The Aztec week had 9 days and each day had a Lord of the Night
Surprisingly, the Mexican city of Guadalajara is very haunted. Here are 5 spooky stories.
A lost city in the Badlands of Michoacan could be the site of the start of the Tarascan Empire.
For decades, Comanche raiding parties terrorized the northern reaches of a young Mexico.
A housewife and mother of 10 became the most celebrated alien contactee in Mexico.
The stories of 3 powerful Maya women are etched in stone for all to see centuries later.
This remote indigenous group struggles to hold on to its culture and language.
Rich in history and culture, the state of Durango is home to many legends. Here are 3.
One man magically brought a pottery tradition back to life after centuries of dormancy.
Was the 1950 flying saucer crash near the US-Mexico border real or part of an elaborate misinformation campaign?
History does not quite know what to do with this canonized Franciscan friar.
In ancient Mexico the art of manuscript making goes back many centuries.
In 1999 workers digging a ditch in a small town in Sonora stumbled across an otherworldly find.
Was this ancient Mexican paradise a real place or was it just a legend?
https://mexicounexplained.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/TijuanaUrbanLegends.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSWith 1.7 million people, the city of Tijuana in the Mexican state of Baja California is the 6th largest city in Mexico. Right across the border from San Diego, California, Tijuana is often called “The Gateway to Mexico.” Founded in the late 1800s around a ranch called Rancho […]
An overview of one of the most important figures in Mexican history.
These unique gems have an interesting history dating back centuries.
The obscure ruins of Tamtoc may have been an ancient female pilgrimage site.
Werewolves appeared in a town in Chiapas in Aprill 2020.
The last Viceroy of New Spain left an interesting legacy. This is his story.
The jaguar is an enduring symbol in ancient Mexico. The Maya had many jaguar deities.
The Mexican state of Sonora has a diverse landscape and is home to many myths and legends.
Tunnels and chambers exist beneath one of Mexico’s most mysterious ancient cities.
The shrine at Plateros draws millions of pilgrims a year who venerate an old statue of the Baby Jesus.
A unique form of agriculture has existed in Mexico for over 1,000 years and is in danger of disappearing.
Called agrogramas in Spanish, crop circles are a recent phenomenon in Mexico.
The story of the last island penal colony in the Americas, Las Islas Marias.
Many terrifying creatures lurked among the myths of the ancient Aztecs.
The state of Nayarit has many legends that have their origins in their indigenous communities. Here are 3.