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Tuesday, September 11, 2012
New Freaky Monday instead on Tuesday for a change! Letter C, Chupacabra. Yea big title.
Hello once again. It's the return of Freaky Friday! Except now its called Freaky Monday. And its being done on a Tuesday because we were too busy yesterday. Yea... Anyway, not sure if all of you remember but I left off at B. Summer Vacation made me completely forget about my blog. So today I'm going to be studying C, and C stands for.. Chupacabra! Yup everyone's favorite hairless vampire dog. Mom has posters of it on her wall :D. Now then, on with the post!
The Chupacabra is a legendary creature found in several places in the Americas.I don't know very much about the chupacabra, but I'll post what I can. It has several descriptions from a hairless dog, a creature resembling Bigfoot (see Scooby-Doo and the wrath of the Chupacabra for more details)and even a weird alien in a flying saucer. What do they all have in common? For one its their name, which means Chupa = to suck and cabra = goat. Goat sucker. Lovely name. And the thing is all of the descriptions have been seen stealing/drinking the blood of livestock, especially goats. I'm personally more familiar with the hairless dog form. Now, there is some debate on whether the hairless dog form in in fact a disease spreading from coyote to coyote, parent to child. That does kinda make sense - except for the fact that its 2 feet tall, has weird back legs, blueish eyes and no hair. Oh, and it runs like a deranged jack rabbit. Could be a coyote. (sarcasme) There is actually a lady in Texas who has seen the creature on her property several times and has even found a dead one and has it mantled on her wall! She claims it looks just like it did when it was alive, except it looks so much alive it could bite your hand off. It has crystal blue eyes, brownish red fur and a body of a midget dog. And don't forget the vampire like teeth.
The chupacabra legend originally started in Mexico some time ago when a man saw the creature sucking from his chicken. Next day, his goats are dead. He then shot the creature the following morning and never saw it again. Since then, sightings have been reported from Mexico to Puerto Rico, Chile to Texas, and Florida to California. Its even been sighted all the way up by Maine! That's insane and probably a hoax if you ask me.
The chances of you confronting a chupacabra somewhere like Montana or The Carolina's are relatively low, but it is definitely a threat if your a farmer and you live out by Mexico. The creature could wind up making you go bankrupt. That is if it doesn't do anything WORSE in the process. Like I said earlier the chupacabra might also have an alien-like form, so you might end up getting abducted while your out feeding your chickens. Either way, don't go outside in Mexico at night.
That just about rounds up my post on the Chupacabra. I got the info from my own memory, www.Wikipedia.org, and www.Google.com. Tune in next week for the letter D! The End.