In September 2014, 43 Mexican students were kidnapped. No one knows what happened to them.
Could a mysterious city exist underneath this pyramid-shaped mountain in Guanajuato?
Two towns in northern Mexico vie for the title, “Witch Capital of the World.”
A Mexican supermodel was found disoriented and ranting in front of a hotel. What happened to her?
The colorful and intriguing Mexican picture bingo game has an uncertain future.
Not many Mexicans know of this lonely island located over 700 miles into the Pacific.
We may never know the real reason for one of Mexico’s biggest aviation disasters.
The modern Maya have their own special take on Day of the Dead called Hanal Pixán
Tired of abuse from criminals and politicians, the town of Cherán declared itself self-governing.
The Tarahumara of northern Mexico practice a unique blend of ancient beliefs & Christianity
Fresh water sinkholes in the Yucatan helped sustain Maya civilization.
Chewing gum based on chicle has a long history in Mexico.
An island in Xochimilco populated by hundreds of dolls has an eerie and interesting story
Some evidence suggest that the famous American inventor wasn’t American at all.
Called the cuetlaxochitl by the ancient Mexicans, the poinsettia has a long and little-known history.
This remote indigenous group struggles to hold on to its culture and language.
One man magically brought a pottery tradition back to life after centuries of dormancy.
These unique gems have an interesting history dating back centuries.
A unique form of agriculture has existed in Mexico for over 1,000 years and is in danger of disappearing.
A uniquely Mexican drink, pulque is surrounded by interesting myths and legends.
No one person has contributed more to Mexican art and culture than Yolanda Vargas Dulché.
7 Craters in central Mexico are home to a whole host of extraordinary things.
For untold generations magical practitioners have lived in an area of Veracruz known as Catemaco.
Once nearly extinct, this unusual dog has played an important role in Mexico since ancient times
There are hundreds of languages in Mexico besides Spanish. Some are quite obscure and even mysterious.
The story of sugar skulls, what they mean and how to make them.
An elderly indigenous healer from Oaxaca was the spark that set off the ’60s psychedelic movement
To the Huichol, their Garden of Eden is a real place called Wirikuta.
Did a mysterious Mexican healer hold the key to understanding consciousness itself?
For centuries the Mexican peso was the most prized currency in the world.