Little known outside Mexico, this 17th Century intellectual was a driving cultural force of her time.
Some of the most elaborate art and architecture exist in this ancient Maya city.
The 1970s had many interesting UFO cases, many of which are unknown or poorly researched.
Fear of a pandemic led to drastic measures at the border. A Mexican maid said, “No.”
A uniquely Mexican drink, pulque is surrounded by interesting myths and legends.
Unknown to most, this site was a destination of pilgrims from all over ancient Mexico for centuries.
A rebel priest who escaped prison 7 times, he played an important role in creating the nation of Mexico.
An important ancient culture in Mexico seems lost to history. Who were the Totonacs?
A carving of a black Christ brings hundreds of thousands of believers yearly to a small town in Veracruz.
Evidence suggests that the ancient Maya had outposts in Florida.
The state of Veracruz has an intriguing history and his home to many legends. Here are 4.
On a lonely mountain road a man met up with a group of blond aliens and boarded their flying saucer.
In the mid-19th Century, Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula almost became a possession of the United States.
This mysterious pyramid is the tallest in Mexico may be dedicated to time itself.
The state of Puebla is rich in legends. Here are 7.
In 1971 a teenage girl had a strange encounter with a UFO outside a Mexican Air Force base
The Lord of the Underworld was one of the most powerful gods in all of ancient Mexico.
No one person has contributed more to Mexican art and culture than Yolanda Vargas Dulché.
In 1987, 4 boys in a small Mexican town came face to face with 5 strange creatures.
A small statue of the Baby Jesus draws thousands of pilgrims to a tiny Mexican town.
7 Craters in central Mexico are home to a whole host of extraordinary things.
A complex civilization existed in the deserts of Sonora. Who were the Opata?
Many legends lurk beneath the streets of Mexico City. Here are 6.
For untold generations magical practitioners have lived in an area of Veracruz known as Catemaco.
This rich province of the Aztec Empire was very far away and hard to hold onto.
A 16th Century English philosopher and seer possessed an interesting Aztec artifact.
Many legends exist in the north-central Mexican state of San Luis Potosí. Here are four.
In the early 1600s, an escaped slave rebelled against Spain and created an independent self-governing region in Veracruz.
Sister Maria evangelized the Indians of the New World without ever leaving her convent in Spain.
A 13,000 year old skeleton found in the Yucatán may re-write the history books.