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Urban Legend 5k

How many stories have you heard about the Donkey Lady, Slenderman, the Lechusa, and the Haunted Tracks? Well now, you have the chance to overcome your fears and run/walk with the Urban Legends. Feel the heat and sweat running down your back. Feel the small hands on your back pushing you through the route next to the train tracks. You may even see a bride walking in the way looking for her lost Fiance. The trek will start at Victory Sports Park, cross the Haunted Train Tracks, down Villamain to Mission San Juan and back towards Mission Espada, crossing the San Antonio River twice on historic Camino Coahuilteca, then finally back to the finish, visiting the tracks one last time. Feed your adrenaline rush or overcome your fears.

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