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El Chupacabra

The Goat Sucker!


CHUPACABRA ~ 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. 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

El Vampiro de Moca

Story Compiled From The Internet by Dale Faber

EL CHUPACABRA ART By Ricardo Pustanio © 2006-2009

Chupacabra - News Results

Texas Man Says He Has Mythical Chupacabra WJXT Jacksonville -

Strange-looking animal creates buzz, adds to myth of chupacabra Fort Bend Herald

Man Believes He Has Frozen Chupacabra NBC Dallas Fort Worth

Mythical 'beast' resurfaces

The report that a chupacabra has been captured near Blanco, Texas, has the Web searching. » Recorded on video yahoobuzz

Mythical chupacabra found? A taxidermist shows off what he says could be the legendary chupacabra. KSAT's Steve Roldan reports. -- cnn

Mysterious Beasts Torment Villagers -- Unknown creatures that reportedly devour and suck blood from livestock are haunting villagers at Onheleiwa, Oidiva and Oikango of Ongwediva constituency. Over 20 goats have been killed at Onheleiwa and Oidiva villages and an unknown number at Oikango, where the situation is said to be worse.-- New Era


The chupacabra (or chupacabras, grunch) is a creature said to inhabit parts of the Americas. It is associated New Orleans it is known as a Grunch or Black Grunch. Puerto Rico (where it was first reported as a Chupacabra), Mexico, and the United States, especially in the latter's Latin American communities.


The name Chupacabra translates literally from Spanish as "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.

The Name Grunch came from the name of a Road in the eastern part of New Orleans circa late 1950's to present day. Where many numerous stories of blood sucked chickens, goats, cows and occasional persons were said to have encountered them eye to red eye. Many say the legend of the Grunch dates back to the early settlement days of New Orleans.

Though some argue that the chupacabras may be real creatures, mainstream scientists and experts generally contend that the chupacabra and grunch are a legendary creature, or a type of urban legend.

Originated in Puerto Rico in the township of Canóvanas, numerous sightings locate him in the United States, Central America (Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala) and South America (Brazil, Chile) New Orleans as a Grunch.

The species would dwell underneath the soil in cave-like structures whose origins and makeup are currently unknown. Other pretends that they come from the future or a 5th dimension.

The legend of el chupacabra began in about 1992, when Puerto Rican newspapers El Vocero and El Nuevo Dia began reporting the killings of many different types of animals, such as birds, horses, and as its name implies, goats. At the time it was known as El Vampiro de Moca since some of the first killings occurred in the small town of Moca. While at first it was suspected that the killings were done randomly by some members of a Satanic cult, eventually these killings spread around the island, and many farms reported loss of animal life. The killings had one pattern in common: each of the animals found dead had two punctured holes around their necks.

Soon after the animal deaths in Puerto Rico, other animal deaths were reported in other countries, such as the Dominican Republic, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, El Salvador, Panama, Peru, Brazil, the United States and, most notably, Mexico, New Orleans.


Chupacabra in the news


Chupacabra Description
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 color; 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.


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Descriptions of the physical appearance of each specimen can resemble descriptions of other reports, or be completely different from other chupacabra descriptions. Differences in descriptions are too wide to be attributed to differences in the perceptions of the observers, causing cryptozoologists to speculate that chupacabra reports may in fact be attributable to several species. Although they have different appearances, chupacabra descriptions have several common traits. They are typically described as being 3 ft. (1 m) or taller, and roughly humanoid in shape.

In New Orleans the Chupacabra or Grunch is said to resemble a goat with horns that walks on two legs. It stands3 to 4 feet (1 to 1.2 m) high, many oral traditions say it's the cross between a a human and a goat. But it is said to certainly suck blood from it's victims. Grunch colors vary from grey, green, green-grey, light brown or black, but always red glowing eyes. Some believes it to be a half-man, half-beast vampire goat, while still others say it is similar to a Louisiana panther with red eyes and the tongue of a snake, rather a mini Loupe Garou.

In general, chupacabras are said to appear in three specific forms:

The first and most common form is a lizard-like being, appearing to have leathery or scaly greenish-gray skin and sharp spines or quills running down its back. This form stands approximately 3 to 4 feet (1 to 1.2 m) high, and stands and hops in a similar fashion to a kangaroo. In at least one sighting, the creature hopped 20 feet (6 m). This variety is said to have a dog or panther-like nose and face, a forked tongue protruding from it, large fangs, and to hiss and screech when alarmed, as well as leave a sulfuric stench behind.

El Vampiro de Moca


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 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 Chile…… and this time the creature’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

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.


