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The name EL THE CHUPACABRA
(Chupa Cabra) translates literally from
Spanish as " The goat-sucker".
It comes from the creature's reported habit
of attacking and drinking the blood of livestock.
Physical descriptions of the creature vary.
Grunch Sightings began in New Orleans in
the late 1960's and Chupacabra, Puerto Rico
in the early 1990s, and have since been
reported as far north as the Carolinas,
and as far south as Chile. The Chupacabra,
as it is known now, was called 'El Vampiro
de Moca' in Puerto Rico, some years ago.
by Gene R. Hampton
Artwork Ricardo Pustanio
This Page Is Updated Often As New Information Is Released.
In the wake of the discovery, Web searches on "chupacabra sightings" and "chupacabra texas" both roared to life, as did Web lookups for "chupacabra translation" and "chupacabra definition." According to Virtue Science, the name literally translates to "goat sucker." Legend states that the beast would attack goats and suck their blood. Think of them as a less sexy version of "Twilight"'s infamous vampire Edward Cullen.
We just learned where we DON'T want to spend our summer vacation—Hood County, Texas. That's because not one, but two "strange, coyote-like creatures" have been killed within 10 miles of each other. And locals there are saying that the ugly animals could be ... chupacabras.
"It was ugly, real ugly, I'm not going to tell no lie on that one," Hood County Animal Control Officer Frank Hackett told NBC's Grant Stinchfield about the animal he found and killed in an old barn.
A few days later, rancher Jack Farr also killed one of the bizarre creatures.
"I have heard of a chupacabra before, but I thought it was some sort of mythological thing," he said. "I've seen deer and coyotes. This had deer ears, big teeth and pinkish skin like nothing I've ever seen before."
Hood County Animal Control sent one of the animals to Texas A&M for DNA testing, but until the results are in, doctors there have only said it's some kind of coyote hybrid.
Jul 10, 2010 ... Two unusual creatures have been killed in three days, near farms, only a few miles apart. Some are calling them chupacabras, ...
Interesting Chupacabra Sightings, News, And Video Details Will Be Updated Often:
El Chupacabra in some areas of America's
southern states is nothing new. In
New Orleans the vampire like creature
has been known as a Grunch since first
sighted when German immigrants populated
the area. A thriving population of
Germans lived upriver from New Orleans,
Louisiana. They were attracted to
the area through pamphlets such as
J. Hanno Deiler's "Louisiana:
A Home for German Settlers" in
The creature was often describe as
cattish or even goat -like and walked
on two legs. It had large red glowing
eyes and pointed ears. The smell was
almost like that of a rotting corpse
when near. And it killed chickens
and small animals draining them of
blood then leaving the corpses to
rot away. In some accounts it is said
to have resembled a hairless deformed
dog with extra long back legs. When
chased it would run off on all fours.
But was often seen walking slowly
on it's muscular hind legs or crouching
before it leapt on it's prey.
Many in New Orleans today often ponder
which came first the Chupacabra or
the grunch? (Also See:
El Chupacabra)The average
New Orleanian often will tell you
the Grunch has been around much longer
then the Chupacabra. Often infesting
swamps, parks and and wooded areas
only to be discovered where man encroached
Devil Baby, The Grunch
And The Undead
The voodoo tradition of the city's
legend is that a Grunch is a New Orleans
specific version of the bastard Vampire
or Chupacabra. Some say the horrific
Baby lives on Grunch Road
and is the leader of the Grunch. And
is the actual real Louisiana El Chupacabra.
Not unlike the Grunch he goes out
and steal babies and cats and dogs
to eat. Many believe he is the true
fore father to all the Grunch that
An old La Nouvelle-Orléans
Voodoo Hoodoo tale states: Marie Laveau
castrated the Devil Baby when he was
born, she wanted him to produce no
more of his kind. The two bloody testicles
fell to the floor as she used a very
sharp blade. Immediately they transformed
into a male and female grunch. The
grunch set upon the frail old woman
and almost killed her. Other lurid
tales tell of the Devil Baby growing
up into manhood and attacking women
and impregnating them with his spawn
which were called by many ... Grunch
(chupacabra's). They were true demonic
vampire blood suckers and lived off
of the blood of their victims alone.
The most wicked and evil New Orleans
or Louisiana Vampire are said to have
been infected by a bite of a Grunch.
This particular type of Vampire must
also sleep in the daylight hours but
cannot be killed in the traditional
way as the European Vampire can. They
do not burn up in sunlight nor can
a stake in the heart destroy them.
The Grunch-Vampire spawn buries itself
each morning at dawn in the mud of
the swamps that surround the city.
And then only to rise up each night
at sunset. An old tale in New Orleans
is that if you see a Vampire, the
Devil Baby , Vampires or a Grunch
in daylight hours, then a great storm
or hurricane is on it's way. Actual
Grunch and Devil Baby sightings and
reports became very common place in
the weeks before Hurricane Katrina
struck the city August 29th, 2005.
