Urban myths and legends of Argentina.
Some are amazing ...!
Watch out for the Zupay
If you don't know who the Zupay is, it's time you learned it.
Is there a Wolbizon?
We'll tell you what our version of the werewolf is all about.
The Yacy-Yateré, the missionary bag man
In the province of Misiones, a legend says there is a goblin who lives in the jungle. Myth or reality?
El Coquena, protector of flocks
We tell you this interesting legend of northern Argentina.
The girl who danced to death
Get to know the history of Telesita, in Santiago del Estero.
The Argentine Headless Horseman
Get to know the history of Futre, the Mendoza version of this legend.
The ghosts of Subte A
Pasco and Alberti: these two semi-stations hide an urban legend.
Do you know the story of the Sailing Lady?
In the city of Corrientes, a soul in grief roams the corridors of a building waiting for someone to release
She could be the first Argentine saint
Her name was María Antonia de Paz y Figueroa, but she was known by a much more affectionate nickname: Mama