The second variety bears a resemblance to a wallaby or dog standing on its hind legs. It stands and hops as a kangaroo, and it has coarse fur with greyish facial hair. The head is similar to a dog's, and its mouth has large teeth.

The third form is described as a strange breed of wild dog. This form is mostly hairless, has a pronounced spinal ridge, unusually pronounced eye sockets, teeth, and claws. This animal is said to be the result of interbreeding between several populations of wild dogs, though enthusiasts claim that it might be an example of a dog-like reptile. The account during the year 2001 in Nicaragua of a chupacabra's corpse being found supports the conclusion that it is simply a strange breed of wild dog. The alleged corpse of the animal was found in Tolapa, Nicaragua, and forensically analyzed at UNAN-Leon. Pathologists at the University found that it was just an unusual-looking dog. There are very striking morphological differences between different breeds of dog, which can easily account for the strange characteristics.

Many residents of South America and the New Orleans area have reported sightings of Chupacabra, and although various, the descriptions share some significant likenesses. In many reports, accounts include the visible inflation of the stomach region, after La Chupacabra has been feeding. The appearance of the animal changes when an internal bladder-like organ fills with the blood of its prey. Another common characteristic associated with the sightings, are overly visible and large testes. The speculated reason for the enlarged testicles is that the frequency of female La Chupacabras is very low. For this reason, when mating occurs it is neccesary for the process to be virtually guarenteed to impregnate the female. Furthermore, with almost all the reported sightings witnesses have reported large portruding fangs. These fangs are suspected to be hollow and be the vehicles for the blood on which it feeds.

It has been described as similar to gargoyles, so it has been theorized that the creatures were seen in Medieval Europe. According to this theory, gargoyles were carved to resemble chupacabras, to keep the public afraid of any place with gargoyles.


El Chupacabra


Chupacabra: descriptions of the creature has remained fairly consistent over the years

three to five feet tall
dark gray facial skin
coarse hair on the body, and several reports said it has a chameleon-like appearance, with the ability to change from purple to brown to yellow
black eyes, or glowing orange or red eyes
a wolf-like or canine nose
sharp fangs
short forearms with three-fingered claw-like "hands"
a row of fins, spikes or quills running down the length of its back
stands on two powerful-looking hind legs and clawed feet
often hops on the ground, like a kangaroo, rather than walks (at least one witness claimed it could leap as far as 20 feet in one bound)
some reported bat-like wings that enable the chupacabras to fly
it makes a hissing noise that often makes witnesses nauseous

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 creature.

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.

Some superstitious people with high levels of imagination might be seeing something innocous, like a dog in shadows, and think it's something else.

Both in Puerto Rico and Mexico, "el chupacabra" gained urban legend status. Chupacabra stories began to be released several times in American and Hispanic newscasts across the United States, and chupacabra merchandise, such as t-shirts and baseball caps, were sold.

The chupacabra is generally treated as a product of mass hysteria, though the animal mutilations are sometimes real. Like many cases of such mutilations, however, it has been argued that they are often not as mysterious as they might first appear, and in fact, in a series of tests showcased by the National Geographic Channel in a show about the chupacabra, pointed to the obvious conclusion that every single "animal mutilation" can be explained by either people killing them or, more likely, other animals eating them. The lack of blood is explained by insects drinking it.


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Chupacabra Powers
Chupacabra are said that thay can change colors like a chamaleon. They can also fly or leap over twenty feet in a single bound according to some witnesses. The Grunch and Chupacabra are said to fly. In some instances they swoop down from the trees in New Orleans East suburbs like a large owl and snatch small prey.

Some reports claim the chupacabra's red eyes have the ability to hypnotize and paralyze their prey—leaving the prey animal mentally stunned, allowing the chupacabra to suck the animal's blood at its leisure. The effect is similar to the bite of the vampire bat, or of certain snakes or spiders that stun their prey with venom. Unlike conventional predators, the chupacabras sucks all the animal's blood (and sometimes organs) through a single hole or two holes.

They also exhibit intelligent behavior and possesses some rudimentary skill of becoming undetectable. Some say they can open locks, figure out traps and avoid them and actually use sticks and pointed items as tools.

These powers have presumably helped Chupacabras to escape and avoid instances of close contact with people. And of course most certainly get to their prey undetected.



Jay Wroe caught a creature in maryland and named it a hyote because it was so strange looking. He tried to identify it but was told it was a coyote with mange


Chupacabra Sightings
Certain South American rain forest natives believe in the "mosquito-man", a mythical creature of their folklore that pre-dates modern chupacabras sightings. The mosquito-man sucks the blood from animals through his long nose, like a big mosquito. Some say mosquito-man and chupacabras are one and the same.

