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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 as they share these tales and have a few laughs. Stay espooky!
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Sergio Mejía Chávez

Sergio Mejía Chávez

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Sergio Mejía is the founder of SOMING, an agency focused in building E-commerce Web Sites. He is the 2007 National Champion in Computer Programming by IMJUVE, and 2008 Jalisco State Champion in Programming by OMIJAL. He thinks that by sharing some of his experience in entrepreneurship and software development, he can actually inspire others to pursue their goals too. To trust in themselves and be the best possible version they can be. Thank you for listening to my podcast! hope you enjoy.
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The Queen Of The South After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of USA's Queen Of The South. Show Summary: While living in the barrio of Jalisco, Mexico, poor Teresa Mendoza falls in love with a member of a successful drug cartel, hoping the love will help her rise above the hopelessness she feels in her life. When it doesn't happen, she is forced to flee the country after her boyfriend is murdered. She seeks refuge in America, where she teams up with an unlikely person from her pas ...
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This is an interactive show where I invite my listeners to give their thoughts and opinions about all things Puerto Vallarta. I interview the movers and the shakers in town, from restaurateurs, to Resort owners and hotel operators. I interview local artists, local personalities, wedding planners, tour operators, Real Estate agents, expats, shop owners, you name it! Join my friends and me as we take you on a trip down south of the border. Discover the magic of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico!
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Elixir of the Gods

Albert Menacher, Diego Garibay Petersen, Cate Czerwinski

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Follow three passionate Agave spirit enthusiasts into the world of Mezcal, Bacanora, Raicilla, Sotol, Tequila and more, and tag along on their journey to learn about the culture and tradition surrounding this beautiful drink. We are Cate, Diego and Albert and of course we are going to sample what some call "Elixir of the gods"- a lot of it! A Mexican-German-American co-production, made in Berlin.
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Guadalajara, Jalisco is known for many things, including it's historic landmarks, which are super haunted. On today's episode, Cristina tells Carmen about different haunted places in Guadalajara. Including Hospicio Cabanas, El Palacio de las Vacas and the Clover lawn house. First, they read a listener story and end with spooky recommendations, but …
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On this episode, Cristina tells Carmen different legends from the Mexican state of Michoacan. First, they listen to a longer listener story. Thank you so much for sending your stories! If you have a spooky story to share, email Espookytales@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at call the Espooky Hot Line (360)836-4486. You can also submit it on Disco…
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Did you know the terryfing character, Hannibal Lecter, was based on a real person? Alfredo Balli Treviño was born in Tamaulipas in 1931. He's suspected to have killed and dismembered 20 hitchhikers in Mexico but was convicted for the murder of his boyfriend. On today's episode, Cristina tells Carmen about the real life case that inspired the movie …
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On this episode, Carmen talks about Capi's haunted puppets. A story from Guanajuato, Mexico. Cristina tells Carmen about a horrible true crime case from Peru, known as the apostle of death. First, they read a listener story. Thank you so much for sending your stories! If you have a spooky story to share, email Espookytales@gmail.com or leave us a v…
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Meet Canadian Expat Allan Carswell, Actor, Entertainer, Director, Builder and Entrepreneur Living in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Allan Carswell Donates His Time to RISE, a Local Children's Shelter in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Pop-up Art Shows by Hecho a Mano PV in Puerto Vallarta, MexicoBy Barry Kessler
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Thank you so much for sending your stories! If you have a spooky story to share, email Espookytales@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at call the Espooky Hot Line (360)836-4486. You can also submit it on Discord! Listen to Carmen and Cristina talk about Latin American history on Historias Unknown on any podcast app: pod.link/1618282564 For more spo…
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On September 18, 1990, the quiet town of Almansa in Spain, expirienced one of the worst crimes it has ever seen. 11 year old Rosa Fernandez Gonzalvez was subjected to a gruesome exorcism, at the hands of her mother. TW: This case is brutal, involves the death of a child and abuse. On today's episode, Cristina tells Carmen about the exorcism of Alma…
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From 1989 to 1993, at least 14 boys went missing in Altamira, Brazil. The boys that were found were horribly abused. The crimes were believed to be committed for the purpose of satanic rituals and black magic, promoted by the Superior Universal Alignment Cult. On today's episode, Cristina tells guest cohost Carmen about the terrible crimes allegedl…
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Chile's main soccer stadium in Santiago holds a very dark past that is probably the reason for the haunting tales surrounding it today. On today's episode, guest cohost Carmen talks about Chile's haunted stadium and Cristina talks about a tragic murder that took shook the small town of Lolol, Chile. First, they listen to a story from a listener! Th…
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After the 1980s Mexico Citry earthquake, stories about train 500-501 began surfacing. People were smelling strange inexplicable odors, seeing ghosts and that specific train had the most sightings. On today's episode, Cristina is joined by guest cohost Carmen. They talk about the haunted metro train and a true crime case from Mexico city. Thank you …
