She wrestled under the name La Dama del Silencio if that helps. Most of the Mexican news sites seem to imply that she was known more for selling popcorn at wrestling events rather than her actual wrestling ability.
I just did a little background reading on the cult she belongs to. Wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org)is as good a place as any to start for something like this.
It's seems up to 2 million people in Mexico belong to this death cult. Here's a snippet:
"Saint Death, otherwise known as Santa Muerte or La Santísima Muerte, is an uncanonized Mexican saint who receives petitions for love, luck, and protection. Saint Death is depicted by means of both male and female representations.
Although the Catholic Church refuses to acknowledge Saint Death's existence, this figure of prayer is said to work miracles for those who pray to him/her and adore him/her. Saint Death is worshipped by criminals, thugs, and drug dealers, but modern-day urban dwellers also invoke this saint for protection and the recovery of health, stolen items, or even kidnapped family members.
Saint Death can be either male or female: sometimes he dressed as a grim reaper, with a scythe and scales; sometimes, Saint Death is female, dressed in a long white satin gown and a golden crown. Grim Reaper statues are made in red, white, and black – for love, luck, and protection. Offerings to Saint Death include roses and tequila. Public shrines to Saint Death are adorned with red roses and bottles of tequila, and Saint Death candles burn in his/her honor. On the border between Mexico and the United States, Saint Death prayer cards, medals, and candles are made and sold to the public."
That's crazier than wrasslin'!
If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face - forever. --George Orwell
Wait, what was my point? Oh, right - Canada sucks --CRZ, 21.1.06
I thought it was a solid show. James Storm vs. Chris Harris was really good, more than making up for last month's horrible, awful blindfold match. Storm bled a TON. I mean, the mat looked like a Jackson Pollock painting.