Bridal Shop's mannequin is a "dead body", according to folk stories

Every clothes can become more appealing to the eye when dressed on a department store's dummy model figures. Mannequins also acts as the perfect replacements to the human models for the dress designers while the whole production of the gowns are still in process.

But what would you feel if you learned that there's an urban legend about a Bridal Shop Mannequin who used to be a real person?

 A screenshot from the video.
A screenshot from the video.


Yes! You read that right, the folklore claims that the mannequin inside the bridal shop in Chihuahua, Mexico is actually a preserved body of Pascuala Esparza. She is the daughter of the owner of the bridal shop.

The mannequin is known as La Pascualita, she has been on the window display of La Popular, the bridal shop since March 1930. She caught the attentions of every passers-by and clients because of her unique skin texture, crystal clear eyes and human-like hands.

La Pascualita's human-like hands.
La Pascualita's human-like hands.


Watch the explanation of the YouTube user named That Creepypasta Guy about the mystery of the popular "Mexican Corpse Bride".

The video received mixed reactions, and suggest that they can prove the mystery in just a snap.

They can solve it really quickly by putting it through an x-ray machine.


Just walk in there and snap the arm off. If a bone sticks out, it's human. If it's hollow, it's obviously not.


WARNING: This video has graphic content that may be disturbing to some viewers.


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Bridal Shop's mannequin is a "dead body", according to folk stories Bridal Shop's mannequin is a "dead body", according to folk stories Reviewed by BubbleFeed on November 01, 2019 Rating: 5

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