You can buy a tour of the mystical falls in Texas for about $200 and get a free tour, but the locals in town aren’t going to let you on that trip.
They want to see the falls.
And they want to do it at a local tourist attraction.
That’s exactly what I did when I visited the falls in Dallas this spring.
I brought along a guide and a couple of guides from my other trips, and I asked locals to take me down to the falls for a free visit.
I found a nice, private place with a view of the falls and an indoor waterfall that offered views of the city and nearby waterfalls.
And the guides were so helpful and helpful that I managed to get my guide to let me into the falls, and they were thrilled to be able to share a few stories with me.
So I ended up with a pretty good tour guide, but there was one hitch.
When I got back to the hotel, the guide told me that I had to leave right away and she had to head back to Mexico to pick me up.
The only way I could get my hotel to let him into the fall was if I got him out of town.
And even then, I was only allowed one visit to the area a day.
But luckily, the guides had other plans.
They wanted to see how well the locals did in the fall, so they came up with an idea: They would let me take a tour on a boat, the Mystics.
The boat tour was the first time I’d heard of the mystics, but I had a feeling that the falls would be an interesting place to explore.
So in the end, I got the guide and two other guides on the boat, and we headed off for a quick stop at the Mystica Falls, a little-known tourist attraction on the Gulf of Mexico.
The Mystics are the largest of the three falls in the area.
They’re more than 400 feet high and they’re in the middle of a lake that’s more than 100 feet deep.
And on a clear day, they look beautiful.
But they’re also surrounded by lush vegetation, which means you have to get your boat through some fairly tough water.
When the Mysticas were first opened to the public in the early 1980s, they were one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state.
But the area around the falls has since fallen into disrepair.
I’d seen many photos of rusting, boarded-up buildings that stood vacant and were boarded up for decades.
But a few years ago, the area started getting attention because of a spate of mysterious disappearances.
In 2015, a family disappeared in the falls during the summer and the next year, a group of teens disappeared during a tour.
Then in April of this year, two people went missing in the river.
The last of the disappearances was a group I was on in the spring of 2017.
After spending the summer on the Mystican Falls, I decided to try to help the local people.
So one day, after I’d taken a short tour, I went back to see if anyone had any information on who might have been missing from the falls over the summer.
And I went to visit the local ranger who was handling the case.
I didn’t expect to see anything, but when I arrived, I heard a lot of chatter.
I thought maybe the locals had a good idea about who was missing.
But when I told them who was going to be on the trip, they just kept telling me to leave, that they were going to take the fall to Mexico.
But I kept telling them, no, I’m going.
And when they said no, that was the last time I talked to anyone about the falls ever again.
The fall is one of Texas’ most popular attractions, but it’s one that has fallen victim to its own history.
The river was once full of people, including Native Americans, before the Spanish built the first dam in 1810.
In 1831, the dam was used to flood the area and the falls were flooded as well.
After a brief drought, the falls started to recover and the waters have been full for about 30 years.
But there are still plenty of locals who still live in the town of Cottonwood, which is about 70 miles southeast of the Texas city of Denton.
So while the river is full of tourists, they still have to go to the river to get to the fall.
I got a tour guide on the river and went along for a few hours, but he seemed a little intimidated by the river, so I went home.
When we got back home, I saw the guide was still a little wary.
He was a bit scared that the locals might think that I was going after a tourist.
I told him that I’m not, and that I just wanted to make sure he got to the waterfall on time. But he