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The New Halloween Treat: Latino Costumes
Forget witches and ghosts. Latino myths are the new Halloween hit, particularly in Southern California amusement parks. 
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La Llorona with a baby at Universal Studios Hollywood. Mexican actor Diego Luna helped design a Llorona maze at the amusement park this year.

(Universal Studios Hollywood/David Sprague)

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The Chupacabra at Frightfest in Six Flags Magic Mountain in California.

(Six Flags Magic Mountain in California)

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La Llorona at Universal Studios Hollywood.

(Universal Studios Hollywood/David Sprague)

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The myth of La Llorona myth is that she wanders the earth looking for the children she killed after she was spurned by a rich lover. 

(Universal Studios Hollywood/David Sprague)

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Haunted Halloween at Universal Studios Hollywood, where Latino characters are being introduced into the lineup.

(Universal Studios Hollywood/David Sprague)

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El Chupacabra creature stalks the desert at Knotts Berry Farm in California.

(Theme Park Aventure )

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La Llorena at Knott's Berry Farm in California, where Latino characters were features in this year's Halloween likeup.

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Mummies roam the passages of an ancient Aztec temple at Knotts Berry Farm in California.

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The New Halloween Treat: Latino Costumes

Forget witches and ghosts. Latino myths are the new Halloween hit, particularly in Southern California amusement parks. 

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