Security guard captures ghost of a monk in Querétaro museum

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A security guard at the Querétaro City Museum has become popular by posting the things that happen to him during his night patrols. Are there ghosts?

Video de fantasma del Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro moje

A viral video on social media has captured the attention of thousands of people, showing what appears to be the image of a monk inside the Querétaro City Museum. This phenomenon has unleashed a wave of comments and theories among users.

A TikTok user, who works as a security guard at the Querétaro City Museum, has gained popularity by sharing videos of his night shifts at the museum. In these videos, the guard recounts hearing strange noises and decided to record them. In one of his latest videos, while walking towards the courtyard where the fountain is, strange voices are heard and in one of the doors in the background the figure of what appears to be a monk can be seen.

The video shows the security guard walking through the museum when suddenly strange voices are heard. In the comments, several users highlight the appearance of the figure of a monk at one of the doors. This image has generated various reactions, as many visitors to the museum have reported similar experiences, hearing unexplained noises and seeing strange figures.

Querétaro is known for its many legends and stories, especially related to the siege of Querétaro that occurred more than 150 years ago. These stories contribute to the fascination and mystery surrounding historic places like the Museo de la Ciudad.

Which museum was it at?

The incident occurred at the Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro, also known as the former Capuchin convent. Since February 14, 1997, the former convent of San José de Gracia of Capuchin nuns has been converted into a cultural center. This museum, belonging to the Querétaro Institute of Culture and the Arts, is dedicated to the dissemination of contemporary art, offering a wide range of exhibitions and cultural activities.

History of the Museo de la Ciudad

The former Capuchin convent has a rich history. During the Reform War, the building was the last prison of Maximilian of Habsburg. Later, it housed various institutions and was rescued in 1995 to become the Museo de la Ciudad. Austere and dedicated to charity, the Capuchin nuns lived in this convent, which today remains a place of sober interiors and discreet architectural details.

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Source: aztecaqueretaro