The Temple of Kukulkan, Pyramid of Mystery

The most well-known pyramid in Mexico is still shrouded in mystery. The post The Temple of...

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The Miraculous Healing Waters of Tlacote

Tens of thousands of people claim to have been cured by the well water from a small ranch in...

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La Santa Compaña, the Procession of the Damned

A strange procession of ghostly figures usually foretell bad times and even death. The post La...

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Macahui, the Mexican Nazca

No one can explain these strange designs etched into the desert floor. Who made them? Why?...

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Ancient Roman Artifact Found in Mexico

A strange clay head was found under an ancient Mexican pyramid. Is it Roman? The post Ancient...

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The Art of Sugar Skulls

The story of sugar skulls, what they mean and how to make them. The post The Art of Sugar...

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William Walker & The Republic of Lower California

An American upstart tried creating a country for himself in northern Mexico. The post William...

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The Huay Chivo

Mexican cryptid or just a legend? The Huay Chivo has been terrorizing people for centuries. The...

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Who was the Red Queen?

A lavish tomb of a female Maya ruler was discovered in 1994 at Palenque. The identity of the...

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The Mysterious Rock Paintings of Baja

Dating back 7,500 years, no one knows who painted these outdoor murals, or why. The post The...

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Secret UFO Bases in Mexico

Do secret extraterrestrial bases exist in Mexico? The post Secret UFO Bases in Mexico appeared...

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Coatlicue, The Goddess with the Skirt of Snakes

The goddess of great destruction and abundance, Coatlicue was feared and revered. The post...

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Mexican Tales of Terror

Every country has its own share of urban legends and modern-day myths told at children’s parties,...

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The Miraculous Life of Saint Rafael Guízar y Valencia

On several death lists, this humble priest ministered to tens of thousands of people in need....

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The Child Heroes and the American Invasion of Mexico

Rather than surrender to the Americans, 6 brave cadets fought to their deaths in the 1847 Battle...

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The Lost Continent of Mu & the Mexican Mother Civilization

Parts of a 19th Century theory still exist today linking ancient Mexico to a fabulous lost...

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María Sabina & the Psychedelic Revolution

An elderly indigenous healer from Oaxaca was the spark that set off the '60s psychedelic movement...

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Isla Bermeja, Mexico’s Disappearing Island

The strange death of a Mexican senator, Big Oil, pirates, the CIA & a missing island. The post...

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5 Brief Legends from Guanajuato

Many legends come from the central Mexican state of Guanajuato. Here are 5 The post 5 Brief...

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The Great Maya Book Burning

In 1562 a Franciscan friar serving in the Yucatan burned thousands of Maya artifacts including...

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