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Employees of "UFO committee" arrived in Homel district in Belarus to investigate reports of the appearance of Chupacabra - "goat vampire" in the suburbs of the region. This is, perhaps, the most common animal, which is either seriously ill or mutated due to radiation. According to the unconfirmed information, it has sucked the blood of about 250 rabbits.
Bites in the form of four large holes were discovered on the victims' bodies, being in the closed cages at the time of the accident.
In addition, young people, who rested in the countryside, announced that they had seen strange creature of about 1.5 meters high, moving nearby on hind limbs. According to them, the animal resemble an ostrich but with hooves, dog-like head, jaw with large teeth, gray hair, hanging in tufts, and eyes gleaming red in the dark.
"Judging by the descriptions, it may be Chupacabra. Its existence is not scientifically confirmed, but evidence of its existence appears periodically from different regions of the planet. Chupacabra was first noticed in South America; its name derives from the Spanish language with the meaning of a monster, called as "goat vampire," "Komsomolskaya Pravda in Belarus" quoted "UFO committee" investigator, Viktor Gayduchik.
The ufologists interviewed an eyewitness at the scene to clarify some details of the behavior of an unknown creature and recorded the GPS-coordinates of the meetings with it.
"Of course, ordinary animals, drastically affected by skin diseases, may be taken for a monster. This version is shared by zoologists, although they do not exclude options with a mutation or interbreeding. By the way, the area where they saw Chupacabra, is contaminated by cesium-137 with a density of 2 - 5 Ci per square kilometer; it is prohibited by picking mushrooms and berries," added an investigator.
"I met a creature last at the end of March. We were with friends at a picnic, and I decided to stay alone until morning, listening to music. This monster ran past me at a distance of ten meters around 4 a.m. I almost crashed my laptop, trying to escape," told Aleksei from Homel.
Ufologists are going to shortly arrange an ambush and night hunting for the so-called vampire. In addition, they ask other witnesses to contact them to assist in the search
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, ...
Chupacabra Sightings, News, And Video
Details Will Be Updated Often:
Mythical Beast Turned Up in Texas?
Canion lived in Africa for four years.
She's been a hunter all her life and
has the mounted heads
of a zebra and other exotic animals
in her house to prove it.
roadkill she found last month outside
her ranch was a new one even for her,
worth putting in a freezer hidden from
curious onlookers: Canion believes she
may have the head of the mythical, bloodsucking
Canion holds a photo of what she is
calling a Chupacabra in Cuero, Texas,
Friday, Aug. 31, 2007. She found the
strange looking animal dead outside
her ranch and thinks it is responsible
for killing many of her chickens. (AP
is one ugly creature," Canion said,
holding the head of the mammal, which
has big ears, large fanged teeth and
grayish-blue, mostly hairless skin.
and some of her neighbors discovered
the 40-pound bodies of three of the
animals over four days in July outside
her ranch in Cuero, 80 miles southeast
of San Antonio. Canion said she saved
the head of the one she found so she
can get to get to the bottom of its
ancestry through DNA testing and then
mount it for posterity.
as have many rural denizens over the
years, that a chupacabra may have killed
as many as 26 of her chickens in the
past couple of years.
The chupacabra is a cryptid said to
inhabit parts of the Americas. It is
associated particularly with Puerto
Rico (where it was first reported),
Mexico, and the United States, especially
in the latter's Latin American communities.
The name translates literally from the
Spanish as "goat sucker".
It comes from the creature's reported
habit of attacking and drinking the
blood of livestock, especially goats.
Physical descriptions of the creature
vary. Sightings began in Puerto Rico
in the early 1990s, and have since been
reported as far north as Maine, and
as far south as Chile. Though some argue
that the chupacabras may be real creatures,
mainstream scientists and experts generally
contend that the chupacabra is a legendary
creature, or a type of urban legend.
It is supposedly a heavy creature, about
the size of a small bear with a row
of spines reaching from the neck to
the base of the tail.
of what Dave's Pawn Shop, 216 S. El
Paso, claims is a Chupacabra lies in
a case at the Downtown shop.
