Corn Islands Legend: The Ghost Horse Rider

In the old days, people that lives on Passion Street used to hear late at night the ghost of a horse rider who would roam the pathway nearly every night, especially during Holy Week.

Residents of this sector would hear the sound of the horse’s hooves when he passed near their houses. They would also hear the horseman rushing the animal to go faster.

Whenever the man on the horse would stop in front of anybody's dwelling, those inside would feel a heavy pressure in the room and would get cold seeds (goosebumps).

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