Espooky Tales

Espooky Tales

Latin American folklore, myths, legends, haunted places and espooky cuentos del rancho. Hear the stories you grew up with like La Llorona, as well as true stories from listeners and guests. Join friends, Cristina & MJ, every Friday and hear these tales. Stay espooky!

Recent Episodes

Legends From Honduras

Sept. 30, 2022

Honduras is full of spooky legends. La Sucia is the story of a woman, looking for love. Many have experienced strange occurrences in el Cerro Brujo and there is a being heard every night at midnight, but not by all. Today we…

The Possessed ones of Queretaro

Sept. 23, 2022

Queretaro has a lot of haunted history. In 1619, one young girl claimed to have been thrown into the river by an invisible force and she was deemed to be demonically possessed. Soon, more and more were found to be possessed.…

The Dark Side of Exorcisms

Sept. 16, 2022

Exorcisms have been the subject of many beloved horror movies, but they take place in nonfiction settings, are on the rise and can be very dangerous. Attempted exorcisms can result in the death of the alleged possessed perso…

An Exorcism in Tijuana

Sept. 9, 2022

In 1999, Doctor Mariano Garcia was living his life, running his clinic and nothing was out of the ordinary. That is, until his friends, Rogelio and Lino, recruited him to help with a task, in which only he could be trusted t…

Haunted House Stories with Isabel Cortes of Scary Stories for the Soul

Sept. 2, 2022

Have you ever moved into a house and the vibes are off? It's not you, or the people you live with, it's the house. Almost as if, something has always been there, something sinister, that was there before and will be there af…

Stories from San Miguel De Allende with Jason of Cryptoscience Society

Aug. 26, 2022

San Miguel de Allende is a colonial era city in Guanajuato, Mexico. It's small, with cobblestone roads, beautiful buildings and amazing food. It's also full of legends and myths. Today, we talk with Jason Cordova, of the Cry…

Recent Blog Posts

3 Terrifying Haunted Houses in Latin America

Here is a list of three terrifying haunted houses in Latin America. No one lives in these, but they can be visited today.

Witches in Mexico

Scary stories involving witches are endless in Mexico. There's even a common saying "las brujas vienen de Zacatecas", which translates to "witches come f…

Mothman Sightings in Latin America

Many hear the name Mothman and think West Virginia, but there are many Mothman sightings outside of the United States, including various countries in Lat…