What is the Chupacabra? Well, legend has it, the Chupacabra is a creature that resides in the Mexican area and sucks
all of the blood out of goats. Commonly called "The Goat Sucker", a 15 man team was established to try to either kill or capture
the creature. It is believed that the Chupacabra has moved onto sucking the blood of other farm animals. In Clearwater, Florida,
goats, chickens, ducks, and geese were all mutilated. Law enforcement officials believe it was a large dog or some other wild
animal. However, locals believe that the Chupacabra had paid them a visit.
One person claims that he saw the Chupacabra and described him as roughly 3 feet and 4 inches tall, spikes running along its
spine, wings, eyes that glow, and long frightening fangs. After that "sighting", between 15 and 20 residents reported the
goat sucking beast. It has been said that if the Chupacabra had been to your land, it would leave a thick sulfur smell behind.
Many mutilations have been reported world-wide. The creature, as yet, has not been caught.
The above information is the property of the Freelance Surviellance Agency
This is a supposed picture of a live Chupacabra, although the PIC Crypto Zoology Dept. believes it is fake.
These are the remains of an animal a farmer in Nicaragua shot one night as it, and another creature, were attacking his
flock. The remains were later checked out and confirmed to be nothing more than a basic canine, but the farmer still holds
to his claim that it could not possibly be a dog. "It was walking on its hind legs and jumping like a kangaroo!" The farmer
resolutely proclaims. "It is what I shot, and I did not shoot any dogs that night."