Chupacabra attacks are often paralleled
with UFO sightings, which has caused
some to identify the creature as extra-terrestrial
or an alien pet. Although UFO sightings
are considered fodder for tabloids,
attacks by chupacabras feature as legitimate
news in many Spanish-speaking countries.
an encounter that occurred in Arizona,
the creature entered a house through
an open door, then mumbled and gestured
to the home owner, before fleeing. A
couple hours later the man heard his
son screaming, as he entered his son's
bedroom, the creature was standing on
his son's chest. The creature exited
the bedroom through an open door and
flew out a window. In this encounter
the police were called by the '911'
have been described as similar in appearance
to gargoyles, so it has been theorized
that the creatures were seen in Medieval
Europe, and possibly taken to South
America on board Spanish galleons. According
to this theory, gargoyles were carved
to resemble chupacabras, to keep the
public (and sometimes believed to keep
evil spirits) afraid of any place with
Some cryptozoologists speculate that
chupacabras are alien creatures. Chupacabras
are widely described as otherworldly,
and, according to one witness report,
NASA may be involved with this particular
alien's residency on earth. The witness
reported that NASA passed through an
area in Latin America, with a trailer
that was thought to contain an incarcerated
also been UFOs seen where chupacabras
have been at the same time on occasion.
Others speculate that the creature is
an escaped pet of alien visitors that
wandered off while its master was visiting
Earth. The Chupacabra does have a slight
resemblance to the Greys, which could
mean that they are somehow related.
Some people in the island of Puerto
Rico believe that the chupacabras were
a genetic experiment from some United
States' government agency, which escaped
from a secret laboratory in El Yunque,
a mountain in the east part of the island
when the laboratory was damaged during
a severe storm in the early 1990s. The
US military have had a large presence
across Puerto Rico since the 1930s,
with bases on the island used as Research
and Development facilities (amongst
other things) up to the present day.
The lethal agent orange chemicals were
tested by the US on the crops of Puerto
Rico in widespread crop-spraying operations,
all performed without notifying local
people or farmers, and the efficacy
and safety of contraceptive medicines
was also secretly tested on islanders
who had no knowledge of their 'guinea
pig' status at all. ("UFO's Strangest
Mysteries", Discovery Science)
This may explain some of this alleged
Another possibility would involve giant
vampire bats of which a few fossils
have been found in South-America.
Most believe that the Chupacabra is
most likely to be a close relative of
the Aye-aye, a primate that is Madagascar's
equivalent to the racoon in appearance
and woodpecker ecologically. Like the
vampire bat, the Chupacabra evolved
to feed on the blood of other animals.
Chupacabra is being blamed for a series
of "gruesome and savage murders"
of 19 Ducks And 12 Geese in San Juan.
The attacks have all allegedly coincided
with local UFO sightings which has lead
some locals to believe El Chupacabra
is actually an alien lifeform.
to the article:
Beast Alleged Culprit In Deaths Of 19
Ducks And 12 Geese
1, 2007) In the sleepy town of San Juan,
located within the area of San Antonio
(Region V), gruesome and savage murders
have occurred. The mythical “chupacabra”
(literally, “sucking goat”)
is blamed by locals as the killer of
the farm animals.
attacks are similar to those in Placilla
and Huallipén, where hens and
rabbits fell victim to the bizarre slaughter
and predation, which left the farm animals
dead and sucked completely dry of blood.
However, some are cautious about blaming
this supernatural being.
was strange what happened,” said
owner of the fowl Eva Pou. “But
I think it must have just been an attack
eyewitness accounts of this creature
describe it being approximately 1.20
meters in height, furry, and with a
round, bald head.
say it is a bloodthirsty hybrid from
hell - part reptile, part kangaroo,
part vampire bat - designed to drain
its victims entirely of blood. Is it
an alien invasion, a secret genetic
experiment gone wrong, or a creation
of the human psyche? NGC examines the
evidence with believers and skeptics
alike as science and the supernatural
collide in search for answers to the
ultimate question: Is it Real?
Mystery beast caught in Sichuan
Tuesday, 30th March 2010
"In all my 90 years, I've never seen such a creature. I have no idea what it is," Liu Chang said, shaking his head, as he peered unflichingly into a cage housing the small animal. "Badgers, bobcats, I've seen them all, but I've never seen this."
On March 24, villagers in Suining's Jinyuan Town, Daying County flocked to Ke Suying's residence to see what the fuss was about: this never-before-seen creature was the talk of the town.
At around 3 a.m. on March 23, Ke Suying was awakened by the calling of a rooster. She listened carefully: The sound was coming from her own chicken coop, leading her to believe a thief had entered her property. She immediately woke up her daughter-in-law, and, flashlight in hand, they went down to the coop.
What they saw made both mother and daughter-in-law jump. Inside the coop was a dog-like creature, gray from head to toe, tearing at the chickens. The two women grabbed a stick intending to scare it away, but their efforts were in vain. They had no choice but to call the neighbors for help. Working together they were finally able to trap the creature in a cage.