Notable sightings in the United States include one reported by multiple eye-witnesses in Calaveras County, California, and at a recent birthday celebration of a Development Team member of a local charity in Houston, Texas. According to these reports, the creature was sighted for the first time in the early to mid 1990s, harming animals of different species. However, it is now thought that people did this themselves.

This Cupacabra In three weeks it killed about thirty chickens, sometimes two a day. The animal has been disposed of so there is nothing to get dna from. If you look at the pictures you can see its not a coyote like some people claim.

In July of 2004, a rancher near San Antonio, Texas, killed a hairless, dog-like creature which was attacking his livestock. This creature is now known as the Elmendorf Creature. It was later determined to be a canine of some sort, most likely a coyote, with demodestic mange. In October of 2004, two animals which closely resemble the Elmendorf creature were observed in the same area. The first was dead, and the second was noticed by a local zoologist who was called to identify the animal while she was travelling to the location where the first was found. Specimens were studied by biologists in Texas. The creatures are thought to have been canines of undetermined species with skin problems and facial deformities.

The chupacabra has often been spotted in Michigan. A recent sighting occurred in Grand Haven, when a forty-two year old man claimed he saw it suck the blood out of a cat.

A famous appearance in the city of Varginha, Brazil, (the "Varginha incident") is sometimes attributed to the chupacabra, although cryptozoologists more frequently associate the incident with extraterrestrials. In 1997, an explosion of chupacabra sightings in Brazil were reported in Brazilian newspapers. One report came from a police officer, who claimed to get a nauseous feeling when he saw a dog-like chupacabras in a tree.

In April of 2006, MOSNEWS.com, reported that the chupacabra was spotted for the first time in Russia. Reports from Central Russia as far back as March 2005 tell of a beast that kills animals and sucks out their blood. 32 turkeys were killed and drained overnight. Reports later came from neighboring villages when 30 sheep were killed and had their blood drained. Finially eyewitnesses were able to describe the chupacabra. This May experts are determined to to track the animal down.

Recently, there has been a surge of chupacabra sightings in the United States, specifically in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., and outside of the Philadelphia area. However, controversy exists whether these chupacabras sightings are legitimate. Some contend that this chupacabra is simply a beagle named Sophie Peanuts. Washington PostPhiladelphia Inquirer

In April of 2006, MOSNEWS.com, reported that the chupacabra was spotted for the first time in Russia. Reports from Central Russia as far back as March 2005 tell of a beast that kills animals and sucks out their blood. 32 turkeys were killed and drained overnight. Reports later came from neighboring villages when 30 sheep were killed and had their blood drained. Finially eyewitnesses were able to describe the chupacabra. This May experts are determined to to track the animal down.

El Chupacabras was preceded by a Puerto Rican monster known as the Moca Vampire, which had been reported in conjunction with a rash of UFO sightings in 1975. A number of farmers discovered animals massacred after strange lights appeared in the sky. Investigators examining the slain animals, which included ducks, goats, geese and cows, noted with astonishment that they had been completely drained of blood with almost surgical precision. The Moca Vampire was apparently never sighted firsthand, but it was generally admitted that illegaly-imported crocodiles were responsible for the killings.

In March 1995, the Puerto Rican towns of Orocovis and Morovis began to be plagued by some force that was mysteriously murdering their animals. The carcasses of goats, chickens and other small farm animals were reported to be thoroughly exsanguinated, with the blood often said to have been drained out through a single neat puncture wound.

01/16/06 - Angelina County, Texas
Boys Saw a Strange Creature While Hunting
Boys Found a Scary Sight While Hunting
by Ramonica R. Jones


"We found him walking around and the dog started chasing him, and after he started chasing him, we looked at it and it looked like a sheep, so my brother walked up there, and Koty saw a head that looked kind of like a coyote."

Kolby Russell and his brother Koty found it while they were squirrel hunting near Old Rifle Road. The animal had leathery skin, long teeth, and hind legs longer than its front legs. So what do they think it is?

"Umm, coyote with mange," said Kolby. "I've seen mange before, and he has a body kind of built like a coyote, but he's real skinny."

Whatever it is, it put up a fight.

Koty Russell said, "We shot it. I shot three times and he shot a couple times - squirrel shot - and it just ran over there and fell down. It got back up and we shot a couple more times with buckshot and knocked it down."

This isn't the first one the Russell boys have seen.

"I had chased it a couple times earlier, about a month ago, and my friends didn't believe me," said Koty. "I finally showed them."

Several of these creatures have been seen roaming around Angelina County. The Russells said they don't seem to travel in packs, and they're certain there are more out there.

The Russell Family will send photos they've taken to the county's animal control department, then wait and see if the animal will be taken in for testing to determine exactly what it is.

