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Chicken Vampire with Kangaroo Head

Article Summary   by:Naiman     Original Author: internet
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Is it a giant mutant bat or some beast unknown to science? Foreign cryptozoologists insist that evidence has been found to prove the legend of the mysterious vampire that has been terrifying villagers in Mexico, Guatemala, Costa-Rica, Spain, and Portugal for many years already. This time, the mysterious beast played its tricks in Nicaragua. Starting with July 2000, Nicaraguan authorities started receiving information from farmers living in different parts of the country; the farmers complained that sheep and other domestic animals were perishing in a rather strange way throughout the country. Animals were found in their pens with small wounds on their necks; however, they had absolutely no blood in their bodies! Newspapers immediately reported about the legendary beast, which people call Chupakabra (this Spanish word means “the one who drinks goat blood”). It’s necessary to mention that serious scholars don’t believe in Chupakabra’s existence. Although lots of animals have died in strange ways for the past several decades, specialists disregard reports about the strange mass deaths of domestic animals, because each time reports are supplied with very fantastic statements by witnesses. These statements are so fantastic that it may seem that these people went crazy. One of the latest appearances of Chupakabra was registered in Puerto-Rico in 1995. Farmers asked the local authorities to save them from the strange monster. Famous American professor Shellhorn went to Puerto-Rico to find out whether the complaints about some strange beast were true. The scientist found out that, since March 1995, hundreds of cases were registered of Chupakabra attacking domestic animals. People of different professions, doctors, businessmen, farmers, tourists, housewives, and even policemen were witnesses of such attacks. According to their statements, Chupakabra is an unusual being with astonishingly mysterious capabilities.
For instance, Madeline Tolentino said that Chupakabra could fly, disappear, and reappear again. The woman said she had seen the beast appear on a highway right out of thin air. After several days, Madeline’s husband Miguel Agosto, the owner of a garage, saw his friend running across the road and crying: “Chupakabra is flying above the highway!” Both men rushed to the place where the mysterious beast was seen and saw that the beast was motionless in the air. In Miguel’s words, “it instantly disappeared, but it didn’t fly away; it simply vanished!” Those who believe in Chupakabra’s existence say that the truth may not come to light at all. According to one of the numerous hypothesis (supported by biologist Russel Ramires from Chile), Chupakabra is the result of experiments held on bats in a closed American laboratory. It is quite natural that the laboratory doesn’t want the rest of the world to learn about these experiments. The body of a similar beast was already examined in American laboratories several years ago. But after the tests, biologists said that it was the body of a wild dog. After receiving an official response from the scientists, farmers slightly believed that it could be a dog sucking the blood of its victims. What is Chupakabra after all? A giant mutant bat or some beast unknown to science? Is it possible that this goat vampire is just the result of rumors, exaggerations, and perhaps even lies of witnesses? It is believed that results of the investigation of the alleged Chupakabra body in Nicaragua will solve the mystery.
Published: June 04, 2007   
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