Beware of Ringing Ears
Living with my abuela as a kid meant that I grew up with a matter-of-fact approach to the many superstitions that rid Latino culture — there was no asking why, you just followed what she said or risk terrible luck. An egg was passed over my body more than once in my life to eliminate bad spirits; I wore a red string around my wrist; and I still, to this day, put a broom behind my door every once in a while — just in case.
As Halloween approaches, we've rounded up some of the most popular superstitions in Latin American culture. Scroll ahead to find out what you should be doing to guarantee good luck!
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