The Mexican state of Jalisco is home to many legends. Here are 5.
Warfare played an important role in daily life in the Aztec Empire. It had mythical origins.
An unknown Japanese-born medic played an important role in the Mexican Revolution
No one knows who built this fabulous city in Mexico’s Gulf Coast jungles.
Vague treaties and claims leave some people wondering if Alaska isn’t even American.
Orbs, mother ships, strange lights and zeppelins have all appeared over this huge Mexican border town.
The ransacking of a French bakery outside Mexico City prompted a reaction from France: It invaded Mexico.
This lesser-known Virgin receives millions of yearly visitors & is credited with many miracles.
A dynasty of a small ancient Mexican kingdom managed to survive upheavals & tragedies
Does an unknown gigantic feline exist in the remote mountains of northwestern Mexico?
Mexico’s westernmost possession has a fascinating, little-known history.
To the Spanish conquistadors the Aztec capital city was a place of wonder and magnificence.
A huge black shark is said to have been spotted in Mexican waters. Myth or real?
The skies over one of the largest cities in the world have hosted many unidentified aerial crafts.
The Tarascans defied the Aztecs, made peace with the Spanish and preserved their culture. Here are 5 legends.
There are hundreds of languages in Mexico besides Spanish. Some are quite obscure and even mysterious.
The most well-known pyramid in Mexico is still shrouded in mystery.
Tens of thousands of people claim to have been cured by the well water from a small ranch in rural Mexico.
A strange procession of ghostly figures usually foretell bad times and even death.
No one can explain these strange designs etched into the desert floor. Who made them? Why?
A strange clay head was found under an ancient Mexican pyramid. Is it Roman?
The story of sugar skulls, what they mean and how to make them.
An American upstart tried creating a country for himself in northern Mexico.
Mexican cryptid or just a legend? The Huay Chivo has been terrorizing people for centuries.
A lavish tomb of a female Maya ruler was discovered in 1994 at Palenque. The identity of the woman is still unknown.
Dating back 7,500 years, no one knows who painted these outdoor murals, or why.
Do secret extraterrestrial bases exist in Mexico?
The goddess of great destruction and abundance, Coatlicue was feared and revered.
Every country has its own share of urban legends and modern-day myths told at children’s parties, around campfires and now over the internet. Mexico is no exception. Today we look at three scary stories from Mexico. Are these stories based on actual people and events? You decide. Story #1: The Truck Driver on the Deserted […]
On several death lists, this humble priest ministered to tens of thousands of people in need.