| The subject of this article is non-canonical.|
While created as part of licensed material, it has not been confirmed as part of the "real" Buffyverse.
|The Weeping Woman has awakened.|
|Publication date||September 3, 2001|
|Published by||Pocket Books|
L.A. is shocked when a woman attacks a priest. The woman had just confessed to the priest that she had murdered her own son. Meanwhile, Angel and Co. get reports of a woman fighting with teens across L.A. The woman appears to be everywhere, a "bruja"... a witch. She may be an embodiment of "La Llorona," known in Spanish lore as the "Weeping Woman." The priest soon goes into a coma, but Angel Investigations is busy with other matters: Doyle has a vision of a young mother and her son in danger at the docks. Meanwhile, Cordelia's looking for a big-shot producer's missing wife. Angel must find the connections between the missing wife and recent events.
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- Setting: Season 1.
- German: "Blutige Tränen" (Bloody Tears)
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|“||Cordelia Chase: "I noticed the bruises on your right arm last Tuesday, and the trouble you had walking a couple days after that. I even noticed the way you put your makeup on a little more heavily. Don't mistake me not saying anything for me not being aware that something was going on."|