The natives of a Mexican Pacific island abandoned their paradise to integrate into Spanish mission system.
History does not quite know what to do with this canonized Franciscan friar.
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 […]
These unique gems have an interesting history dating back centuries.
An unknown Japanese-born medic played an important role in the Mexican Revolution
Orbs, mother ships, strange lights and zeppelins have all appeared over this huge Mexican border town.
Mexico’s westernmost possession has a fascinating, little-known history.
A huge black shark is said to have been spotted in Mexican waters. Myth or real?
No one can explain these strange designs etched into the desert floor. Who made them? Why?
An American upstart tried creating a country for himself in northern Mexico.
Dating back 7,500 years, no one knows who painted these outdoor murals, or why.
Did wealthy Jesuits stash their loot in a secret mission in the deserts of Baja?