Mythical 'goat sucker' beast Chupacabra surfaces in Texas

A mythical beast has Texans in a panic this week, as reports that the Chupacabra - which literally means 'goat sucker' - is on the prowl again.

The legendary creature, sometimes called the "Bigfoot of Lation culture," has a vicious reputation. A cross between a dog and a wolf, the chupacabra is said to target livestock, killing animals and ripping them limb from limb.

Though chupacabra sightings have never been confirmed, the myth was alive and well this week when two "strange canine" animals were spotted and killed in Hood County.

A rancher in North Texas told San Antonio station WOAI that he found a dog-like beast when he investigated a growl coming from inside his barn. Looking inside, he said he saw "the ugliest creature he has ever seen."

"All I know is, it wasn't normal," said Animal Control Officer Frank Hackett, who was called to the scene.

"It was ugly, real ugly. I'm not going to tell no lie on that one."

Hackett shot and killed the creature, one of two found in the area in the past week.

DNA testing is being done on the animals to find out just what they're made of.

Past chupacabra sightings terrified South Floridians in 1996, and similar stories were reported in Texas in 2008, reports the Huffington Post.

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Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on February 2, 2012 at 3:31am 1, 2012 3:11 PM

Holy Crap, What Is This Horrifying Monster That Washed Up In San Diego?

That thing you are staring at and trying desperately to understand is a "Chupacabra/Montauk Monster." Or at least that is what the tipster who sent it into Vice called it. It supposedly washed up on a San Diego beach just last week. At approximately two feet in length, it has the face of some sort of tusked boar and makes a weekly appearance in my nightmares. Whether you believe that it is real or not it is up to you to decide, but I am pretty sure that is the most terrible seademon you will see today. And one more for our collection of Montauk Monsters.

As though Poseidon himself sent me one of his most precious and rare creatures for my traffic day.

Comment by nicolas chong on July 21, 2010 at 5:29am
Creature might be from another dimension . Most of the stargates on earth controlled by the illuminati . Creature might escape after openning it .
Comment by Jerry Keith & Linda Lee on July 16, 2010 at 2:37am
If this poor creature was a threat and the armed people were forced to shoot and kill it, then perhaps there was some justification... BUT we think that it was not like that at all. Seems over the centuries human have always reacted with that knee-jerk reaction that is often regretted in the end. This animal is not ugly. It may be different, but does that warrant death? In times like the present, what the heck are we doing? Getting some press to boost a few egos? Certainly not showing any intelligence or compassion. Freaking out over an unusual animal in your barn and then killing it? What kind of behaviour is that? They could have used a tranquilizer dart to capture and do DNA studies, and then release it back into the wild away from 'civilization' (?), so it can live a normal life. It probably wandered into the barn looking for food. Was there a goat in there? For heaven's sakes! Jerry and I are not the most normal humans, does that mean we deserve to die? Sorry for this tirade, we are not members of PETA, but we believe in respect for ALL creatures and that includes four leggeds. This is the type of behaviour that puts the word 'good' into the coming cleansing of our Blessed Mother Earth. How dare we humans cast judgement on one of Her creatures! Pay back will be nasty....
WE appologize for our outburst, but where is the STO in this????
Comment by KM on July 15, 2010 at 11:53pm
Looks like a wild dog?

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