Lack of Rain Reveals 400-Year-Old Church in Mexico

Ruins of the colonial church can now be seen due to dropping water levels in a Mexican reservoir.
0:28 | 10/19/15

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Just in time for Halloween a ghostly sight you might say. At a Mexican reservoir check this out a sixteenth century church submerged for years has Reid appeared to lack of rain has. Drawn the water level down more than eighty feet. It's believed the church was abandoned when devastating plague swept through its a second time in recent years a church. Has been revealed last time the water was so low people could actually. Walked inside the absolutely freaky and.

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