Clouds in the shape of UFOs, or UFOs in the shape of clouds?
Portals, aliens, missing time and assorted high strangeness seem to infest this beautiful pine-topped mountain.
A violent electrical storm in 1973 brought strange visitors to this Tabasco town.
From the late ’70s mysterious fireballs have appeared around a remote mountain in Veracruz
Strange atmospheric anomalies have appeared in Mexico’s skies for many years. What are they?
A housewife and mother of 10 became the most celebrated alien contactee in Mexico.
Was the 1950 flying saucer crash near the US-Mexico border real or part of an elaborate misinformation campaign?
Called agrogramas in Spanish, crop circles are a recent phenomenon in Mexico.
The 1970s had many interesting UFO cases, many of which are unknown or poorly researched.
On a lonely mountain road a man met up with a group of blond aliens and boarded their flying saucer.
In 1987, 4 boys in a small Mexican town came face to face with 5 strange creatures.
7 Craters in central Mexico are home to a whole host of extraordinary things.
What crashed in a remote area of the Mexican state of Puebla in 1977 is still a mystery.
3 Gulf Coast towns have an annual fiesta to celebrate the extraterrestrials protecting them.
Orbs, mother ships, strange lights and zeppelins have all appeared over this huge Mexican border town.
The skies over one of the largest cities in the world have hosted many unidentified aerial crafts.
Do secret extraterrestrial bases exist in Mexico?
Did a group of ancient Maya leave earth many centuries ago?
Strange humanoids and UFOs have been spotted in and around Mexico’s volcanoes
In March of 2004 the Mexican Air Force had a run-in with 11 mysterious objects in the sky.
A Mexican taxi driver claimed to have been taken aboard an alien spacecraft in 1953.
The highlights of the UFO phenomenon as it relates to Mexico.