A mourning mother, Saundra Gonzales, believes that she saw her late daughter Faviola Rodriguez who was buried in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Faviola Rodriguez, who was just two years old, was found dead under suspicious circumstances in September 2018.
Saundra’s boyfriend, Lalo Anthony Castrillo, was taking care of the baby when she found her baby unconscious. The family rushes the baby to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
The medical staff revealed that she had bruises all over her body, especially on the head, face, and ribs, which resulted in her death, and Lalo Anthony Castrillo was arrested.
Later little Faviola Rodriguez was buried in the Masonic Cemetery. However, Lalo was released on a bond a year later, and the family still hasn’t got any justice.
Two years after the tragic death of Faviola Rodriguez, her mother believes and claims that she has seen her daughter again for the last time after she was going through the surveillance footage from the graveyard.
From the day Faviola Rodriguez was buried, her mother, Saundra Gonzales, was making countless complaints to the cemetery workers because she had problems with people who were stealing toys and other personal stuff from her grave.
Another family whose son was killed and the killer was set free was coming to the grave to vandalize. Both families invested in installing a surveillance camera to the headstones of their loved ones to keep an eye.
A camera that they installed captured footage of a small girl who was alone and walking around in the middle of the night in a graveyard. The family took the footage to the cemetery owners to check on the girl who was all alone and seemed lost.
When the owners saw the video, they said that they knew the kid and led them to their daughter’s grave.
The next day the cemetery owners showed the footage of a little girl walking with the tall man. After seeing this, Saundra burst into tears, saying she believes that the little girl is her daughter, her little Faviola.
Saundra wrote in her Facebook post that she 100% percent believes that the little girl is Faviola because she looks exactly like her from head to toe, even her dress, and the slippers. And she believes that her daughter is leading the deceased son to heaven. ‘They both have such a tragic story, and both of them still haven’t gotten justice. I think she was there to comfort him and to take him to heaven.’
What do you think? Do you agree to what the mother is saying?