Excerpts from http://www.ktre.com/Global/story.asp?S=4369153


Sightings and slain livestock continued to be reported in various parts of Puerto Rico throughout the fall of 1995. The Goatsucker allegedly killed 11 goats in the town of San German, and on one occasion a group of townspeople said they chased the creature away as it was attempting to kill three roosters. In Guanica, 44-year-old Osvaldo Claudio Rosado claimed to have been grabbed from behind by a gorilla. Puerto Rico has no gorillas. After fighting off the creature, Rosado needed treatment for scratches and cuts around his torso. In Canovanas, seemingly an epicenter of Chupacabras activity with more than 150 animal slayings reported in 1995. Several witnesses have seen it in broad daylight. One such occasion was witnessed by Madeline Tolentino and her neighbours in the Campo Rico community (municipality of Canovanas). They all observed it walking down a street at 3.00 pm in the afternoon. As they approached it, the creature ran away, 'at a fantastic speed' and escaped. Mayor Jose "Chemo" Soto raised an army of volunteers and personally hunted every week for Chupa during nearly a year, armed with rifles and a caged goat. He failed to catch it but was, however, re-elected.

 The rather gruesome photograph displayed has been circulating on the Internet (without explanation of its origins) since 2003, leading many to speculate about just what it depicts. Guesses include the head of a chupacabra (the mythological "goat sucker"), a dessicated canine head, and a Halloween mask.

Since then, the Chupacabras has been blamed in the deaths of over 2000 animals ranging from other livestock to household pets. Puerto Rico is no longer the exclusive playground of the creature. Through the Spanish-speaking media, the story travelled through Mexico and the United States, leading to sightings of the beast in several cities including Miami, New York, San Antonio, Cambridge, and San Francisco. 69 chickens, goats and ducks were found dead on a Florida lawn, again with their blood drained. Michigan and Oregon suffered subsequent attacks. A rash of bloodsuckings in Mexico created a minor media sensation by late 1996. In October of 1999, Brazil's Corriero Braziliense newspaper reported nine goats and three sheep dead with single wounds on the neck. Other Brazilian eyewitnesses claimed to have seen an animal that fly or leap with powerful, monkey-like hind legs, attacking animals and humans both. In April of 2000, farmers in Calamain, 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 and sucked their blood. Calama officials quickly called in the National Guard. Hundreds of armed soldiers undertook a massive search of the area, hunting the Chupacabra. Night patrols, however, found nothing; neither the beast, nor the puma skeptics believed was the real killer. By late June, an official Chilean government statement had blamed the attacks on wild dogs.


In October 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. It had a long pointed tongue which moved in and out of its mouth. It was gray but its back seemed to change colour - it gave off a foul "sulphuric-like stench".

"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. It had a long pointed tongue which moved in and out of its mouth. It was gray but its back seemed to change colour - it gave off a foul "sulphuric-like stench".

Since 1995, from all parts of the island, many people have witnessed this creature - some describing it with a ridge of spines on its back. Furthermore, farmers and local people have lost thousands of animals - cattle, sheep, goats as well as dogs, cats and birds - their gruesome deaths being attributed to the strange creature.

When examined the bodies of the slaughtered animals frequently reveal shocking and dumbfounding evidence - small holes in the neck or head and a complete absence of blood in their bodies. Hence, the people of Puerto Rico gave this strange creature the name "El Chupacabra" - the Goat-sucker.

In early 1995 a police officer was sent to investigate an animal which had been found mutilated. When he arrived at the scene he discovered a mutilated sheep and whilst examining the body he became aware of something watching him from the shadows. He was staggered to see a creature about five feet tall with dark skin and orange-yellow eyes. When the creature left the scene the police officer chased it only to be quickly overcome with a severe headache and nausea. He soon collapsed.


The existence of this strange creature can hardly be denied but, despite the fact that hundreds of people on Puerto Rico have seen "Chupacabras", descriptions do vary. Some eyewitnesses describe the creature with wings - others do not.

Another aspect of these strange events is that quite often sightings of UFOs accompany the discovery of the mutilated remains of animals.
Jorge Martin, editor of "Evidencia OVNI" - Puerto Rica's UFO magazine - stated:
"I believe there is a strong connection between the Chupacabras and UFO activity in this area. Many people who witness the Chupacabra also report some sort of aerial phenomena. These witnesses - separated socially as well as geographically, give remarkably similar UFO descriptions. I don't think this can be ignored when trying to understand the Chupacabra phenomenon. At first I believed these animals to be the result of some genetic or bionic experiment, but I now believe that they are not of terrestrial origin.

