The Martín Cortés Conspiracy
Did the son of the famous conquistador plot to overthrow the Spanish king?
The Lost City of Labna, “The Old House”
The small ruined city of Labna in the Yucatan could be described as "intense."
A Tale of Two Witch Towns: Naica, Chihuahua and La Biznaga, Coahuila
Two towns in northern Mexico vie for the title, "Witch Capital of the World."
Legends from Colonial Mexico City
Mexico City spawned many legends during its 300-year history under Spain. Here are 3.
First Contact, Mexico Meets Spain, 1519
The first contact between the Spaniards and Aztecs is often misunderstood.
El Cristo Roto, The Broken Jesus of Aguascalientes
What's the meaning behind the gigantic mutilated Christ figure in the middle of a Mexican lake?
A Double shot of Cacao, please!
The diversity of stories is representative of the country’s population as a large subset of the Latinx diaspora through space and time. Each story flows smoothly as they are topically organized with subtle transitions. My one criticism is the show host’s flat affect in his unwaveringly even tone; he could use a sincere shift in his enthusiasm to convincingly share his knowledge.
Does not play continuously
Keeps going back to the beginning making it impossible to listen to the stories.
Needs to be fixed
After 45 -60 seconds of the episode it goes into a non stop repeat of the introduction.