Curanto al hoyo. Typical of southern Chilean Patagonia. It makes a hole in the ground. They put burning charcoal embers stone covered with pork, beef, poultry, seafood, potatoes. Cover with plant called Nalca.
Legend has it that the Chonchón is an evil and much feared presence in rural areas of Chile and part of Argentina. The fear of this creature is that it would be really a Calcu (Mapuche who practices evil with spirits), or a witch or a powerful wizard who knows the secret of Calcu about the mysterious power of flight turned into the dreaded Chonchón.
Sixth Museum mural by Mario Moreno and Soledad Vargas, (Sofrenia and Reciclandomuros) street painters in the towns of Puente Alto and Renca respectively. This time, our mural is part of the concept of Myths and Legends Chilean illustrating several of them in the design, which was made with latex paint on concrete wall.
Caleuche is a ship that sails and roam the seas of Chiloé and southern rivers. Is manned by powerful sorcerers, and on dark nights will brightly lit. In his voyages aboard listening to music constantly. Hidden in the midst of a dense fog, which he produced. Never navigates daylight.