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
“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.
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In Mexico City’s UNESCO World Heritage: Xochimilco, a collection of old mutilated dolls adorn almost every tree growing on this island in silent tribute to the spirit of a child. … More Xochimilco’s Island of the Dolls
One night the nuns were awakened by the screams that were heard outside, when they peeked out the window saw in the alley a group of people performing a satanic ritual. … More The Devil’s Corner
Pianos that are played by themselves, doors closing abruptly, footsteps that resound through the corridor, are part of the events that happen there. … More Tijuana’s House of Culture
The spirit of the weeping woman: La Llorona, ran around the hacienda and tormented all the workers, so to solve the problem it was decided to build a monument in her honor. … More Monument to La Llorona
Cinco Señores was one of the most famous haciendas in Mineral de Pozos, Guanajuato and in the country, not only for its rich mines, but also for its ghosts stories. … More Hacienda Cinco Señores