Madero and Tampico are both cities in northeastern Mexico.Madero, also known as Ciudad Madero, is located in the state of Tamaulipas on the Gulf of Mexico. It has a population of over 200,000 and is known for its oil industry and beaches.
Tampico, also in Tamaulipas, is a larger city with over 300,000 inhabitants. It is located on the banks of the Pánuco River, which flows into the Gulf of Mexico. Tampico is also known for its oil industry and port, which is one of the most important in Mexico.
Both Madero and Tampico have rich historical and cultural heritage and offer visitors an array of attractions, including museums, parks, and historic landmarks. Furthermore, they are both important industrial and commercial centers in the region.
Whether aliens exist or not has been debated for hundreds of years. Although it has not yet been scientifically proven, some people insist that aliens really exist. So much so that the people of some cities even believe that they are protected by aliens. For example, some residents of Madero and Tampico in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas attribute the reason why they are not affected by tropical natural events in the region to aliens. Let’s look at the details together.
In October, Tropical Storm Karl hit an area near the cities of Madero and Tampico
However, as the storm approached these cities, it made a sharp turn away from the coastline. This was quite normal among people who believed in “protective aliens”. Because the city was already protected by aliens!
Interviewed on the subject, 71-year-old Beatriz Garcia said that they were not afraid when they received a storm warning: “I immediately said “they (the aliens) will protect us.” What I believe and trust is that they exist, they have set up a base.”
According to local legend in the city, aliens built a base off Miramar Beach, hidden from humans. This base was underwater, and for more than 50 years the aliens had been watching the Earth.
The aliens at the underwater base protected the inhabitants from hurricanes and other major natural phenomena. Garcia says there were major hurricanes in 1955 and 1966 that destroyed both cities.
Garcia claims that in 1967 he and a friend saw some flying objects in the sky: “They just appeared. So they couldn’t be aeroplanes, aeroplanes don’t do that. They were moving slowly and there were many of them.”
Garcia was not the only person in the area to report seeing UFOs. The day after this incident, a report in the newspaper El Sol de Tampico claimed that thousands of people witnessed the events in the sky. According to the same newspaper, a staff member working from the tower of the airport in the region stated that he “counted 9 objects that they could not identify”.
The locals point to the waters of Miramar Beach and believe that aliens live underwater.
Madero And Tampico
One of the people who claim that aliens live in this region is Juan Abraham Soto. Soto is a name who has worked for many years in the oil drilling facilities off the Miramar Coast. Like many people living in the region, he claims to have seen UFOs many times.
This legendary alien base called Amupac is very important for the economy of the region.
This coastline is one of the most popular destinations for tourists travelling to Mexico, and there are restaurants with space concepts and many shops selling UFO t-shirts and alien toys. Nembra Carmen Jimenez, Tourism Director of Tamaulipas, says that we are not alone in the universe and that she has seen aliens since she was 5 years old.
But is there an explanation for the meteorological phenomena in the region?
Of course, not all residents believe that they are protected by aliens. For example, according to Javier Francisco Alvarez, the former chief of the meteorological port in the region, there is some scientific explanation for the meteorological events in these cities: “These hydrometeorological events follow an irregular route. That is, they don’t always hit the same area or the same place. They don’t take the same path, they don’t touch land in the same place.”
According to him, hurricanes have been bypassing not only the cities of Madero and Tampico, but also many cities along the coastline for a long time. Stating that the alien myth has been going on for several generations, Alvarez states that it is necessary not to close the eyes to the facts because of an urban legend and to take protective measures against hurricanes.