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Espooky Tales is on a holiday break, in the meantime, here is an episode from friend of the podcast, It's Haunted What Now with Lanie Hobbs! Typically, when unexplained phenomena occur to us, our first thought is to be afraid, whether due to sensational films or a natural survival reaction. We have a choice to make: either continue existing with th…
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Hi Espookies! Espooky Tales is taking a short break, but in their absence, found some espooky friends to tell some scary stories. On today's epsiode, Susto podcast is telling the tale of the Tlahuelpuchi. This is the skin of a killer, Bella! Ayden recounts the horrifying epidemic of infant deaths in a rural Mexican town. Were they all accidents? Or…
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Gloria Trevi is like Mexico's Madonna, a superstar, but her fame is tainted with a dark past. In 2000, she was detained in Brazil with her producer/manager and abuser Sergio Andrade. Though she was eventually found not guilty of all charges, she is facing a new lawsuit as of 2023. In today's episode, Cristina tells guests Lanie Hobbs and Carmen abo…
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Every 12th of December, Catholics in Mexico, the US and all over the world head to church, some in pilgrimages, to honor the Virgin of Guadalupe, thank her and to pray for her help. But what about when the beloved Virgin Mary is the subect of horror stories and scary legends? In this episode, Cristina tells the legend of the angry Virgin from Nuevo…
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Gloria Trevi is like Mexico's Madonna, a superstar, but her fame is tainted with a dark past. In 2000, she was detained in Brazil with her producer/manager and abuser Sergio Andrade. Though she was eventually found not guilty of all charges, she is facing a new lawsuit as of 2023. In today's episode, Cristina tells guest cohost Lanie Hobbs about th…
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This week we are visiting some old friends who have moved to new locations and new friends who have moved to old locations. We’ll meet Jesus Adolfo Garcia Plascencia, one of family at La Huerta BBQ, where El Rio BBQ used to be. Jesus will give us a little bit of history of the place, so stay tuned. We also had a chance to listen to the band, The St…
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Legend tells that on a hill in San Juan, Nayarit, Mexico, there's a cave, but it's only open on the 24th of June. If you happen to go inside on that date, you will be stuck for 25 years. This an episode of espooky stories, which included a very short narrated tale. Listen on Mondays for an episode of Espooky Stories and every Friday, for regular Es…
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Captain Emilio Carrazna Rodriguez was a famous Mexican pilot. His life tragically ended after his plane crashed in the New Jersey woods. A monument was built at the crash site and ever since then, it is said to be haunted. On this episode, Cristina tells guest cohost Carmen about the haunted Carranza monument in New Jersey and Carmen shares the tra…
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On September 19, 2017 a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Mexico, with Mexico city receiving the most damage. During rescue efforts, people found hope in the story of Frida Soifa, but she didn't seem to exist. Ghost stories and urban legends followed the tragedy. Cristina and MJ discuss this, but first they read a listener story and talk about tiktok…
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On November 13, 1985, the Nevado del Ruiz Volcano erupted. It destroyed everything in its path. The town of Armero lost 20,000 of it's 29,000 residents and the town of Chinchina lost 3,000 peoople. Today, Armero remains a ghosttown and is said to be haunted by the spirts of those that died when the volcano exploded. On today's episode, Cristina tel…
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For many, church is a sanctuary, a safe place to pray and have a chat with God. But there are times when church is terrifying. On today's episode, Cristina shares two paranormal encounters that took place in churches from the Mexican radio show, La Mano Peluda. MJ shares a story about a haunted doll from Reddit. First, they share a listener story. …
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La Llorona is a vengeful ghost who is said to roam near bodies of water mourning her children who she drowned in a jealous rage. This is a tale heard all over Latin America and one most Latine people in the US hear as kids. On today's episode, Cristina shares different encoutners with La Llorona and MJ shares similarities bewteen La Llorona, La Vir…
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From October 27th until Novemnber 2nd, many start putting out their ofrendas and altars for the loved ones no longer physically with us. Sometimes, on the day of the dead, Dia de Muertos, it feels like our loved ones really do visit us. On today's episode, Cristina shares a listener story that takes place during Dia de Muertos and MJ shares her own…
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Sometimes television sets capture more than just the actors on set. On today's episode, Cristina tells Carmen about different moments in Mexican television where paranormal activity allegedly took place. First, they read a listener story. Thank you so much for sending your stories! If you have a spooky story to share, email Espookytales@gmail.com o…
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According to Legend, the Lechuza is a witch that shapeshifts into a giant owl. On this episode, Cristna and MJ share Lechuza encounters from Reddit and they apologize ahead of time for Cristina's second story, that was a mess. Guest Lanie shares her terrifying personal stories and they all laugh a little too much. First, they share a listener story…
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One of the creepiest phone calls received during the Mexican radio show, La Mano Peluda was received from a man who went by Nash. Nash made a pact with an entity and since that moment, feels there are evil beings inside of him. On this episode, Cristina tells MJ about el Caso Nash, a devils cave and MJ shares two stories involving demons. First, th…
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Prisons seem to hold a lot of dark energy, especially older ones. It's no surprise that they are some of the most haunted places. On this episode, Cristina talks about ex penal Garcia Moreno, in Quito, Ecuador and the prison at the end of the world in Ushuaia. MJ shares the story of Lecumberri prison in Cuidad Mexico. First, they share a listener s…
