More Chupacabra News

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Is it possible the now infamously legendary “chupacabra” is a newly emerged breed of dog?  You do realize dogs are one of the animals who can most easily diversify their gene pool into a new “breed”.

There has been yet another sighting in Texas.   (with video)

(or coyote)

Speaking of which, they are growing more agressive.

Then there is this report of another Texas sighting.

“…For those who do not know, the chupacabra is a legendary cryptid rumored to inhabit parts of the Americas. The creature is supposed to be something of a cross between a dog, a rat, and a kangaroo, and one which sucks the blood of small prey like goats and chickens. Eyewitness sightings have been claimed from as early as 1990 from Puerto Rico to Maine, but as of yet no proof of their existence has come to light. In one Puerto Rico incident, which added greatly to the legend, 8 sheep were discovered dead from loss of blood via what appeared to be puncture wounds in their chests. An eye witness also claimed she saw the elusive monster in another reported attack where as many as 150 animals died similarly.

As far back as 1975, reports of El Vampiro de Moca (the vampire of moca, a town in Puerto Rico) have chilled the blood of small children and as we have seen in the video above, grown men. Chupacabra legend is now a world wide phenomena, as every year more supposed sightings arise on nearly every continent. The beast has now even been immortalized in the media too obviously. From episodes of Skooby-Doo (which is sort of like the two Mexican guys up there), to the X Files and beyond, people’s fascination with the creature continues to grow. The legend has come to resemble something akin to “the big foot” story, only for Mexico and the southwest.

I leave the reader with a video from the History Channel which supposedly solves the chupacabra mystery. Beyond the videos, there remains only the slightest idea in your mind, as to whether such things exist. How elusive would you be if you were a vampire? Happy Halloween, especially in the southwestern US and Mexico….”

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