I have confidential sources that have informed me that two Chupacabras have been captured by the authorities here and are being studies in conjunction with U.S. investigators - there is a possibility that someone, somewhere knows exactly what is going on. Right now, I would say the situation is out of control. It's happening everywhere and government officials who are elected by us to solve our problems are not doing this at the moment".

Jorge Martin - editor of Puerto Rico's "Evidencia OVNI" magazine, believes there is a link between Chupacabras and UFOs


The authorities, initially, explained the events as hysteria or mischief by humans. However, they did employ government veterinarians to conduct official autopsies on twenty animals which had become victims of the Chupacabra. Dr. Hector Garcia, head of the government's Agricultural Department of Veterinarian Services stated:

"The autopsies revealed a variety of causes of death, including parasites. I believe the attacks are most likely due to feral dogs or a rhesus monkey imported to Puerto Rico for scientific experiments".
Veterinary Surgeon Soledad de la Pena was perplexed when she examined the bodies of mutilated sheep - Chupacabra victims


These remarks attracted widespread derision and accusations of a government cover-up - a cover-up assisted by the media.
Taking into account the vast number of animals killed, the numerous eyewitness accounts and terribly mutilated bodies, the official explanation does, without doubt, appear doubtful - at the very least.

Some researchers have suggested that the Chupacabras are the result of some kind of covert genetic experiment conducted by the military. These points are valid because there is ample evidence of the US military using Puerto Rico for experiments involving illegal weapons and a whole variety of top-secret projects - such as Agent Orange and Thalidomide. Also experiments using "radiation weapons" have been carried out on the island.


Meanwhile Chupacabra events continued to be reported - Juan Collazo, a policeman, shot a Chupacabra at close range … with no apparent effect. Jesus Sanchez, resident of Gurabo, discovered the dead bodies of his rabbits in his backyard and decided to mount a vigil, waiting for the creature to return. Several days later Sanchez found himself face to face with a Chupacabra. He dazzled it with a powerful flashlight and gave it two blows with his machete. He remarked "The blows sounded like I had struck a hollow drum". The creature escaped, apparently unharmed.

A fire chief also claims to have scared away a Chupacabra by shooting at it. Some hairs were left at the scene and are being analyzed.

Because the state of affairs has become so serious in the town of Canovanas, the mayor - Jose Soto, who previously was a police detective, has organized a series of expeditions to try to capture the Chupacabras. With the help of 200 heavily armed volunteers and the civil defense unit, Soto has laid traps in the jungles of El Yunque in the Cubuy region of Puerto Rico, an area that has also long been a hotspot for UFO sightings.

Mayor Soto states that he has no choice but to take fears about the Chupacabras seriously but his pleas to the authorities are unheeded. He also said:

"Whatever it is, it's highly intelligent - today it is attacking animals, but tomorrow it may attack people."

Carlos Soto - a veterinary surgeon - recreates the marks left after a typical predator attack. The jaws usually leave damaged tissues on both sides of the neck - no so with the Chupacabra .


Sightings spread to 40 of the 70 Puerto Rican municipalities and, in fact, sightings are being made in all parts of the island - does this mean they are rapidly breeding?

In deed, reports of Chupacabras began to emerge from places far away from Puerto Rico - Miami, Texas, Florida, California and Northern Mexico.
Hundreds of attacks have been reported in Mexico and in some cases more than 60 animals have been slaughtered - all of them had circular holes, usually in the neck. Whereas Chupacabra attacks in Puerto Rico were limited to animal mutilation, in Mexico it has been claimed that the creature has attacked people.

How the Chupacabra managed to migrate from Puerto Rico to U.S. mainland is not clear - the two countries are separated by 1000 miles of water. But it is clear that descriptions of creatures seen in California are the same as the Puerto Rican Chupacabra.

Juan - a local peasant farmer told of how 30 animals had been killed in one night. Earlier that evening may eyewitnesses claimed to have seen UFOs.


Mutilated sheep on the farm of Radames Marin in Youco, Puerto Rico. The sheep were found to be free of rigor mortis several days after their death - confounding the experts.

Typical of a Chupacabra attack - a clean incision in the neck or throat with no evidence of a struggle

excerpts from http://www.fastdog.karoo.net/chupacabra.htm

Chupacabra Origin

The Alien Theory
One speculation of the Chupacabras' origin is that it is either an offshoot or an abandoned pet of other intelligent beings that came to Earth a long time ago.

Luminous oval and pyramidal shaped UFOs have been seen in the vicinity where animals have been mutilated and found to be without blood. These have been reported in the towns of Cabo Rojo, Canovanas, Ponce and Naranjito. In Barrio Hato, the Rojas family observed a UFO. A horse and several goats were found mutilated shortly after the observation.

