Mexico Archive

  • This show looks into the 1974 UFO crash incident in Coyame, Chihuahua, Mexico, where the retrieval of crash material was subsequently suppressed by Mexican authorities. The Coyame UFO incident was a reported mid-air collision between a UFO and a small airplane said to have taken place on August 25, 1974 […]

    The 1974 Mexican ”Roswell” Incident!

    This show looks into the 1974 UFO crash incident in Coyame, Chihuahua, Mexico, where the retrieval of crash material was subsequently suppressed by Mexican authorities. The Coyame UFO incident was a reported mid-air collision between a UFO and a small airplane said to have taken place on August 25, 1974 […]

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  • A look into the 1974 UFO crash incident in Coyame, Chihuahua, Mexico, where the retrieval of crash material was subsequently covered up by Mexican authorities.

    The 1974 Coyame UFO Crash!

    A look into the 1974 UFO crash incident in Coyame, Chihuahua, Mexico, where the retrieval of crash material was subsequently covered up by Mexican authorities.

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  • Stunning observations are being made in the skies over Mexico and the world. In Mexico a new group of UFO observers called “The Vigilantes” are equipped with high-tech video equipment and are now combing the skies for evidence with fantastic results. Among the amazing videos collected is stunning evidence of […]

    UFOs Over The Skies Of Mexico!

    Stunning observations are being made in the skies over Mexico and the world. In Mexico a new group of UFO observers called “The Vigilantes” are equipped with high-tech video equipment and are now combing the skies for evidence with fantastic results. Among the amazing videos collected is stunning evidence of […]

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  • December 12 is the annual feast day for the famed Mexican saint the Virgen de Guadalupe. Thousands are expected to flock to her shrine in Des Plaines in order to celebrate the day many Christians believe the Virgen Mary appeared to Juan Diego. On Dec. 9, 1531 it is said […]

    The Miracles Of The Virgin De Guardelope!

    December 12 is the annual feast day for the famed Mexican saint the Virgen de Guadalupe. Thousands are expected to flock to her shrine in Des Plaines in order to celebrate the day many Christians believe the Virgen Mary appeared to Juan Diego. On Dec. 9, 1531 it is said […]

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  • Tricksters, avengers and guardian spirits: Mexican Ghosts Robert Joe Stout The child, they said, was old enough to collect leña — kindling — from the rugged Chiapas hillsides and to mount and ride a burro. His peasant parents called him “hombrecito” — “little man” — and trusted him to care […]

    A Selection Of Mexican Ghosts!

    Tricksters, avengers and guardian spirits: Mexican Ghosts Robert Joe Stout The child, they said, was old enough to collect leña — kindling — from the rugged Chiapas hillsides and to mount and ride a burro. His peasant parents called him “hombrecito” — “little man” — and trusted him to care […]

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  • La Pascualita or Little Pascuala is a bridal mannequin that has “lived” in a store window in Chihuahua, Mexico for the past 75 years. That is quite a long time for a bridal gown shop to retain a mannequin, but then the dummy has a rather strange history behind it. […]

    La Pascualita – The Mexican Corpse Bride!

    La Pascualita or Little Pascuala is a bridal mannequin that has “lived” in a store window in Chihuahua, Mexico for the past 75 years. That is quite a long time for a bridal gown shop to retain a mannequin, but then the dummy has a rather strange history behind it. […]

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  • The short ghost story about one of the most allegedly haunted places on earth…The Island Of The Dolls.

    The Rather Creepy ”Island Of The Dolls”

    The short ghost story about one of the most allegedly haunted places on earth…The Island Of The Dolls.

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  • ORIGINS The Santa Muerte also known as Santisima Muerte is the beloved goddess of death who’s origins date to the Pre Hispanic period of Mexico. The Mexica knew her by another name MICTECACIHUATL “Lady of the Land of the Dead” another spelling may be MICTLANTECIHUATL, she was believed to be […]

    The Santa Muerte – Mexican Goddess Of Death & the Dead!

    ORIGINS The Santa Muerte also known as Santisima Muerte is the beloved goddess of death who’s origins date to the Pre Hispanic period of Mexico. The Mexica knew her by another name MICTECACIHUATL “Lady of the Land of the Dead” another spelling may be MICTLANTECIHUATL, she was believed to be […]

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  • The legend of La Llorona (pronounced “LAH yoh ROH nah”), Spanish for the Weeping Woman, has been a part of Hispanic culture in the Southwest since the days of the conquistadores. The tall, thin spirit is said to be blessed with natural beauty and long flowing black hair. Wearing a […]

    La Llorona – ”The Weeping Woman”

    The legend of La Llorona (pronounced “LAH yoh ROH nah”), Spanish for the Weeping Woman, has been a part of Hispanic culture in the Southwest since the days of the conquistadores. The tall, thin spirit is said to be blessed with natural beauty and long flowing black hair. Wearing a […]

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