Chapultepec Park, Mexico City, 1977
Bertha Ibarra García asked a policeman to show her the oldest tree, while walking through Chapultepec Park. Later that day, the same policeman found her hanging there and told me what had happened. We found a note in her bag that said today was her daughter’s quinceanera (fifteenth birthday). Her daughter had been taken away when she was just nine years old and García had wanted to go to the party to see her, but the father did not let her. A photograph of her daughter when she was nine years old was also in her bag.
From his book 101 Tragedies of Enrique Metinides
I couldn’t find the tree in Google Street View, wonder if it’s still there.