strange feeling it gave him, he hastened to place the horseshoes on the legs of the mule, and when he was ready, the messengers carried him away with violent blows. At dawn, the subject ran to the priest to find out the reason for his hasty journey, but to his surprise he was still asleep when he arrived.
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When his friend woke up, he told the blacksmith that I didn’t plan to go anywhere and at no time had he sent two messengers at night to visit him, which the two people thought was a joke and let him pass.
However, his whole face changed as they approached the woman the cleric was living with, who was still lying in bed. When they took off the blanket she was covered with, they realized, horrified, that she was deadand horseshoes were nailed to the hands and feet that the previous night had been placed on the mule by the herradero.
The compadres interpreted the fact as a God’s punishment towards the couple for the bad deed they were committing. They immediately informed the priest of the parish of Santa Catarina, already together in the house they chose to make a hole in the facilities so they could bury the woman.
When the job was done, they accepted keep it a secret. From the words of Luis González Obregón in his book The streets of Mexicothat same day they left this house protesting to change their lives, and since then no one ever knew where the clergyman waswhile the priest who accompanied them managed to enter the Society of Jesus, where he ended up spending his days.
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