This ancient city was inhabited for almost 2,500 years. Who lived there? Why?
One of the newest states in Mexico is home to many old legends.
Racial classifications in colonial Mexico were confusing and borderline comical.
A little-known archaeological site in Sonora may have served as a destination for pilgrims for thousands of years.
This image of the Baby Jesus sleeping on a skull has given comfort to millions for over 200 years.
The Chichimeca people of northern Mexico had a rich folklore and oral history.
A little-known battalion of Irish soldiers played an important role in the Mexican War.
Three mysterious carved stones have stood in a remote part of Oaxaca for thousands of years. Who carved them? Why?
The largest statue of the Baby Jesus in the world exists in a small town in Zacatecas.
More stories of Mexico’s legendary bandits and their secret stashes of loot.
Throughout Mexican history bandits have stashed their loot and much of it has never been found
Known as the Aztec goddess of love, Xochiquetzal had many aspects and served many roles.
For decades a man has supposedly had contact with aliens in the mountains outside of Mexico City
Some evidence suggest that the famous American inventor wasn’t American at all.
A tiny fishing village on an artificial island in Nayarit may be the lost home of the Aztecs.
Two volcanoes have played an important part of Mexican mythology for thousands of years.
Legend or genuine evil presence? The story of the Matlazihua has persisted for thousands of years.
Once a prosperous region, the colony of Pánuco burned out in a few short decades.
On Mexico’s Pacific coast, the state of Sinaloa is home to many legends. Here are 4.
Called the cuetlaxochitl by the ancient Mexicans, the poinsettia has a long and little-known history.
Nearly 5,000 ancient images exist on the walls of caves and ravines in a remote part of Tamaulipas.
One of the largest and most mysterious ancient Maya cities is still covered in jungle and rarely visited.
Legendary Apache leader Geronimo spent much time in Mexico & had deep feelings about its country and people.
The small Mexican state of Colima is home to many legends.
Since 1565 a mysterious black Christ figure has been worshiped in Campeche.
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.