There is a story in my family that I wish to share with all of you... I hope someone could please help me in finding the details and actual evidance.
Back during the Mexican Revolution My Great Grandparents had a ranch. My Great Grandmother was pregnant with my gandfather at the time, Juan Pedro Verdugo. The Revolution hit my Great Grandmother worst of all. After the revolutionaries busted into the house, they hung my Great Grandfather on the chandilier while the rest of the family was in a wardrobe hiding. Their eldest daughter became overwhelmed by it all and rushed out of the wardrobe looking for her father and our family has never heard of her again. She was taken, but nobody knew what happened to her. My Grandfather and his brothers looked for her til their last day on Earth hoping to find something out, but nothing turned up. Anyways, back to the story, my great grandmother stayed in the wardrobe with her other children until night fall when she snuck out and walked for three days straight without stopping. She finally did stop in a town where nobody knew who she was or where she came from (for the protection of her children). She spent most of her life washing other people's clothes to put her children through school.
I wish I had more explict details like dates and numbers, but this was just as it was told to me. With nothing. And when I try to ask someone who might know within my family, all I get is shruggs and "I don't know. The people who do know are dead." So if anyone has heard the other side of this story or knows anything... please don't hesitate to answer with anything you might know.