The Yaqui people of northwestern Mexico have a rich oral tradition, here are 4 legends involving animals.
A magnificent city of 1,500 people flourished in the middle of the Sonoran Desert, then was abandoned.
For centuries the Apache beat back colonization.
Was the last Mexican grizzly bear shot in Sonora in 1976?
A young girl with special powers transformed the culture and politics of northern Mexico.
For nearly 400 years, the Mountain Yaqui resisted outside domination
A little-known archaeological site in Sonora may have served as a destination for pilgrims for thousands of years.
This remote indigenous group struggles to hold on to its culture and language.
In 1999 workers digging a ditch in a small town in Sonora stumbled across an otherworldly find.
The Mexican state of Sonora has a diverse landscape and is home to many myths and legends.
A complex civilization existed in the deserts of Sonora. Who were the Opata?
Sightings of the legendary Mothman creature have been increasing in Mexico.
The Seri have an old legend of white giants arriving in boats. Is there historical fact behind the myth?
An American upstart tried creating a country for himself in northern Mexico.
https://mexicounexplained.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/TalesofTerror.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSEvery country has its own share of urban legends and modern-day myths told at children’s parties, around campfires and now over the internet. Mexico is no exception. Today we look at three scary stories from Mexico. Are these stories based on actual people and events? You decide. Story […]
A hot/cold state of war existed between Mexico & the US in the early 1900s
The story of an adventurous French count who wanted to create a paradise in the deserts of Sonora.
The story of the last attempt to restore Native sovereignty in Mexico in a small corner of Sonora.