May 6, 2022

Haunted Houses Part Five with Letty of Lettylovesyou

La Casa de los Tubos (the House of Tubes) remained abandoned for many years and was the subject of a famous urban legend. Today we bring you the tale of la Casa de Los Tubos in Mexico, an abandoned haunted …

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April 29, 2022

La Carreta de la Muerte (the Wagon of Death)

La Carreta de la Muerte, La Carreta Nagua, La Carreta Chillona. There are many names for it and the tale is heard all over Latin America. It is a wagon, one that you do not want to hear past midnight. …

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April 22, 2022

Haunted Mines: The Devil Under Cerro Rico & San Antonio de Lipez

In Bolivia, in a mine that eats people, Cerro Rico, conditions are so unsafe, there is no room for God inside. Instead, mine workers worship an entity known as "El Tio" and leave him offerings to stay safe. San Antonio …

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April 15, 2022

The Mummies of Guanajuato

The mummies of Guanajuato, Mexico have been called some of the most gruesome mummies in existence. How did they become mummies? How were they discovered. We tell you the tale of the mummies of Guanajuato, as well as some lege...

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April 8, 2022

Francisco Guerrero Perez: the First Recorded Serial Killer in Mexico

Francisco Guerrero Perez was the first recorded serial killer in Mexico. From the year 1880 to 1910, he was said to have killed at least 17 women, though the number is disputed and some say it was more than 20 …

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April 1, 2022

The Devil's Cave ... and His Nose too

Caves are dark, isolated and easy to get lost in. There are many reasons to find them frightening, but there are caves that are feared for one specific being. The Devil himself is said to live in caves, known as …

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March 25, 2022

Historic Women: Juana Azurduy de Padilla and Rufina Amaya

Many women have changed the course of history, yet we rarely hear their story today. Juana Azurduy de Padilla was instrumental in the Bolivian war for independence and Rufina Amaya's testimony uncovered one of the most cruel ...

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March 18, 2022

Las Soldaderas & the Saint Patrick's Battalion

More often than not, we only hear one side of history and many stories go unheard. Today, we bring you the tale of Las Soldaderas, women who fought during the Mexican Revolution and whose contributions to victory often go unc...

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March 11, 2022

The Case of Marisela Escobedo Ortiz

TW: Murder, Femicide, Rape. Today, we bring you the case of Marisela Escobedo Ortiz. Marisela Escobedo Ortiz moved mountains to find justice for her daughter, this is her story. Most of the information for this episode comes ...

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March 4, 2022

Haunted Train Stations

Today, we bring you the tales of haunted train stations! MJ shares five stories from the New York Subway system and they're actually feel good hauntings! Surprising! Cristina shares different stories from train stations in Cu...

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Feb. 25, 2022

Creation Myths

The world can be a beautiful place, with so many wonders, but do you ever wonder, how did this all come to be come to be? Today, we bring you the creation stories of the Inca and the Mexica (Aztec), …

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Feb. 18, 2022

Massive clouds, mountains and UFOs

Today, we bring you the UFO tales! There's a little town in Argentina, which became famous after a UFO sighting in the 1980s and now the town holds a UFO festival every year. California has the highest number of UFO …

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Feb. 11, 2022

Haunted Houses: Part Four with Jose & Katrina of Save Your Sorry Podc…

Abandoned houses have always been the subject of tales and mystery. Today, we bring the tale of La Casona de Fidel, a house in Ciudad Mexico that remains empty to this day. MJ shares the tale of Whaley house in …

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Jan. 28, 2022

Haunted Roads in Mexico

Driving down a lonely road in the wee hours of the morning already sounds creepy, add in ghost tales and make it even more scary! Today we bring you the tale of East 8 mile road in Stockton, California, as …

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Jan. 21, 2022

Legends From Guadalajara, Jalisco

Guadalajara, Jalisco is the second largest city in Mexico and is full of legends and tales. Today we share 3 different tales from the city, El Rincon del Diablo, El Charro Negro and La Casa de los Perros. First, we …

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Jan. 14, 2022

The Legend of La Llorona

TW: Child death, suicide The tale of La Llorona is one that most of us have heard throughout our lives. It is the tale of a woman, who committed the worst act a mother could commit, but where did the …

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Jan. 7, 2022

Las Hermanas Poquianchis (the Poquianchis Sisters)

TW: ASSAULT, RAPE, MURDER A true crime case that shocked a nation, Las Hermanas Poquianchis are four sisters born in Jalisco, where they went on to commit heinous crimes, including human traficking, assault, and rape. The te...

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Dec. 31, 2021

New Year, New Me: Latin American New Year's Traditions

The new year, it’s usually a time for new goals, new dreams and a chance to start over. Today, we bring different Latin American New Year’s traditions. While there are some things we all do to bring in the new …

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Dec. 27, 2021

The San Pedro Haunting & La Mataviejitas with Cuento Crimen

We teamed up with Cuento Crimen podcast for this episode, we will be telling the tale of the infamous San Pedro Haunting, that took place in San Pedro, California, and the LA area and Cuentro Crimen will be telling the …

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Dec. 17, 2021

Tequendama Falls & The Joelma Building

Some events are so horrific, they leave scars that last forever. Today we share the tale of Tequendama Falls, a place forever haunted by colonization. MJ shares the tale of the Joelma building in Brazil, where a tragedy has c...

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Dec. 10, 2021

Haunted Places Latin America: Guatemala & Peru

Some places have been around for so long, they are full of rich history and ghost stories. Today, Cristina takes you to Lima, Peru, to hear the legends of the cemetery Presbitero Marias Maestro and MJ takes you to Antigua, …

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Dec. 3, 2021

Shadow People Stories

Shadow people are said to be darker than night itself. Today, we bring you shadow people stories from Mexico and Colombia, while MJ and our guest Joshua tell some of their own shadow people tales. Before that, we share a …

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Nov. 26, 2021

Near Death Experiences

Near Death Experiences are very common and though some of the science behind it is a little iffy, they are very fascinating to read about. Today we share different tales of Near Death Experiences, as well as one study that …

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Nov. 19, 2021

Terrifying Angels

Angels, at first thought, what do you picture? A beautiful being, with wings, rosy cheeks and long hair? Angels have been described as the opposite of this and today, MJ tells you about terrifying angel descriptions, Cristina...

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