AN EXPLORER has shared a harrowing video of the blood-smeared “cave of the devil” – where witches cast spells and people make pacts with “dark beings”.
Jose Flores regularly hits the headlines for his adventures – showcasing videos of abandoned buildings online – but this is one of his wildest yet.
Recently the 23-year-old took viewers on a tour around one of the “most haunted” caves in the world – where he claims to have discovered satanic symbols and statues.
In his latest YouTube video, which has over 104,000 views and thousands of likes, the content creator explores “the cave of the devil”, located in Catemaco, Mexico, with a friend.
The pair make their way through the labyrinth of jungle and come across a pentagram, a sign often used for rituals.
They then make their way up to the cave, where the entrance has been lit with red candles.
“This is a place where all kinds of rituals take place,” Jose’s friend, who has been to the spot before, says.
“People who work with black magic sometimes make pacts with the beings of darkness.
“Spells have been cast here and trades can be made.”
The duo then enter the dark, deep tunnels, through rubble and stone, which eventually leads them to the cave.
Here they spot two figures – one of a red devil and one of a black devil, both with horns, wearing capes and holding tridents.
A red substance, believed to be blood, can also be seen on the stones of the walls, as well as black candles, creepy dolls, photographs and offerings.
Jose films the cave some more, before coming back out into the eerie dark forest.
It has been said satanic rites, animal sacrifices and other rituals have been carried out at the cave since 1946.
Tourists have supposedly reported finding the atmosphere heavy and hostile, and have come across blood, dead animals, paper notes, offerings and candles.
The post has so far gathered 3,500 likes, as well as over 200 comments from viewers.
One viewer said: “I appreciate the passion you put into each of your videos to make this type of content.”
Another claimed: “The place of the eldest black witch.”
A third commented: “I admire your bravery, I too am also a lover of anything paranormal.”
“Elemental beings are real, show respect and have protection,” added someone else.
“Wow the chills I felt and I wasn’t even there,” wrote another fan.
This isn’t the only time a creepy abandoned property has made the news recently.
Earlier this week we told of a deserted beach resort with rotting animal carcasses and crumbling pools.