Mansion de la Llorona was an endless chain system ghost train that used to operate at Six Flags México. It took guests through various creepy scenes while seated in a Doom Buggy-like vehicle, although they could not rotate. The ride spanned two floors, with a separate loading and unloading station, located on the second floor.
It originally opened sometime during the 80s or early 90s, at least before 1994, back when the park was known as Reino Aventura (Adventure Kingdom).
For the 2000 season, the park was turned into Six Flags México which brought with it many changes. The inside of Mansion de la Llorona was majorly overhauled by the Dutch company NOB Decor, providing it with new sets, effects and pre-show.
Ultimately, the ride was closed after the 2009 season, but the building it was found in is still standing today and houses Terminator X: A Laser Battle for Salvation, a laser tag style game.