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They say that, some time after this event took place, a huntsman, who had lost his way, and been obliged to pass All Souls Eve on the Spirits Mountain, told, on the day before he died, of some of the horrible sights he had seen there. Among other things he said that he had seen the fleshless bodies of the ancient Knights Templar, and the Soria noblemen, that were buried in the chapel, on the stroke of twelve, arise from their graves with a terrible clamor; and, mounted on their skeleton steeds, wildly pursue a beautiful woman, who pale, with dishevelled locks, and her feet bare and bleeding — was roaming around the unfortunate Alonso's tomb with wild and fearful cries. 
 
They say that, some time after this event took place, a huntsman, who had lost his way, and been obliged to pass All Souls Eve on the Spirits Mountain, told, on the day before he died, of some of the horrible sights he had seen there. Among other things he said that he had seen the fleshless bodies of the ancient Knights Templar, and the Soria noblemen, that were buried in the chapel, on the stroke of twelve, arise from their graves with a terrible clamor; and, mounted on their skeleton steeds, wildly pursue a beautiful woman, who pale, with dishevelled locks, and her feet bare and bleeding — was roaming around the unfortunate Alonso's tomb with wild and fearful cries. 
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