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posted on Aug, 17 2003 @ 11:16 PM
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I for one smileyman agree with you. I do not believe the creature known as El Chupacabra has wings. I do not believe it is an Alien though it may be alien related (genetic testing). I do not believe it is able to repel bullets either. I do however believe that it is alive and well in Puerto Rico. I will have to look further into this Michigan sighting you spoke of.



ID

posted on Aug, 17 2003 @ 11:40 PM
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In Orocovis, farmers found eight sheep completely drained of blood. Each bore puncture wounds. 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. Chickens and cows died nearby soon thereafter of single wounds to the neck, the blood simply gone. In Canovanas, livestock deaths reached into the hundreds. Mayor Jose "Chemo" Soto raised a posse of volunteers and personally hunted every week for the creature for nearly a year, armed with rifles and a caged goat. He failed to catch it. He was, however, re-elected. The animal soon made the leap to the mainland, with 69 chickens, goats and ducks found dead on a Florida lawn, again with their blood drained. Michigan and Oregon suffered subsequent attacks. Then, a rash of bloodsuckings in Mexico created a minor media sensation by late 1996


This therefor confirms the Attacks in both Michigan as well as Oregon. Now I really am worried as this is no longer a far off problem. It is closer then ever and appears do be on the move.

Here is the whole story for all yall die hard Goat sucker fans out there.
www.lorencoleman.com...

Wait a minute! Hold on to your hats sports fans I just found evidence that El Chupacabra may date back to as far as 1956 in Arizona. This could mean that El Chupacabra did not originate in Puerto Rico but right here in our own back yard! Yikes!
SmileyMan I am with you on the shotgun, make mine an automatic drum fed shotgun though.



Stories suggesting Chupacabra activity can be found in newspapers dating back to the 1950s. In fact, the first reported case in North America was in Arizona sometime around 1956. Although incidents have been reported in Arizona, Oregon, Michigan, Illinois, New Jersey, New Mexico, Florida, and parts of Chile, Brazil and Mexico, the majority of activity has occurred in Puerto Rico. A rash of attacks plagued various regions of Puerto Rico in 1995. In Canovanas alone, several hundred livestock fatalities were attributed to the Chupacabra.


And as always here is the full link to that story.
users.aol.com...



posted on Aug, 17 2003 @ 11:59 PM
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I came back expecting what, 2 posts at the most? Instead I get the best part of 10. Anyway, I doubt this bugger has wings, I doubt it can repel bullets and I doubt it's warm blooded. Buy a shotgun, and buy a shotgun fast. Although, I dunno what it's like in the US, but in the UK your license states that you cannot use it within' 25 metres a house (except maybe in self defense, considering I think you can do pretty much anything in self defense provided it was justified). Anyway, what I was gonna say is, even if Chupa doesn't exist, a shotgun is always a useful garden tool


I dunno about sightings of El Chupa in Michigan, but I'm gonna have a bit of a look at it and see if I can find anything, be weird and sorta frightening if it turned out to be true but if one of the theories was right (sry, but I couldn't be bothered to look and see who posted it) about it not being intelligent, then you might not have much to worry about after all. Like whoever said it said, most of the animals and creatures on earth are scared to death of us so maybe the Chup's are too...

Mneh, I dunno, but lets hope so all the same.



posted on Aug, 18 2003 @ 12:03 AM
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I know the shotgun you're thinkin' of ID btw, I just can't remember the bloody name, lol. I'll settle for an MP5, P90 or M4A1 any day tho


Come to think of it a SPAS 12 would be cool...


ID

posted on Aug, 18 2003 @ 12:05 AM
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but if one of the theories was right (sry, but I couldn't be bothered to look and see who posted it) about it not being intelligent, then you might not have much to worry about after all. Like whoever said it said, most of the animals and creatures on earth are scared to death of us so maybe the Chup's are too...

Howdy Robhimself that was I who presented that little theory. As for the self defense aspect I think the authorities would understand you firing off however many rounds you want if you downed one of these bad boys. Then again you had best be sure you hit it or else people will think your crazy. It is times like these that make me glad I don't like I a rural part of the country.



posted on Aug, 18 2003 @ 12:08 AM
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I can just imagine the looks on the neighbours faces as you run into the dark firing buckshot screaming "BLOODY GOAT SUCKERS!!!" lmao


ID

posted on Aug, 19 2003 @ 10:48 AM
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In late May / early June, rumors surfaced that three of the creatures had actually been captured. Reported chiefly by Marcial Campos Maza of the Chile's EFE news service and by Joseph Trainor of UFO Roundup in the U.S. among others, the stories claimed that three of the creatures had been caught in the desert near a mine just north of the town of Calama. In the struggle to capture the Chupacabras, they said, one Chilean soldier had been killed. The Chilean military allegedly would not discuss the matter.