The animal seems to be omnivorous and measures around 60 centimeters in length--bottom-heavy--and its tail adds another 30 centimeters. There is a wound on its stomach. Almost all of its fur is gone apart from a few sparse, brown-colored hairs on its back. Its head looks mostly like that of a dog, but its nostrils are that of a cow, and it has a few short whiskers hanging from its cheeks. It has round ears and folds on the skin on its neck. Its hindlegs are far longer and heavier than its forelegs, and each of its four wide feet has five toes, almost like that of a lion or tiger.
According to a personnel of the Daying County Forestry Department, this animal might possibly be a common badger, but given that it appears to be quite different from most badgers seen in the area, more research is needed to determine whether or not it is indeed a badger.
In related news, a Ms. Chen on Jiangdong Lu in Daying County has also been feeding an unidentified animal recently. When her family members attempted to identify it by searching online, they decided that it was a Beech Marten--a species found only in Shanxi, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Sichuan, Ningxia, Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai, Yunnan, and classified as a "level 2" endangered species [which seems to contradict Wikipedia's claims, but that's what the article said]. On the 23rd, when she heard the new of Ke Suying's catch, Chen realized that the two animals looked quite similar, although there were enough differences that Chen was certain they were not one and the same.
The County Forestry Department is currently doing further investigation into both animals.
Rican Policeman Chases Chupacabra
The Why? Files
1995, Luis Guadaloupe walked into his
local police station in the town of
Canovanas on the island of Puerto Rico
in the Caribbean. He had an unusual
story to report to the police - whilst
going about his normal business for
the day, he had a strange experience.
Luis had encountered a bizarre creature
"It was really ugly, like a demon,
around four to five feet tall with huge
elongated red eyes. It moved like a
kangaroo - jumping on its powerful back
legs..." For the full article,
Suffers First Chupacabras Attack
Discovery.com August 28, 2000
By Marc Herman
Chile: Last April, farmers in Calama,
a mining town in the heart of Chile's
harsh northern desert, awoke to find
their goats and sheep dead in their
pens. An unidentified predator had mutilated
the animals' necks. By the time the
television cameras arrived, the rumor
of a Chupacabra attack, Chile's first,
was spreading fast through the slender
A mix of vampire and marauding, furry
lizard, the Chupacabra has become one
of the most common beasts studied under
the general heading of cryptozoology,
the study of animals that may or may
not be real. No one has ever caught
a Chupacabra, though plenty of eyewitnesses
claim to have seen one. Descriptions
vary. Eyewitness accounts during a rash
of alleged attacks in 1995, many in
Puerto Rico, described the animal as
having a "reptilian body, oval
head, bulging red eyes, fanged teeth
and long, darting tongue," according
to a report at the time in the daily
San Juan Star.
same description has weathered decades
of scrutiny. First appearing in the
late 1960s, alleged Chupacabra attacks
picked up markedly in the mid-'90s,
moving America's leading cryptozoologist,
Loren Coleman, to term the animal "the
single most notable cryptozoological
phenomenon of the past decade."
Coleman is the author of Cryptozoology
A to Z.
unique about the Chupacabra is that
it's crossing languages, which I think
shows how small our world is getting,"
says Coleman, reached by phone from
his home in Portland, Maine. "It's
sort of like Jennifer Lopez, kind of
COUNTY--A strange animal in one Arkansas
county has residents looking for answers
as to what it is. The Arkansas Game
and Fish Commission say it's a dog,
but some residents disagree.
pictures was taken October fourth, one
day after the animal was shot. The photographer
sent them to the Arkansas Game and Fish
Commission for an answer, and they got
one. But many residents say they're
not convinced it's a dog with a severe
case of mange.
people have been digging for another
explanation, and they think they found
it in the urban legend of Chupacabra.
According to the Hispanic legend, Chupacabra
can come in three forms one of which
is a strange breed of wild dog, mostly
hairless with pronounced eye sockets,
teeth and claws.
people say that idea is far fetched.
a funny colored dog so got to calling
it a dog from hell. It's just a regular
dog," Johnson County resident Gerry
says the idea that's it's anything other
than a dog is off the wall, because
she's had a run-in with the animal in
came out one night and shot up in air
to get it gone off my dogs," she
in the county continue to talk of this
animal although its dead, they're confident
others are alive.
people say it's a cross between a wild
dog and coyote, but others say there's
an air of mystery surrounding the animal.