Disinformation and debunking campaigns appeared organised through UFO groups stating "Chupacabras" belong to a voracious reptilian race of creatures, alien in origin, who have started "devouring the populace.

The Experiment Theory
The Chupacabras is also believed to be the result of secret government experiments in genetics. Some pretend that the lethal 'orange agent' and other dioxine-based chemical agents as well as gamma radiation tests have been tested in several places by the US Government on the island's population and territory for decades.Knowing that thanks to genetic manipulations, incredible new breeds of animals and plants, it is quite possible that the "Chupacabras" could have been developed by humans.

The Vampire Theory
The Chupacabra was once believed to be El Vampire de Moco, another legendary mauler of animals of Puerto Rico which turned out to be crocodiles illegally released onto the island.

The other Dimension/Time Theory
The Chupacabras, or aliens that we are seeing would be humans of the future.... our own children.... travelling through time in order to prevent the chemical crisis that caused them to evolve into "chupacabras. Our future-humans arrive at critical times in order to either warn us or attempt to prevent the progress of the technology that will go awry and cause physical mutations.

Grunch Road New Orleans' Real Chupacabra


Chupacabra  or Grunch as they say in New Orleans.

The Legend of Grunch Road Revealed Some people claim it was in Chalmette, Louisiana, some other people claim it was in Gentilly, or Meataire but the "REAL Grunch Road" was located in a remote part of Eastern New Orleans near the community of Little Woods. Most people only encountered Grunch Road by accident. A dead end of scant shells and sand, sheltered by overgrown woods and great tall water Oaks, it led off into the ferny darkness off the major two-lane highway of Hayne Boulevard. From ghastly goat people, and several ghost of who knows what. Stories of floating lights and strange cries in the night continue to this day. Many recent photos of a creature have surfaced over the years, And this the legend of Grunch road continues to this very day.


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But it was when people started disappearing down Grunch Road that everyone finally took notice.


Chupacabra The Wild Animals Theory
Throughout the killings, the authorities have claimed the deaths are due to attacks from groups of stray dogs, baboons or exotic animals illegally introduced in the island's territory. The director of Puerto Rico's Department of Agriculture Veterinary Services Division, Hector Garcia, has stated that, "it could be dogs, that the small puncture wounds observed in the victims necks are similar to those inflicted by the fangs of canines." He also stated that no other unusual features have been observed in the dead animals examined by his division, and this included no loss of blood. Veterinarian Angel Luis Santana, of the private Gardenville Clinic, in San Juan, said, "it could be a human being who belongs to a religious sect, even another animal. It could also be someone who wants to make fun out of the Puerto Rican people. Loren Coleman agrees and is comfortable with the wild dog explanation. "Dog packs tend to do that, go on frenzied attacks, eat a little, then leave the rest."


Chupacabra Evidences
The corpses of its victims have been found with many small but regular pattern circular holes about 1/4" - 1/2" in diameter arranged in pairs of triangular fashion. These particular openings have been located in the neck, chest, belly, and anal areas, and appear to have been made with a surgeon’s scalpel. There are also reports of certain organs missing from the victims, yet no visible means of extraction was found on the bodies. Reproductive, sexual organs, anus, eyes and other soft tissue have sometimes been removed.

The wounds may be similar in appearance to bites inflicted by dogs or baboons due to them being round and small, but the similarity ends there. These wounds penetrate through the right jawbone, muscle and tissue, and straight into the brain, more specifically directly to the cerebellum, puncturing it and causing instant death to the animal. This reveals a type of euthanasia technique, for this method prevents the attacked animal from suffering.

The wounds may be similar in appearance to bites inflicted by dogs or baboons due to them being round and small, but the similarity ends there. These wounds penetrate through the right jawbone, muscle and tissue, and straight into the brain, more specifically directly to the cerebellum, puncturing it and causing instant death to the animal. This reveals a type of euthanasia technique, for this method prevents the attacked animal from suffering.

When the wounds appear on the sides and belly of the victim, the penetration usually cuts through the stomach, down to the liver, apparently removing sections of the organ and absorbing liquid from it. The wall of the wound seems also to have been cauterized apparently to prevent excessive blood loss and no natural inflammatory processes have been observed in the dead animals tissues. Moreover there are no trauma, abrasions, scratches, bites or pressure observed by the examiners on the opposite side of the wound. In most cases the victims lack rigor mortis and remain flexible, days after their death. Incredibly in some incidents, the blood, which remained in the body, would not clot or coagulate for days following death.

Chupacabra in the News

Maine Mystery Beast Possibly Killed by Car, Residents are wondering if an animal found dead over the weekend may be the mysterious creature that has mauled dogs, frightened residents and been the subject of local legend for half a generation. --Foxnews.com

For the past 15 years, residents across Androscoggin County have reported seeing and hearing a mysterious animal with chilling monstrous cries and eyes that glow in the night.

