Mexico’s Haunted Black Palace: Palacio De Lecumberri

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico’s National Archive is today held in a building that has such a fierce reputation, the locals refer to it as the Black Palace. The Palacio De Lecumberri continues to stand tall in its foreboding glory as a notoriously recognizable landmark and now an important government building. This location earned its reputation long before it held important pieces of Mexico‘s history, having formerly functioned as one of the most formidable prisons in the country. 1900 […]

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Teotihuacan Pyramids: Gateway to the Underworld

Mexico

Just outside of modern-day Mexico City lies a literal ghost town containing a number of impressively large, ancient pyramids. This abandoned Meso-American city is known as Teotihuacan and dates back to 400BC. Over time, this city grew in size and power until it reached its peak population of around 200,000 people. Like many other ancient city’s in history, this one was also to fall, becoming officially abandoned around 700AD. The city was to lie empty […]

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Alley of the Kiss Ghosts in Guanajuato, Mexico

Guanajuato, Mexico

Guanajuato is a charming, colorful city filled with winding alleys, cutting through crowded dwellings. There is a certain attractiveness to the city that makes it one of the most romantic destinations in Mexico. This seems fitting given the city’s most famous ghost story. Deep in the labyrinth of narrow alleyways that make up the heart of Guanajuato is a place that became the setting for a tragic love story, many have compared to Romeo and […]

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5 Most Haunted Places in Mexico

Mexico

Mexico is a vibrant country with a diverse culture and an abundance of ancient ruins. The people of Mexico have an interesting relationship with death and many spooky legends to share. For this reason, one can discover haunted locations within most of Mexico’s cities. But, with so much spookiness to explore, what are the most haunted places in Mexico? Find out below! For such a quaint and picturesque town, Guanajuato certainly boasts one of the […]

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Chichen Itza a Haunted Place of Mayan Ghosts

Yucatan, Mexico

Chichen Itza was the largest and most important Mayan city in the Mexican state of Yucatan. Parts of it date back to 800AD and show that the Mayan people occupied the city for several hundred years. Despite being long abandoned, Chichen Itza still stands in remarkable condition. The site boasts temples, pyramids, cenotes (sink holes), a great ball court, an observatory and an extensive collection of ancient ruins. For years researchers have worked to uncover […]

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Misnebalam: Haunted Ghost Town Outside Merida, Mexico

Yucatan, Mexico

Just outside the popular Mexican town of Merida, lies the ruins of a community whose mysterious disappearance gave birth to a multitude of ghost stories.  Misnebalam was once a thriving Hacienda farm, ran on the land of a wealthy man named Don Fidencio G. Márquez. This farm gave life to its community, allowing Misnebalam to prosper and grow to house almost 200 inhabitants. The rumors as to what caused Misnebalam to go from thriving town […]

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The 6 Most Haunted Places in Mexico City

Mexico City, Mexico

Mexico City is at the heart of Mexico. It is a populous, bustling place where peace is rare, even for the dead. There are many buildings within the city limits that look the part of a haunted destination, but a select few stand out as the most haunted places in Mexico City. Within the heart of Mexico City lies ruins from a lost civilization not to be forgotten with age. Crumbling rock and faded artwork […]

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The Haunting and Horrifying Mummies of Guanajuato, Mexico

Guanajuato, Mexico

Guanajuato is a small town located four hours north of Mexico City. It’s narrow winding roads lined with multicolored, pastel painted houses and mountainous surroundings are a picturesque scene one would expect to discover in Europe. Though quaint and unsuspecting, Guanajuato has made a name for itself with a bizarrely macabre tourism attraction that is likely the most disturbing and haunting museum in the world. Guanajuato is home to the Museo De Las Momias, or […]

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