Some even think it has characteristics
of a Chupacabra, an animal from a Hispanic
The Mysterious animal
has been blamed for attacking and killing
a Doberman pinscher and a Rottweiler
the past couple of years.
"Hybrid Mutant" Is Just A
Turner, ME (AHN) - An expert who examined
the remains of the mysterious animal
found dead over the weekend, believes
it was just a wild dog. Resident from
Litchfield, Sabattus, Greene, Turner,
Lewiston and Auburn have complained
for years about the mysterious animal
with its chilling monstrous cries.
Coleman, a Portland author and cryptozoologist,
said though he didn't know for sure
what the animal was, but based on his
examination of its remains, "I
think this dead animal is a chow or
chow-mix, a relatively small dog, that
was feral, which is unusual for that
area," he told the Sun Journal
wildlife biologists and local animal
control officers had declined to go
to Turner to examine the remains of
the animal, which was found Saturday
near power lines along Route 4.
was apparently hit by a car while chasing
had was photographed and inspected by
several people who live in the area
and a number of speculations were made
over the identity of the creature.
said it was simply a dog. Others said
it was a goat-sheep hybrid. Still others
weighed in that the creature might have
been a Tasmanian devil, a dingo, a wolf
or coyote and other more outlandish
theories involved mutations and extraterrestrials.
time Coleman arrived on Wednesday only
bones and skin of the mystery creature
were left on the spot. The internal
organs and skull were gone.
he came away with a paw and other body
parts to be examined later. Another
paw has been taken by the Sun Journal,
which is exploring the possibility of
conducting DNA tests.
Farmer Claims He Caught Legendary 'Chupacabra'
am PDT August 25, 2005
UPDATED: 8:17 am PDT August 25, 2005
Texas -- A Texas farmer may have found
what some would call a "chupacabra,"
a legendary animal known for sucking
the blood out of goats.
Catches Strange Animal
Lagow set a trap last week after a number
of his chickens and turkeys were killed.
he found in his trap was a mix between
a hairless dog, a rat and a kangaroo.
che mostra le presunte immagini del
chupacabras, uno degli esseri più
conosciuti e misteriosi all'interno
della criptozoologia. Le ... all »
testimonianze di sicuro non mancano,
ma ciò nonostante le autorità
scientifiche negano qualsiasi alone
di mistero attorno a questo essere.
Ma chi è questo Chupacabras e,
soprattutto, quali sono le ipotesi sulla
sua natura ?
There are several variations of what
people believe the Chupacabra to look
like. The current theory is that it
is a bipedal creature around four to
five feet tall described as a sort of
a cross between a 'Grey' alien humanoid,
mainly because the shape of its head
and eyes, and what most witnesses describe
as the body of a bipedal, erect dinosaur.
It has two small arms with a three-fingered
clawed hand, two strong hind almost
reptilian legs, again with three claws
and spinal quills down its back, which
it uses to fly. This appears to enable
it to run quickly and leap over trees.
Its head is oval in shape and has an
elongated jaw. Two red or black beady
eyes have been reported, together with
small holes in the nostril area, a small
slit-like mouth with fang-type teeth
protruding upwards and downwards from
the jaw. It appears to have strong course
hair all over its body; and whilst most
observers claim the hair is black, it
has the remarkable ability to change
colours at will, almost like a chameleon.
In the dark, it will change to black
or a deep brown colour; in a sunlit
area surrounded by vegetation, it changes
to green, green-grey, light brown or
beige. Some believes it to be a half-man,
half-beast vampire, while still others
say it is similar to a panther with
red eyes and the tongue of a snake.
Another version is that it hops like
a kangaroo and smells like sulfur.
recent past, the Chupacabra craze has
grown and, capitalizing on popular culture,
street vendors along the U.S.-Mexico
border began selling Chupacabra T-shirts,
piñatas and porcelain figurines
resembling the lizard-like creature.
An episode of the popular science fiction
television series the “X-Files”
even had a Chupacabra episode.
The Chupacabra or Chupacabras (pronunciation: /tʃupa'kabɾa/, from the Spanish words chupar, meaning "to suck", and cabra, meaning "goat"; literally "goat sucker"), also called El Chupacabras in Spanish, is a legendary cryptid rumored to inhabit parts of the Americas. It is associated more recently with sightings of an allegedly unknown animal in Puerto Rico (where these sightings were first reported), Mexico, and the United States, especially in the latter's Latin American communities. The name comes from the animal's reported habit of attacking and drinking the blood of livestock, especially goats. Physical descriptions of the creature vary. From alien like with large red eyes, to that of dog or coyote like creatures. Recent discoveries s in Texas points them being hybrid creatures part canine part worlf or wild dog species.
