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Horror stories seasoned with fire and chocolate, on the night of the dead (01/11/2019)

Nuria Ros Villaescusa of the IES Manuel Tárraga with "the curse of the tracks" won the contest called in the Institutes of the municipality.

The 2nd prize went to Marta Inglés Segura of the IES New Castellar College and the 3rd one was won by Ainara Pardo Moreno of the San Pedro Apostle.

Around a hundred people last night enjoyed a meeting with literature and mystery, in the third edition of horror stories at the Baron de Benifayó Museum, which started with the story of the writer Sergio Reyes, Murcian book of 2016.

The evening, organized by the Department of Festivities within the framework of Halloween activities, was presented by María José Navarro, host and promoter of this meeting that, on this occasion had the finalist horror stories of the contest convened at the Institutes of the municipality.

Thus, the jury of the contest formed by Raúl Gómez, editor of Dokusou, Sergio Reyes, pedagogue and writer and Santiago R. Hernández Sáez, Pinatarense writer, decided that "Curse on the tracks" by Nuria Ros Villaescusa of IES Manuel Tárraga Escribano was the winning story awarded with a Tablet.

The second prize, an activity bracelet, went to Marta Ingles Segura, a student of the IES New Castellar College with the story "Jabetzako" and the third prize, a wireless headset, went to "The psychiatric Mar Menor" by Ainara Pardo Moreno del San Peter Apostle

In addition Dokusou gave all the finalists a copy of "the dead voice and other mystery novels" by Enrique Jardiel Poncela "

The cycle was closed by Blanca Nieves Pérez Francia and José Fernández who, with a touch of humor, walked us through hell and their particular "neighborhoods".

In addition, the evening was enlivened by the musical interpretation of "La Llorona" in the voice of Carmen Salas from Pinatarense, accompanied by Antonio Belmonte on guitar, who also shared the disturbing legend of the White Lady.

Later and to end the night of the dead, the Baron de Benifayó Museum served as the setting for the magnificent fire dance of Natividad Guerrero.

The fire as a magical element, purifier and protector for the soul and hot chocolate to warm the body of a hundred attendees, put the finishing touch to the night of souls.

Source: Ayuntamiento de San Pedro del Pinatar

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