Since 1930, a Mexican bridal shop has displayed a store window mannequin that is believed to be a well preserved corpse by many residents of the area. While the store has long claimed that the mannequin is made of wax, locals claim that even fine hairs on the hands are too realistic for any wax figure. Other features of the figure also raise rumors that the figure is no dummy, but a well preserved corpse. The shop also acts very mysterious about the figure, only allowing a very limited and closed group of employees to dress the mannequin.
One rumor is that the daughter of the original owner may have died at any early age, and was elaborately preserved. But, the mystery has never been investigated. Adding to the mystery, some customers claim that the mannequin has even changed positions by herself while they were in the shop, believing the figure to be haunted by a spirit. Meanwhile, the mystery of the bridal shop mannequin draws many tourists and others fascinated by this bizarre mystery.