The Mysterious animal has been blamed for attacking and killing a Doberman pinscher and a Rottweiler the past couple of years.

Expert: "Hybrid Mutant" Is Just A Wild Dog
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.

Loren 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 newspaper.

State 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.

The animal was apparently hit by a car while chasing a cat.

The carcass 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.

Some 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.

By the 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.

Nonetheless, 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.




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Chupacabras have appeared in a variety of fictional works. Examples include the following:

In the book "The House of the Scorpion" by Nancy Farmer, stories about the chupacabra are used to frighten the protagonist as a young child so that he will not leave the house at night.
The plot of the Spider-Man novel Valley of the Lizard is centered around chupacabras.
Chuapacabra appears in the third chapter of Maciek Kur's book, Stowarzyszenie Umarlych dusz czyli traumo-pocieszne przygody Znicza Deathsoul.


Short Stories
In the short story, "Kiss", by Steve Berman, the Chupacabra plays a role in a young gay man's search for his own identity.
In the horror anthology, Tropical Tales of Terror, by Roberto Guzman, (published by Bookman publishing, 2004) the short story "The Elderly Xeno Hawks of El Yunque" suggested that the chupacabras legend was based on a hidden race of intelligent creatures descended from prehistoric hawks.


Fictional articles
In an issue of The Onion, an online satirical newspaper, there was a fictional article by the president of Mexico, Vicente Fox, titled, "The Only Thing We Have To Fear Is The Chupacabra".

Comics and graphic novels
In the Vol. 2 Trade Paperback of the Comic Book Series The Amazing Joy Buzzards published by Image Comics El Campeon who is a mythical Mexican Wrestler teams up with bandmember Gabe Caryle in Costa Rica to take out a den of Chupacabras in the story "The Devil's Zapatos". El Chupa is also a villain in this series who rules over and has Chupacabras as his minions.
In the issue 4 of the Image Comics series Hero Camp the Chupacabra makes an appearance as he threatens to eat the Goat Man.

A comic book version of The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror featured a story of a chupacabra that escaped Professor Frink's lab and killed off almost all of the regulars at Moe's Tavern.
In the volume 4, episode 33 of the manga Mikakunin Shounen Gedou the Chupacabra appears.
Josh Lesnik's webcomic, Girly, features a character named "El Chupacabre," a former supervillain who possesses an "aura" that makes any nearby females lust insatiably after him. El Chupacabre has since reformed and is going steady with another character but still has his "aura." He goes by the nickname "Chuy."

Eric Millikin's comic, Fetus-X, features El Chupacabra, a goat-sucking extraterrestrial and masked Mexican professional wrestler. In the comic the U.S. government maintains a color-coded Chupacabra alert system which has been raised to metallic magenta.

Chupacabra In Film
El Chupacabra is a B-movie released in 2003.
Independent film released in 2005 Mexican Werewolf in Texas originally titled Chupacabra.[6]
Independent filmmaker Henry Serrato made a 41 minute mockumentary film called Search for the Chupacabra.
The Utah film company Wombat Films created a comedy about the chupacabra.