In modern times, however, the vampire
is generally held to be a fictitious
entity, although belief in similar
Vampiristic creatures such as the
chupacabra still persists in some
of the America's and their cultures.
Early folkloric belief in vampires
has been ascribed to the ignorance
of the body's process of decomposition
after death and how people in pre-industrial
societies tried to rationalize this,
creating the figure of the vampire
to explain the mysteries of death.
Porphyria was also linked with legends
of vampirism in 1985 and received
much media exposure, but has since
been largely discredited.
The notion is that the Grunch or
Chupacabra was created and not born.
It is said to be not alive and certainly
not 100% dead.
Chupacabra News Stories
In July 2004, a rancher near San
Antonio, Texas, killed a hairless
dog-like creature, which was attacking
his livestock. This animal, initially
given the name the Elmendorf Beast,
was later determined by DNA assay
conducted at University of California,
Davis to be a coyote with demodectic
or sarcoptic mange. In October 2004,
two more carcasses were found in the
same area. Biologists in Texas examined
samples from the two carcasses and
determined they were also coyotes
suffering from very severe cases of
mange. In Coleman, Texas, a farmer
named Reggie Lagow caught an animal
in a trap he set up after the deaths
of a number of his chickens and turkeys.
The animal was described as resembling
a mix of hairless dog, rat, and kangaroo.
Lagow provided the animal to Texas
Parks and Wildlife officials for identification,
but Lagow reported in a September
17, 2006 phone interview with John
Adolfi, founder of the Lost World
Museum, that the "critter was
caught on a Tuesday and thrown out
in Thursday's trash."
In April 2006, MosNews reported that
the chupacabra was spotted in Russia
for the first time. Reports from Central
Russia beginning in March 2005 tell
of a beast that kills by the animals
and sucks out their blood. Thirty-two
turkeys were killed and drained overnight.
Reports later came from neighboring
villages when 30 sheep were killed
and had their blood drained. Finally,
eyewitnesses were able to describe
the chupacabra. In May 2006, experts
were determined to track the animal
In mid-August 2006, Michelle O'Donnell
of Turner, Maine, described an "evil
looking" rodent-like animal with
fangs that had been found dead alongside
a road. The animal was apparently
struck by a car, and was unidentifiable.
Photographs were taken and witness
reports seem to be in relative agreement
that the creature was canine in appearance,
but in widely published photos seemed
unlike any dog or wolf in the area.
Photos from other angles seem to show
a chow- or akita-mixed breed dog.
It was reported that "the carcass
was picked clean by vultures before
experts could examine it". For
years, residents of Maine have reported
a mysterious creature and a string
of dog maulings.
In May 2007, a series of reports
on national Colombia news reported
more than 300 dead sheep in the region
of Boyaca, and the capture of a possible
specimen to be analyzed by zoologists
at Universidad Nacional of Colombia.
In August 2007, Phylis Canion found
three animals in Cuero, Texas. She
and her neighbors purported to have
discovered three strange animal carcasses
outside Canion's property. She took
photographs of the carcasses and preserved
the head of one in her freezer before
turning it over for DNA analysis.
Canion reported that nearly 30 chickens
on her farm had been exsanguinated
over a period of years, a factor which
led her to connect the carcasses with
the chupacabra legend. State Mammologist
John Young estimated that the animal
in Canion's pictures was a Gray Fox
suffering from an extreme case of
mange. In November 2007, biology researchers
at Texas State University–San
Marcos determined from DNA samples
that the suspicious animal was merely
On January 11, 2008, a sighting was
reported at the province of Capiz
in the Philippines. Some of the residents
from the barangay believed that it
was the chupacabra that killed eight
chickens. The owner of the chickens
saw a dog-like animal attacking his
Video still of an alleged Chupacabra
caught by a DeWitt County, Texas Sheriff's
Deputy.On August 8, 2008, a DeWitt
County deputy, Brandon Riedel, filmed
an unidentifiable animal along back
roads near Cuero, Texas on his dashboard
camera. The animal was about the size
of a coyote but was hairless with
a long snout, short front legs and
long back legs. However, Reiter's
boss, Sherrif Jode Zavesky, believes
it may be the same species of coyote
identified by Texas State University–San
Marcos researchers in November 2007.
DeWitt County Sheriffs Office video
KTVT: Tuesday August 12, 2008
So the next time your
out alone in the dark in the southern
part of the United States and you
feel like your being watched, it might
just be a grunch!
Hampton is a Paranormal researcher
who interest in crypto creatures has
brought him to go out investigate
first handed and explore the strange
sightings that occur in the America's.
With over 10 years in the field he
has set out to track Bigfoot, Champ
and many local strange and exotic
creatures from across North and South
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