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Pagan Myths And Wild Nature In Chile’s Isla Chiloé

“Now this story—this may well have something inexplicable about it.” José Rogel is wagging his finger like a professor, dubious but open to persuasion. “My father told me he’d seen the caleuche.  He’d recently married my mother, and one day he went to a funeral.  It was dark, lots of gray clouds over the sea.  […]

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