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Tale Of Lost Love Haunts White Sands

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Tale Of Lost Love Haunts White Sands

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Tale Of Lost Love Haunts White Sands

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When the wind blows at White Sands National Monument, legend has it that the centuries-old ghost of a Mexican maiden can be seen in the shifting sands. It is said that the maiden is still searching for her betrothed, whose body was never found.

NPR's Amy Walters produced this story.

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