Many Mexicans have never heard of genius inventor Guillermo González Camarena
He served for only 45 minutes as Mexico’s president, but his legacy was long-lasting.
A humble Native man was witness to apparitions of the Virgin Mary on a hill in Mexico
A volcano and a massive wall of lava ended the prosperous city-state of Cuicuilco
An island in Xochimilco populated by hundreds of dolls has an eerie and interesting story
This image of the Baby Jesus sleeping on a skull has given comfort to millions for over 200 years.
A rebel priest who escaped prison 7 times, he played an important role in creating the nation of Mexico.
On a lonely mountain road a man met up with a group of blond aliens and boarded their flying saucer.
No one person has contributed more to Mexican art and culture than Yolanda Vargas Dulché.
Many legends lurk beneath the streets of Mexico City. Here are 6.
The ransacking of a French bakery outside Mexico City prompted a reaction from France: It invaded Mexico.
To the Spanish conquistadors the Aztec capital city was a place of wonder and magnificence.
The skies over one of the largest cities in the world have hosted many unidentified aerial crafts.
Rather than surrender to the Americans, 6 brave cadets fought to their deaths in the 1847 Battle of Chapultepec.
The Virgin Mary appeared to a Flemish painter who was jailed by the Inquisition in colonial Mexico City
Manila palace guard Gil Pérez nodded off and woke up 9,000 miles away in Mexico City.
The legacy of Africans in Mexico goes back 500 years.
Did a mysterious Mexican healer hold the key to understanding consciousness itself?
In Mexico female lunar deities date back thousands of years.
JFK assassin Lee Harvey Oswald spent 5 days in Mexico weeks before the assassination. Why?
A brilliant Irish adventurer almost won Mexico’s independence from Spain in the 1640s.
A gentle octogenarian reversed the tide of bloodshed during the Spanish Conquest of Mexico.
The highlights of the UFO phenomenon as it relates to Mexico.
She held the fate of 2 empires in her hands. Who was Doña Marina?