Top 10 Scary Mexican Urban Legends – Part 2
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Mexico is world famous for its food and culture but we’ve all heard the scary stories too. After all, there is a Mexican holiday literally called The Day of The Dead. People there know the stories, I’ve seen many of you in the comments who are from Mexico asking for me to share more because they’re so good. I agree and that’s why we are back. My name is Danny Burke and this is the Top 10 Scary Mexican Urban Legends – Part 2.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. Oh Danny… it’s pronounced “La Yoroba” two L’s make a y in Spanish. Also…in Spanish…. h is silent. So “La Mala Ora” not “Hora” 🤣

  2. Great video dude, im a big fan, just one thing “sombreron” means “Big Hat” in English, The goblin translates as “el duende”

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