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In late 1969, Bruno Amadeo, known as Giovanni Pragolin, roamed the streets of the Spanish capital, Madrid, clutching his brushes and colors. As he passed the sound of a child crying, Giovanni followed the sound source, Old, sitting in front of one of the old shops crying, as stated in the site The Paranormal.
When Giovanni approached the child and asked him what he was crying, the boy looked at him in silence. Giovanni complimented him, took him with him, brought him food, ate meals, drew a painting for him, and then the boy visited him so many paintings. In the matter, in all the child's visits to the painter he also cried and did not speak, which explains the other copies that Giovanni had painted for the child, a buck, and in his hand was a piece of bread.
A short time later, Giovanni visited a priest to ask him about the child, and told him that his name was "Bonello." The reason for the child's crying was that his house was set on fire and his father was caught in a blaze of fire to death.
In the house of the painter, the weeping child lived with him. Once Giovanni returned home after a long journey, he found him completely burned, including his most famous paintings, except for the weeping child's paintings. Giovanni missed the child by deliberately burning his house. From home, and no longer sees or knows anything about Giovanni.