During the last third of the nineteenth century in Cuerámaro, Guanajuato, emerged several legends about apparitions and treasures such as “La Llorona Origins”, “San Gregorio’s little horse”, “The Tupátaro Mages”, and the “Rooster-Woman”. … More Hacienda San Francisco Cueramaro
From the fantastic to the frightful, a collection from del Toro’s extraordinary imagination, ‘At Home with Monsters’ reveals his creative process through his personal collection of art, artefacts, books, and props. … More Del Toro’s ‘At Home With Monsters’
The Devil transformed into a turkey appears in the middle of the alley warning that anyone who dare walking by, must go back asap. … More The Devil’s Alley at Mixcoac
In a narrow road in Yucatan, stands a dilapidated hacienda that is known as “The Haunted Cholul House”, there are countless horror stories about murder, apparitions and satanism linked to the once prosperous and beautiful farm. … More Hacienda Cholul
The Passion Play origins are not in the colonial period but rather a cholera epidemic in the 19th century, which gave rise to a procession to petition relief. … More Iztapalapa’s Passion Play
“El Barrio”, famous because a series of demonic apparitions and ignus fatuus, its historical houses now are reborn thanks to high technology, maker labs and e-business.
… More Barrio Arriba / Silicon Barrio
This party in Celaya commemorate San Juanito, a character who has been compared to Robin Hood, becoming famous for robbing possessions to the rich Spanish landowners of the XVII century. … More San Juanito’s Bomb-Hammer Festival