March 24, 2023

Luz Gonzalez & the Strange Case of Little Alex from La Mano Peluda

Luz Gonzalez & the Strange Case of Little Alex from La Mano Peluda
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4 year old Luz Gonzalez was run over by Jeannette Maria in front of a Brooklyn laundromat on Sunday, June 24th, 2018. Her killer remains free. Sign the petition for Luz Gonzalez here:

This case does involve the death of a child, if that is something you cannot listen to, feel free to skip to 22:00

La Mano Peluda is a paranormal radio show in Mexico, but airs all over the world and has been running since the 1990s. It can be considered the Mexican Coast to Coast. Listeners call in and share their paranormal experiences. In today's episode, Cristina talks about a Mano Peluda case from 2014, which involves a man named Alejandro and his son Alex.

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Music: Silent Night (Dark Piano Version)-Myuu  

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