Despite the years of neglect, these ghost towns located in Mexico still have many stories and legends among their dark streets.
Mexico is undoubtedly one of the countries with the richest culture; it keeps among its corners paradisiacal places to visit, however, it also has among its most hidden places some ghost towns that are part of the history and legend of many of the states of Mexico.
Ghost towns where abandonment reigns, nostalgia and terror can be the perfect destination. The fact that the inhabitants had abandoned them, means that there are still stories that should be told. Meet five of the most terrifying and famous ghost towns in Mexico, and why you should give them a break one of these days.
1. Ojuela, Durango
During the years of the Spanish colony, Ojuela was one of the most important silver, gold, manganese and zinc mines in the country. Servando de Ojuelos was the discoverer of the mine, hence the origin of his name. But unfortunately, in the 20th century, a strong storm destroyed the place, which caused its inhabitants to emigrate to other states, leaving the place totally abandoned.