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The forgotten history of Mexican Chernobyl
Two years before the Chernobyl catastrophe occurred, the largest nuclear accident on the American continent took place in Mexico. The tragedy known as the Cobalt-60 incident in Ciudad Juarez (in the north of the country) originated in a warehouse of the private hospital Centro Medico de Especialidades. This event is reminiscent of the Goiania accident in Brazil, with similar characteristics. "The Juarez accident was the largest in America due to the area affected and the waste generated," Epifanio Cruz Zaragoza, from the UNAM Nuclear Science Center, explained to Verne in an interview.
Day of the Dead
The Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates the lives of those who have passed away. It is a time for family and friends to come together to remember and honor their loved ones. The holiday is also a time for celebrating life itself.
"GOYO" CARDENAS, THE TACUBA STRANGLER
Gregorio Cárdenas Hernández The ovation in the Chamber of Deputies lasted several minutes and the honoree thanked with his hands in the air. Gone were the 34 years he was held captive in the asylum of La Castañeda and in the Black Palace of Lecumberri, for murdering and burying four women in the garden of his house.
The "Hyena of Queretaro", who was a former beauty queen.
Of all the horrors in the world, none compares to that of a ruthless person who annihilates the dreams of an infant, and worse, the one who murders three children in a single night, in an instant that will be able to last to show to what extent hell is on this earth and ruthless demons lurk in the corners of houses.
the year drugs were legal in mexico
Dr. Leopoldo Salazar Viniegra The current discussions around the drug policy reform in Mexico have motivated to reconsider some events of the past and to dust off archives and family memories of personalities such as the psychiatrist Leopoldo Salazar Viniegra. Today he is recognized as a pioneer in the legalization of drugs in our country for his observations based on scientific studies on the effects of marijuana and other substances. However, this has also led to a series of erroneous interpretations about his work, his positions and his person.
Who was Adolfo Constanzo, the narcosatanic of Matamoros
April 9, 1989. Matamoros police storm Rancho Santa Elena. The 110 kilos of marijuana found there are the least of the problems, inside there is an iron cauldron that gives off a stench that is impossible to breathe. Inside there is dried blood, a human brain, cigarette butts, forty empty bottles of liquor, machetes, garlic and a roasted turtle.
best mexican rock bands you should know?
The history of music in Mexico is in tune with the political and social history of the country, even from pre-Hispanic times, through the time of colonization and the modern world. In this case we will target a specific genre and select - with the help of Hard Rock
The 7 horror books written by Mexicans
The horror narrative emerges as an explanation of things that go beyond what can be explained, humanizing the unknown and giving an explanation to what seems to have no explanation; well, lets us handle it. Supernatural stories and death are part of Mexican folklore and we have legends, anecdotes or local myths in our cultural heritage that have enriched our identity over the years.
Who was Emiliano Zapata?
Emiliano Zapata Salazar was born on August 8, 1879 in Anenecuilco, Morelos, Mexico. His parents were Gabriel Zapata and Cleofas Salazar. He had six sisters (Celsa, Ramona, María de Jesús, María de la Luz, Jovita and Matilde) and three brothers: Pedro, Eufemio (who also reached the rank of general in the Revolution) and Loreto. His maternal grandfather, José Salazar , militated in the army of José María Morelos y Pavón during the siege of Cuautla; His paternal uncles Cristino and José Zapata fought in the Reform War and in the French Intervention under the orders of Generals Carlos Pacheco and Porfirio Díaz.His childhood was developed in the context of Porfirian landlordism in Morelos. He did his first studies with Professor Emilio Vara, who had been an old Juarista soldier. At the age of nine, upon witnessing the dispossession of land from peasants caused by landowners in the area, and after hearing his father tell her that nothing could be done, he enthusiastically and courageously told her.
The 17 best Mexican horror movies
Hasta el viento tiene miedo (1968) Director: Carlos Enrique Taboada As punishment, a group of girls must spend their vacations at the boarding school where they study. However, the ghost of a former student of the institution, Claudia, will begin to torment them.