Since the end of the 19th century, there have been people from Monterrey who claim to have seen the hill of the chair to a claim bird man.
Those same voices say that that supernatural being has eagle claws instead of feet, feline eyes, human arms, but also wings with feathers of a deep black that it deploys to hunt its victims in the dark.
The people from Monterrey who know this legend assure that the bird man has his lair in the Bat Caveon the side of the mountainous area of Santiago Nuevo León, where he lives with other beings like him.
Did the birdman “appear” in 2018?
But just when the story about a bird man who haunts the Cerro de la Silla and in the Huasteca canyon was about to become another myth, in 2018 a Facebook user uploaded a photograph of the Bat Cave where you can see a figure similar to the bird man of the story that for years has spread from mouth to mouth.
Among the people from Monterrey near the mountains there is also another version that that strange being is actually a prehistoric bird that survived to this day, others claim that it is actually a nahualothers more than a witch, and others of a alien.
Planes of 2018 may have given rise to the legend
A few years ago, given the interest of people from all over the country about the possibility of the existence of a birdman, the chronicler Carlos González explained that the myth arose as a result of the fact that in 1911 the royals saw for the first time planes in the sky.
After this, the Mexican and foreign newspapers began to call the pilots of these aircraft as “bird men”, hence the inhabitants, possibly, began to spread the story of a being that flies over the hill of La Silla and its surroundings.
In the event that the story of this possible supernatural being draws the attention of the reader, we inform you that there is the possibility of visiting through guides interesting areas of the mountainous area of Nuevo León, including the Cueva de los Murciélagos.
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