Eyewitness sightings have been claimed as early as 1990 in Puerto Rico, and have since been reported as far north as Maine, and as far south as Chile. It is supposedly a heavy creature, the size of a small bear, with a row of spines reaching from the neck to the base of the tail. Biologists and wildlife management officials view the Chupacabra as a contemporary legend. Excerpts from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chupacabra
Many tales of the blood sucking beast have been told in Latin America and in the Southern parts of United States. Many wonder if these night creatures or living in other areas of world, and they just have not been reported yet. Some actually believe that they are large part of the many Vampire myths.
The creatures or thought to be mostly nocturnal by many accounts only attacking it's prey at night. They seem to feed on small animals including family pets and livestock. Although there are accounts of late of Horses and cattle showing signs of attacks resembling the goat suckers M. O..
From all that I have gathered on the creature it seems that it is more then just dangerous to animals it has also been reported to attack people of all ages. though descriptions are often sketchy or reported as hoax's.
El Chupacabra, a legendary blood-sucking cryptid investigations, research, books and info.
Chupacabras: And Other Mysteries by Scott Corrales
Chupacabras and Other Mysteries is a nonfiction work by a veteran bilingual researcher who answers the public outcry for more information on the "goat sucker" that has been mutilating animals and terrorizing the residents of Puerto Rico and other countries around the Gulf of Mexico, and about UFO encounters, government cover-ups, shape shifters, Bigfoot, and other mysteries. Photo section, notes, bibliography, index.
The blood sucking creature dubbed El Chupacabra has struck again!
According to tradition El Chupacabra, a vampire like creature, first appeared in Puerto Rico in the 1970s, but the Animal X - Natural Mystery Unit has found new information suggesting the first sighting may have been as early as the mid 1950s in mainland USA. Now the nasty critter has made its way through Mexico to the driest place on Earth; the Atacama Desert in Chileâ€¦â€¦ and this time the creatureâ€™s victims include humans.
Is El Chupacabra or the "Goat Sucker" as it's also known, the same creature depicted as Gargoyles on centuries old churches in Europe, or is it really a mutant creature known to NASA, as many people believe.
The Animal X - Natural Mystery Unit goes in search of El Chupacabra's real identity and meets victims, witnesses and scientists who describe a creature 3 - 5 feet tall with a dark gray hairy body, glowing red eyes, sharp protruding teeth and three-fingered claw-like hands.
Daniel and Natalie travel to Chile to investigate local reports of El Chupacabra attacks in Antofagasta and Calama, where the creature is said to have left a trail of dead animal drained of every drop of blood. One woman claims she was attacked outside her home and has the wounds to prove it.
Cryptozoology A To Z: The Encyclopedia of Loch Monsters, Sasquatch, Chupacabras, and Other Authentic Mysteries of Nature by Loren Coleman
The Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, the Abominable Snowman -- these are the names of the elusive beasts that have caught the eye and captured the imaginations of people around the world for centuries. Recently, tales of these "monsters" have been corroborated by an increase in sightings, and out of these legends a new science has been born: cryptozoology -- the study of hidden animals.
Cryptozoology A to Z, the first encyclopedia of its kind, contains nearly two hundred entries, including cryptids (the name given to these unusual beasts), new animal finds, and the explorers and scientists who search for them. Loren Coleman, one of the world's leading cryptozoologists, teams up with Jerome Clark, editor and author of several encyclopedias, to provide these definitive descriptions and many never-before-published drawings and photographs from eyewitnesses' detailed accounts. Full of insights into the methods of these scientists, exciting tales of discovery, and the history and evolution of this field, Cryptozoology A to Z is the most complete reference ever of the newest zoological science.
About the Author
Loren Coleman, a forty-year veteran of cryptozoological field expeditions and research, has written several books on nature's mysterious creatures, including The Field Guide to Bigfoot, Mysterious America, and Tom Slick and the Search for the Yeti, and has served as both on- and off-camera consultant to NBC-TV's Unsolved Mysteries and A&E's Ancient Mysteries. Coleman is the mission cryptozoologist for the 1999 Nessa Project's search for the Loch Ness Monster, and a consultant to a forthcoming expedition in search of Mongolia's hairy wildmen, the Almas. He is a professor at the University of Southern Maine and lives in Portland.
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