It has been years since the first report of the Chupacabra came out and the craze and some fear that followed. We have heard it is of alien orgin.
We have heard that it is part kangaroo part hyena. Some say it flies others say it dosent. many claim to have killed it but most tests come back as
some form of coyote. So lets ask the ATS world what do YOU think the chupacabra is? Do you think anyone who claims to have captured or killed it
really did so? Or is the whole myth just that? A MYTH?
an what the heck maybe someone on here has seen it. If so share your experience here.
There was an article in Fortean Times a few months ago that said the first known sighting was by a woman who had just watched the movie Mimic. The
Beastie in the film and the Beastie she described were very similar, so who knows. It certainly made me wonder.
When it was first reported,it was originally a half man half alien creature that sucked its victims dry of blood. Leaving only a small hole as
evidence. With the small hole was no mess,nearly no evidence at all was left that the creature was in the area.
Then years later reports said it was a hairless dog.
I believe that the Chupacabra was at one point a government experiment that managed to escape.
As for the description, I think that it is a reptile like being, with greenish-grey skin, standing about 3' - 4' high, with spines running down its
I don't believe that it can fly, but rather hop great distances.
to me the dog like ones just seem like dogs with a disease, although a show i watched had a vet sayng shes never sen mange or anything like it to the
degree some of these bodies. as for the alein gargoyle like one thats beyond me, weve seen animals that live exclusivly off blood, we dont know of any
with a large amount size, now than also back before humans arrived in purto rico/north america,and south america there were huge aniamls with alot of
blood for a chupacabras to eat, and for something to evolve to attack and get blood from say a mammoth of a ground sloth it would have to be pretty
well built and a chupacabras sounds like something that could be able(with teamwork) to take down large prey, so its not impossible for something like
this, but it still has the slight problem of staying alive between the time human hunters arrived and killed most large animals and the time they
actualy went to farming cows and pigs, which was several thousand years. And that would mean it had a very limited food scource for along time
I think some of the so called Chupacabra sightings are actually that of the canine species Xoloitzcuintli. It is a dog I have seen a few times here in
Mexico. I am from Canada and I have never seen a dog like this before.
I don't believe any of the el Chupacabra specimens that have been found and brought forward are Chupacabra. I'm not saying that I believe 100% in
Chupacabra, but I enjoy entertaining the possibility until empirical evidence is presented against it. Like said above, I thought the Chupacabra
walked on two legs when it first started entering our thoughts. I don't know how it turned into a mangy coyote or dog. If it got a bad case of
mange, my avatar dog could look just like a specimen of Chupacrabra. I rescued an older dog like the one in my avatar years ago, and it had severe
demodectic mange. I wish I had taken some photos of the poor dog, as I suspect I could sell them on online auctions sites as el Chupacabra
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Originally posted by Frankenchrist
I find it funny that about 90% of all of the witnesses are of Latin (hispanic, whatever..) decent.
Even the witnesses in Europe are from Spain.
Well around these parts the vulnerable and marginalised represent a high percentage of total population. They always get #$%# over by the higher
classes no matter what the circumstances are and it seems it all started back in Puerto Rico. Don't know if any of those stories hold some truth
though. I tend to doubt it. But then someone brought the Chupacabra phenomena to Mexico. Here's where it all changed. Who cares about a weird blood
sucking creature? All it mattered was the timing was perfect. So for some time our glorious government and its puppet the media used it to scare the
#!@#& out of all ignorant people. At that time they were able to hide their dirty deeds behind this smoke screen. A very common practice around these
So to sum up, the chupacabra's mexican counterpart does not exist. Just lots of mangy dogs.
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