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Four Legends from San Luis Potosí

9/8/2019
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Many legends exist in the north-central Mexican state of San Luis Potosí. Here are four. The post Four Legends from San Luis Potosí appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Gaspar Yanga and the Mexican Slave Revolt of 1609

9/1/2019
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In the early 1600s, an escaped slave rebelled against Spain and created an independent self-governing region in Veracruz. The post Gaspar Yanga and the Mexican Slave Revolt of 1609 appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

The Case of the Bi-locating Nun

8/25/2019
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Sister Maria evangelized the Indians of the New World without ever leaving her convent in Spain. The post The Case of the Bi-locating Nun appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

The Señora de las Palmas & the Yucatán Cave People

8/18/2019
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A 13,000 year old skeleton found in the Yucatán may re-write the history books. The post The Señora de las Palmas & the Yucatán Cave People appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

The Puebla UFO Crash of 1977

8/11/2019
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What crashed in a remote area of the Mexican state of Puebla in 1977 is still a mystery. The post The Puebla UFO Crash of 1977 appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Lost Treasures of the State of Chihuahua

8/4/2019
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The largest state in Mexico is host to many stories of lost treasures. The post Lost Treasures of the State of Chihuahua appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

The Young Cortés: Life Before the Aztecs

7/28/2019
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Many people know little about the young life of the man who would change history. The post The Young Cortés: Life Before the Aztecs appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Mothman Sightings in Mexico

7/21/2019
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Sightings of the legendary Mothman creature have been increasing in Mexico. The post Mothman Sightings in Mexico appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Tlaloc, Beyond the Rain God

7/7/2019
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Tlaloc has a long history among the gods of ancient Mexico. He was more than just the rain giver. The post Tlaloc, Beyond the Rain God appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

The Final Days of the Tarascan Empire

6/30/2019
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The story of one of the most complex and little-known civilizations in ancient Mexico The post The Final Days of the Tarascan Empire appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Four Legends from Mexico City

6/23/2019
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Many legends exist in Mexico's largest city. Here are 4. The post Four Legends from Mexico City appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Xoloitzcuintli: Sacred Dog of the Ancient Mexicans

6/9/2019
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Once nearly extinct, this unusual dog has played an important role in Mexico since ancient times The post Xoloitzcuintli: Sacred Dog of the Ancient Mexicans appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

The Magnificent Murals of Bonampak

6/2/2019
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The most breathtaking paintings of the ancient Americas exist in a remote jungle ruin. The post The Magnificent Murals of Bonampak appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Day of the Martian, Mexico’s Alien Fiesta

5/26/2019
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3 Gulf Coast towns have an annual fiesta to celebrate the extraterrestrials protecting them. The post Day of the Martian, Mexico’s Alien Fiesta appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

The White Giants of Tiburón Island

5/20/2019
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The Seri have an old legend of white giants arriving in boats. Is there historical fact behind the myth? The post The White Giants of Tiburón Island appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Xtabay: Jungle Witch of the Maya

5/5/2019
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After her death, an old maid returned to earth as a female demon and now lurks around snatching unsuspecting men. The post Xtabay: Jungle Witch of the Maya appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Juan Soldado: Folk Saint of Migrants and the Wrongly Accused

4/29/2019
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Thousands have put their faith in this man who was shot by the Mexican army in 1938. The post Juan Soldado: Folk Saint of Migrants and the Wrongly Accused appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Five Legends from Jalisco

4/1/2019
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The Mexican state of Jalisco is home to many legends. Here are 5. The post Five Legends from Jalisco appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

The 400 Cloud Serpents and the Causes of War

3/24/2019
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Warfare played an important role in daily life in the Aztec Empire. It had mythical origins. The post The 400 Cloud Serpents and the Causes of War appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.

Kingo Nonaka, “The Mexican Samurai”

3/11/2019
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An unknown Japanese-born medic played an important role in the Mexican Revolution The post Kingo Nonaka, “The Mexican Samurai” appeared first on Mexico Unexplained.