In episode 1-01 ("Dia de los Dangerous") of The Venture Bros., the Chupacabra is said to be, per a superscientific formula, an urban legend, but appears later in the episode, attacking Dr. Venture. After it was disposed by Brock Samson, Dr. Venture asked, "What the hell was that?!?" and Brock replies, "Chupacabra. They're all over Mexico."
The episode "El Mundo Gira" of the TV series X-Files is about a man believed to be El Chupacabras (an issue of the Topps comic book based on the FOX series also featured the chupacabras).
In November of 2005 the Sci-Fi Channel aired a movie called Chupacabra Terror, about a beast killing on a cruise ship.
An episode of Dexter's Laboratory had the Chupacabras as one of Dexter's experiments (which he named Charlie) that escaped to South America. Throughout the episode, Dexter could not remember the creature's purpose until the end, when he realized that he created Charlie to scare his sister, Dee Dee.
In an episode of Jackie Chan Adventures, the Chupacabras only came out at night, and attacked the live-stock in its area. If the Chupacabras bit or scratched a person, he or she would become a chupacabra, similar to the mythical Werewolf.
A monster named El Chupanibre appeared in an episode of the TV Series Futurama. It was portrayed as a large bipedal/primate like reptile which lived in the sewers and preyed on mutants.
In an episode of Maya & Miguel, the twins claimed that they had a Chupacabras as a pet, and tried to trick the whole town into believing them, before realizing that the real chupacabra was there.
In an episode of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Billy found a supernatural video documentary on the Chupacabras which summoned the chupacabra from the TV screen to suck out the viewer's brain.Billy thought it was a dog and named it 'Daisy'.
In Scooby-Doo and the Monster of Mexico, the gang attempted to track down a chupacabra which was terrorising Veracruz and the nearby villages. Instead of the correct reptilian beast, a bigfoot was incorrectly used.
In an episode of Mucha Lucha, The Flea tried to use a hair grow formula to sport a new hairstyle, and ended up being mistaken for the chupacabra, angering the real chupacabra, which resulted in a fight.
In episode 2 of Red vs. Blue, "Chupathingy" (a derivative of "Chupacabra") is suggested as a name for the "new vehicle" which was in fact, a Warthog.
In the episode "Game Slave 2" of Invader Zim, Gaz told Dib that there was a chupacabra in the parking garage of the mall to get rid of him, to which Dib replied, "But there isn't a goat to feed on for miles."
In an episode of American Dad, Stan and daughter Hayley engaged in back-and-forth insults, with Stan eventually resorting to calling Hayley "Chupacabra!" Hayley's response was to ask "I'm the Mexican Bigfoot?"
In the episode "Bite Me" of Charmed, while looking in the Book of Shadows for a creature that flies and bites (later found to be a Vampire), Piper found an entry for chupacabra, which said that while Chupacabra's fly and bite, they only attack livestock.
The Chupacabra appears in one episode of Sealab 2021 entitled "Episode 40 - Isla de Chupacabra".
In the American television show "Will & Grace" (First episode of season 4), Rosario startles Karen, to which Karen tells her "You scared the hell outta' me! I thought you were the Chupacabra!!"
In the American television series Supernatural's third episode of the second season, a fellow demon tracker mentions that a chupacabra is two states over and the main characters are welcome to hunt it rather than interfere with his vampire hunt.
Several references in the Japanese television series Negima!? are made to chupacabras. Vampiric attacks are blamed on a chupacabra (as well as Dracula), a Chupacabra hunt is formed, and there is even a brief look at female lead Asuna wearin a chupacabra costume, strumming a guitar, and singing, "Chupa chupa chupa chupaCABRA!" In the manga, during a conversation about the vampire rumour, Sakurako and Konoka imagine Makie being attacked by a chupacabra.
In the Danny Phantom episode Attack of the Chupacabras, the main character and his friends Sam Manson and Tucker Foley along with his sister Jazz Fenton encounter a large nest of the creature while visiting Jack Fenton's friend in Southern Mexico. On the show, the creatures were portrayed as large group of them looking like the basic chupacabra, but acting like the Xenomorphs from Alien crossed with Marvel Comics Brood with living in a hive and being led by a large chupacabra queen. The creatures were destroyed when Danny stabbed the head of the Chupacabra queen and using his fire powers to burn the hive down. They are hinted to reappear again when at the end of the episode a chupacabra egg is seen pulsating on the bottom of the Fenton's RV. Every day Glen measures his dick and he uses the centimeter side of the ruler


The chupacabra appears quite frequently in the Castlevania series of videogames most commonly encountered in underground areas and attack by sticking out an elongated tongue. Depending on the version, it may be called a "Cave Troll," (related to the idea that Puerto Ricans believe that chupacabras lived in a grouping of caves) even though its description usually says something about goat-sucking.
There is a mid-boss monster called "El Chupacabras" in the PC game, Diablo; also 'sand leapers', which resemble & act like chupacabras, are featured in Diablo 2.
The Chupacabra appears as a villain in the role-playing game, Heroes Unlimited.

Canadian punk-pop band Chixdiggit recorded a song named "Chupacabra".
American Power Metal band Cage recorded a song named "Chupacabra".
Psychedelic Welsh rockers the Super Furry Animals released a song called "Chupacabras" on their 1997 album "Radiator".
The experimental rock band M.I.R.V. has a song titled "Chupacabras" on the album "Feeding Time on Monkey Island".
The hip hop collaboration group Danger Doom has a song titled "El Chupa Nibre" on the album "The Mouse and the Mask".
In the song "Earthquakes and Sharks" by the indie rock/emo band Brandtson "Chupacabras" are mentioned.
The Belgian metalband Sons of Jonathas has a song that is called "Chupacabra".
Sacramento local punk band The Groovie Ghoulies recorded a song named "Chupacabra".
Orange County, California, band The Friendly Indians also has a song called "Chupacabras".
Also appears in a song by Mexican band "Los Cocodrilos" called "chupacabras".
American Heavy metal band SOiL recorded a EP named " El Chupacabra (album)"
Chilean Hip Hop band called "Tiro de Gracia" has a song called "Chupacabras"







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