|Donkey Lady of San Antonio|
|Type||Misidentified/ Hoax/ Humanoid/ Ghost/ Hybrid|
|Country||San Antonio, Texas|
|Habitat||Donkey Lady Bridge|
|Possible Population||None/ Hoax|
Many stories have come from this legend from her being a burn victim that was burned so bad that after she healed, her hands were fused into black hooved like appendages and a melted saggy face, resembling a donkey. Other legends say she was once a normal woman who had a pet donkey that she loved so much that after the donkey was taken away by some neighbors after it bit one of the neighbors, not only did the neighbors shove the donkey into the river over a nearby bridge, the men then shoved the woman into the river to drown and now her ghost is said to haunt the now named after Donkey Lady bridge in the form of terrible half human half donkey hybrid.
In the 1960s, locals claimed to have sighted the creature "wailing [or] crying"; however, it was determined to be only a domestic donkey. Donkey hoof prints have also been found, though they are likely to be just hoof prints of a domestic donkey.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 http://www.examiner.com/article/legend-of-the-donkey-lady-still-haunts-the-woods-at-elm-creek
- ↑ http://www.sacurrent.com/Blogs/archives/2011/10/24/tracking-the-donkey-lady-beneath-donkey-lady-bridge