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    La cueva del diable (mazatln) - The devil's cave

    The are is an entrance to a cave that is said to be haunted, is named ''la cueva del diablo'', there are two entrances one near the sea (behind the lighthouse) and another very close to the city. But the entrance is close to the puclic. Here are some pictures:





    That's the entrance that can be found near the city, but there is another one near the lighthouse, this one is really dangerous. A whole group of tourisists died while exploring that place. Is said there is a small beach inside. The day they were explored a the tide rise a lot and their boat crashed against the roof of the cave. Everyone died, all the bodies were found:





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    Re: La cueva del diable (mazatln) - The devil's cave

    This place is not only impressive, but also the stories behind it.

    A Mexican TV channel aired an interview with a satanist that makes worship rituals inside this cave. While the camera showed us how the cave is and also one of those entrance doors from the inside.

    Local news said this TV show was a "mise en escene" and that people should not believe in such a built-up staging. However the reporter -- who was blamed by the satanist because they were supposed to break into inadvertently -- died some months later due to explainable cause, and some staff members have reported paranormal events since.

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    Re: La cueva del diable (mazatln) - The devil's cave

    Uhm really? Is there a way to find that episode on Youtube? Mind telling me the name of the TV show? There is a TV show in Mexico that completely focuses on paranormal incidents, I don't recall the name tho, since I rarely watch national TV. I'd love to get to see what that place looks like inside, you can no longer access it by the safe entrance inside the city (they locked it) now the only entrance is tru the sea entrance... a very dangerous one.

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    Re: La cueva del diable (mazatln) - The devil's cave

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