On CNN yesterday they ran a story on a Chupacabra sighting in Cuero, Texas. A police officer managed to catch a dog-like animal with a long snout on his security camera.As much as I'd like to believe they've finally nabbed the legendary goat sucker, I'm more inclined to think this creature is a coyote. As is stated in the news report, a similar creature's body was found last year in Cuero--but it was definitely a snouty coyote.Maybe it's just my disappointment speaking. I'd really like the...Read Full Story
After the dessicating corpse of what's now known as the "Montauk Monster " washed up on the shores of Long Island, some people wondered if this creature was perhaps the first physical evidence of the legendary Chupacabra, a creature said to suck the blood out of goats. My vote is no.1. There aren't too many goats in Montauk. Unless you count some of the cabronas hanging in the Hamptons.2. The Chupacabra is totally Latina. First sighted in Puerto Rico in 1995, with later reports of...Read Full Story
The Chupacabra is a creature associated with parts of Central and Latin America. According to legend, the cryptid feeds on the blood of goats, taking its name from that particular activity. Read more about the Chupacabra here.