THE ANCIENT MYTH OF CHUPACABRA
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Chupacabra : The Goat Sucker.
The chupacabra is a popular urban legend in mostly the
Spanish speaking regions of the Latin, North and South Americas.
Chupacabra means 'goat sucker' in the Spanish
language. It is a vampire like being that is said to kill poultry and suck the
blood from domestic animals such as sheep, goats, cows and even dogs and cats.
The usual description is of a small, heavy set, bear
sized creature with leather like greenish, scaly skin and spines running down
it's back and tail area. Descriptions also usually include details of large
sometimes even glowing eyes, pronounced fang like canines, quills down it's
back, a forked tongue, a shrieking screeching kind of sound emanating when the
creature is piqued and sharp talons.
It is also sometimes believed to be an alien
creature and not merely supernatural.
Chupacabra killings were first reported in Puerto
Rico in 1995 and then as far across as Mexico, Chile, Maine and various regions
of the United States of America and Latin America.
The Chupacabra victims are found drained of blood
and with circular incisions, presumably tooth marks on their body from where the
blood was sucked out.
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