Tales of the Big Bend
The stories in Tales of the Big Bend are as inseparable from the region as the Rio Grande itself. They cover supernatural phenomena such as the Marfa lights and water witching, murders, feuds, and lost treasures. Together, these gems of folklore reflect the rugged land where Anglo, Indian, and Mexican cultures meet.
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