Mystery Explored: The City of the Gods: Teotihuacan
Expedition Dates: September 30 – October 13, 2005


They say that The City of the Gods (Teotihuacan) is many times larger than the largest Maya and Aztec cities ever built; and today it’s the world’s biggest ghost town. At its height, more people lived in the City of the Gods than in any European city for centuries to come. But it now lies in silent ruins with no inhabitants left to explain what happened here—or why. I soared above the great city; crawled down dangerous mining shafts below it; and even played one of the world’s oldest sports…all in the hunt for clues to Mexico’s most mysterious mecca.

Sponsoring Institution: The History Channel

Experts involved:
Dr. Kim Goldsmith, Archaeologist
Dr. Elizabeth Solleiro, Archaeologist
Dr. Kenneth Hirth, Archaeologist
Dr. Linda Manzanilla, Archaeologist
Dr. Michael Spence, Archaeologist
Mr. Ricardo Urquijo

Locations Visited:
Teotihuacan, Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Mazatlán, Mexico



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