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Since the early 2000s, at least 8000 people around the world have claimed to see the same man in their dreams. He's been called "this Man", ever since. On today's episode, Cristina tells MJ about the creepypasta THIS MAN and shares some this man stories from Latin America. Then, our lovely guest/fellow Espooky Azriel tells us an amazing story! She …
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September 16th is the Mexican day of Independence. All over Mexico, the US and wherever there are Mexicans, there's a parade and a celebration. El Grito, the cry of Dolores, can be heard everywhere, but according to legend, the spirit of Hidalgo himself, can also be heard on this day. This is an Espooky Story episode, a short narrated story. Listen…
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Kid ghost stories are creepy! On today's episode, Cristina shares a story of a ghost boy rescuing people from a plane crash in Colombia, MJ shares a Black Eyed Kid story and our guest Dkon, shares a creepy childhood story and more! First, they read a listener story! Dkon's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@dkonvsthedark/featured Thank you so much f…
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Puerto Rico is a beautiful island, but of course it's also full of paranormal stories! Puerto Rico is apparently UFO hub central, with tons of sightings occuring in places like the Yunque National Park. On today's episode,MJ shares several paranormal experiences that took place in Puerto Rico and Cristina shares UFO sightings in El Yunque, as wel a…
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Do you ever see a statue and think to yourself, yeah, that's haunted. There are many statues that spawn legends, on today's episode, Cristina shares the legend of el Diablo del Jardin (the Devil in the Garden) from Argentina, the legend of las 7 cabecitas in Chihuahua, Mexico and the haunted statue in Bakersfield, California. Thank you so much for …
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Join the Espooky Tales Book Club for Busy People: https://substack.com/@espooky?utm_source=profile-page Listen to Carmen and Cristina's other podcasts Historias Unknown and Novelas Con Cafecito The next book club read is Silver Nitrate by SIlvia Moreno-Garcia, if you want to purchase the book, check out our bookshop link https://bookshop.org/lists/…
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There are some stories that are told again and again, across different Mexican towns and even different Latin American countries. All involve the same thing: the devil. There's the story of the young woman, who just wants to dance and ends up dancing with the devil. The crying baby in the field that ends up being the devil and not a baby. There's a…
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There's a figure that countless people have seen across the world, usually during sleep paralysis, but not always. Today's listener tells Cristina and MJ about her shadow person encounter and MJ shares an encounter of her own. Thank you so much for sending your stories! If you have a spooky story to share, email Espookytales@gmail.com or leave us a…
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On this episode of Espooky Stories, Cristina tells you about the clown at Kidzania. Listen to Espooky Stories every Monday and check out the regular Espooky Tales episodes with Cristina and MJ every Friday. Thank you so much for sending your stories! If you have a spooky story to share, email Espookytales@gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at call t…
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In 1983, Mundo Corono had a strange dream. He pleaded with a man from above to save his wife and daughter, but the man had a condition, Mundo was to build a pyramid. That pyramid can be visited today in Monclova, Coahuila, Mexico. On today's episode, Cristina and MJ bring the tale of Mundo, who claims an alien instructed him to build a pyramind, a …
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El Cadejo is a big, black dog, with red eyes, matted fur and a chain that hangs from its collar. It roams at night and is deadly to encounter. On this episode of Espooky Stories, Cristina tells you about a man's encounter with El Cadejo. Listen to Espooky Stories every Monday and to regular Espooky Tales episodes with Cristina and MJ every Friday. …
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Don't we all have a tio, tia, cousin or friend that has heard La Llorona? On this episode of Espooky Stories, Cristina will tell you the story of a child, who stayed up to late and heard a cry, they will never forget. Listen every Monday for an episode of Espooky Stories, short narrated episodes and every Friday, for regular Espooky Tales episodes …
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This week on The Puerto Vallarta Travel Show Podcast we visit with Kathleen and Todd Atkins from Lix Homemade Ice Cream. We talk about their 3 location and some new items coming to their menú. Then we chat with Ada and Stefan, YouTubers in Vallarta...By Barry Kessler
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The Legend of La Siguanaba can be heard in El Salvador, Guatemala and other parts of Central America. She was once a beautiful woman but was cursed to become the horrifying horse-faced woman, made to roam the country side, luring men to their deaths for eternity. On today's episode, Cristina and MJ are joined by Ruthie, who has family members who e…
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UFO sightings are the most experienced paranormal events across the world and it seems like US congress is taking UFOs seriously. With the UFO congressional hearings yesterday, Espooky Tales decided to go off schedule and release our UFO episode sooner! On today's episode, Cristina is joined by Chaz, who shares his UFO sighting and they read 3 diff…
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According to legend, a nahual (or nagual), is a person that can transform into an animal, through magic. They are associated with evil, though prior to colonization, this was likely not the case. On today's episode, Cristina and MJ share different encounters with Nahuales. First, they read a listener story. Thank you so much for sending your storie…
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