More bizarrely, after the little monsters had been held in an army barracks for several hours, a team of NASA representatives arrived by helicopter from the U.S. (closing the local airport, according to one story) and took them away. How it was assumed that these people were from NASA is unclear, as is where the notion came from that NASA - the U.S. space agency - would have jurisdiction over such a matter, if it were a fact.


I am unsure whether these reports are in fact true. It seems unlikely that they would be able to catch one let alone three of these things. Also they make no mention as to how they captured them. Also why would NASA have jurisdiction?

Here is the link to the full article
paranormal.about.com...



posted on Aug, 19 2003 @ 10:45 PM
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The Spanish speaking channels here in Miami speak of the Chupacabra as a real being. They talk about it on the spanish news shows...telemundo, etc..



posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 01:38 AM
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hey i living right next to oregon(5min.) and i havent heard a dnam thing about this chupacabra...im really insterested in this so if u no which part of the state that would really help me.and btw im goin with the mix between a reptoid alien and a big ass wolf.(liek in the movie "The Brotherhood of the Wolf)if its from arizona thats by nevada and thats area51.....i dont no maybe but it sounds like deserts and forests r quite different inviroments....maybe theres like egyptians ones that live in the deserts and like aztec ones that live in the forests etc.probally not but who no's and i think if u compare the chup des. with that of the jersey devil there really similar.on ats there are poll(s) about the jeresey devil...just a thought..
BIGFOOT


ID

posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 01:02 PM
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.im really insterested in this so if u no which part of the state that would really help me.


I have been combing the web looking for specific locations or maps of the attacks but so far I have turned up nothing. It would be very helpful if anyone could give detailed maps and locations of the attacks suspected of being chupacabra related.

I find it strange that the original location of this creature is so unknown. While some reports say it was here in the united states others say Puerto Rico.



posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 04:15 PM
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Just cruisin' around How Stuff Works dot com... They're everywhere! "How Chupacabras Work" lol



From How Stuff Works:
Although incidents have been reported in Arizona, Oregon, Michigan, Illinois, New Jersey, New Mexico, Florida, and parts of Chile, Brazil and Mexico, the majority of activity has occurred in Puerto Rico.


ID

posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 04:26 PM
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Dang! little b@stards can really move! That is rather unsettling that they are that close and that there have been that many reports.



posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 05:29 PM
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i read how they work, that is a killer site. my firend who is mexican says his uncle in mexico has had chup atacks. i really wanna catch one of these...there kinda like a bigfoot, i mean in that they are seen all over but never caught.
like i said b4 maybe ther are mexican chup's in mexico and maybe american chup's in america...we all kinda started out in the places were form...maybe they did 2, maybve the all the amreicas were doing studies all over the place and decided to lettem lose...who knows



posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 05:34 PM
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It wasn't the chupacabera.

It was this guy.



ID

posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 08:30 PM
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Fury Predator did not kill these animals and here is why. First off he would not go after chickens and goats not enough sport, second there were no cauterized plasma burns. Although the two wounds could have been caused by the arm knives. But no it was not Predator it was something far worse The Goatsucker! However seeing the two of them battle it out....wow that would rule.



posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 08:41 PM
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Originally posted by ID
I have been combing the web looking for specific locations or maps of the attacks but so far I have turned up nothing. It would be very helpful if anyone could give detailed maps and locations of the attacks suspected of being chupacabra related.

www.elchupacabra.com...
paranormal.about.com...
www.straightdope.com...
www.gettysburgghosts.net...
cryptozoo.monstrous.com...

Hope some of these links are helpful, seems a majority of the sightings are in PR, but there have certainly been plenty more all over the world.




posted on Aug, 20 2003 @ 08:45 PM
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Originally posted by Fury
It wasn't the chupacabera.

It was this guy.

Fury, do you ever plan on contributing to any discussions or you gonna just keep posting silly pics?



posted on Aug, 21 2003 @ 12:32 AM
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In Referance to ProudAmerican's first link posted above.

They named it "Douchey" because "it was so annoying"! Wow...what a name! That's friggin' hilarious!


Did they ever follow up on that post?



posted on Aug, 21 2003 @ 01:29 AM
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Not sure how to spell this but... what if its like a 3 foot centipede.... cause they have little feet... they might like parilyze it with some sort of venom or something... maybe some sort of sonic howl...( wild guess ) But also maybe a Tick of sorts... cause there are many variations of ticks... and they do suck blood... but if this is like a 1 foot tick it would make short work of a dog because those millimeter guys can suck up to size of a nickle... And ticks can jump super far.... I duno if centipedes can jump thats just a scary thought that came to mind....



posted on Aug, 21 2003 @ 01:54 AM
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Has anyone seen '''jeepers creepers''?
Does this ' Chupacabra' look like this Demon like creature in the film 'Jeepers Creepers''.....

I dont know much about this, but from what i do know, it is similar to alien and demon like character.....
helen.





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